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Mego D4

Mego D4; Meerding & Goedhart, (ID = 255230) Radio
Mego D4; Meerding & Goedhart, (ID = 255163) Radio
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Mego D4; Meerding & Goedhart, (ID = 255163) Radio
Meerding & Goedhart,: Mego D4 [Radio] ID = 255163 493x373
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For model Mego D4, Meerding & Goedhart, Helmond
Country:  Netherlands
Manufacturer / Brand:  Meerding & Goedhart, Helmond
Year: 1927 Category: Broadcast Receiver - or past WW2 Tuner
Valves / Tubes 4: A442 A415 B406 B403
Main principle TRF with regeneration; 2 AF stage(s)
Tuned circuits 2 AM circuit(s)
Wave bands Broadcast (MW) and Long Wave.
Power type and voltage Storage and/or dry batteries
Loudspeaker - This model requires external speaker(s).
Power out
from Model: Mego D4 - Meerding & Goedhart, Helmond
Material Wooden case
Shape Tablemodel, Box - most often with Lid (NOT slant panel).

Philips tubes and transformers, box available in oak, walnut or mahogany.

In 1928 a new version with three wave bands was introduced.

Price in first year of sale 200.00 Dfl

Model page created by John Hupse. See "Data change" for further contributors.

All listed radios etc. from Meerding & Goedhart, Helmond
Here you find 9 models, 2 with images and 2 with schematics for wireless sets etc. In French: TSF for Télégraphie sans fil.


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Meerding & Goedhart,: Mego D4
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meerding: Origin of Rolite Works
Gidi Verheijen

A Dutch collector has a Mego D4 from 1927 in his collection. This model is equipped with an ebonite front plate. At the back of this plate a  text and logo are visible.

(Picture: Frans Donkers)

We can see the words "Rolite Works", "WARA" and the year "1925". Further a kind of logo with two bells is visible.

There is also a Dutch text visible "WETTIG GEDEPONEERD", which means "Legally registered".

Who knows the origin of what looks like the name of a company, "Rolite Works" ? (The USA company "Rolite Manufacturing" wrote me not to be the manufacturer.)
Who knows the origin of the logo with the two bells ?

Thanks for your help.

Gidi Verheijen

Gidi Verheijen

Sometimes the solution of a problem can be found in your own backyard. This is the case for the sheet of ebonite with the text "Rolite Works", "WARA" and the year 1925.

The word "Rolite" appears to be "Rulite" and it is a product sold by W.A. Ruder in Amsterdam, which also explains the word WARA. See the advertisement in the Dutch magazine "Radio Nieuws" of October 1925.

Meerding & Goedhart,: Mego D4
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