Philips Radio - Old Antique Models -1920-30-40-ties

Philips Old Antique Radioes

Philips Type 2531
1930 Model ( 1930 - 1932)
AM 2 Band Tube Radio - LW - MW
Bakelite Casing - Cabinet with Metal Chassis - Serial No. 61569N 
Philips Bakelite Loudspeaker
"Sevenette" - "Septagonal" - Speaker - Great 1930'ties Design!
1929 Model (Introduced in 1929) Serial No. 20543
Tom's Radiocollection TRC-1003/1003H www.Tomania1953.com

Cathedral Radio Philips Type 930 A

1931 - 1932 Model

No. 28.307N 103 - 253 V AC 19 W 40-100 Hz (N)

Philips Radioes in Great Bakelite Design

Philips 215A 1938 Model Bakelite Tube Radio

Philips Type 2534 1929 Model

Metal Cased Cabinet

Tom's Radiocollection TRC-1007 

Philips Radio

2501 Model 1927

(1927-28-29) NL -D - Norge

N.S.F. Hilversum

+ Power 2503/372  + Original Boxes

PHILIPS

2501 Model 1927

Loudspeaker Philips Type 2007 - Introduced in 1926

Design: Louis Kalff - Art Deco bakelite speaker for Philips

2501 Model 1927

PHILIPS

2501 Model 1927

Philips

2514

 

3 Band AM Tube Radio

1928 - 29

Band 1. 1000 - 2000 m Band 2. 300 - 600 m Band 3. 200 - 400 m

With built-in power supply

# To separate 2501 and 2514 - Check Size & Power Supply #

The 2514 with built-in power is 6 cm broader than the 2501

Size: 2514 : 37x19x13 cm - Weight 8,1 Kg.

# Tom's Radiocollection - No. TRC-1004 #

Nick-names:

"Roggebrodje" NL - "Palladin" D - "Rugbrødet" D/N

Philips

Type 2517 - Model 1929

Serial No. 11296

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Philips

Philips Type 2534

 1929 - 1932

Painted Metal Case

# Ref. Tom's Radiocollection TRC-1007

Serial no. 471.350

Tubes: Philips 506, E442, B443, E424

U503 - AS4120 Tungsram Barium Tube!

Philips

Cathedral Radio
Philips Type 930 A
1931 - 1932 Model
No. 28.307N
103 - 253 V AC 19 W 40-100 Hz (N)

Model 934 A Cathedral Radio

1932-33

 Gothik Arch Model - Table Radio

- Gotisk Formet Top -

Også på norsk folkemunne kalt: "Strykejernet" p.g.a. av sin særegne form!

Also referred to as: The Iron (Flat-Iron) - La Plancha - ref. to the shape!

Kjært barn har mange navn!

Cathedral Radio

Chapel Radio

The Chapel Radio

Capilla

"Capilla" in Spanish (From Chapel = Capilla) or also Jambon = Skinke

Then in Dutch (NL) and Deutsch (D) Schinken

Bakelite Model

Bakelite Radioes

The Chapel Radio

In the beginning there were light bulbs. Then came radios, which rapidly became one of Philips' best-selling products in the first half of the 20th century. By 1929 they had led Philips to double its workforce. The Chapel Radio, launched in 1938, was a first of its kind. Where previous designs were boxy and impersonal, the Chapel was shapely and incorporated the striking stars and lines logo, making it unmistakably Philips. Stefano Marzano, the current CEO and chief creative director of Philips Design, recently picked this as his favorite iconic product.

Behind Philips' "High Design"

Great Philips History link:

http://www.whathifi.com/blog/is-philips-flogging-off-the-family-silver-no-its-just-going-back-to-where-they-started

The Cathedral Table Model

Model 934 A Cathedral Radio

1932-33

Gothik Arch Model - Table Radio

- Gotisk Formet Top -

Philips

Philips 940A-15

Bakelite 1935 Model

- Serie nr. 17841 - 218-231 V -

Avg. 1,00 - Norske Radiopatenter (N)

Philips 638A 

Philips Type 638 A Super Inductance 1934

Tube Radio Serie No. C 139.902 Power 103 - 240 V AC 40/100 Hz

# Ref. No. Tom's Radiocollection - TRC-1011

 

Philips

Octode Super 525 A

1935 -36

(OBS! Ikke originalfarve - Denne er malt!)

Philips

Model 695 A - 32 Rondo

1936

Topp 1930-talls Design med utvippbart panel i brun bakelitt!

Philips

Type 753 AX-32

1938-39

Merket: Norske Radiopatenter

# Ref. TRC-1017 Tom's Radiocollection

Donation to Tom's Radiocollection from NN/TBG - Thanks!

Philips

PHILIPS Type 656U


1945 Bakelite Model
Made in Holland
Importe de Hollande
Serial no. E 9771 E01 - P. 51 W 
Sold in Sweden
Tom's Radiocollection - TRC-PH-NL - www.Tomania1953.com

 

 

"Aero 2" - Type - BX 462 A

Bakelite Model 1946-47

Nypris: NKr. 477,00 Avg. 40,00

Philips

 

"Aero 3" - Type - BX 560 A

Bakelite Model - 1946

Nypris: NKr. 670,00 Avg. 55,00

Philips

 

  "Aero 4" - Type - BX 660 X

Model 1947-48

Nypris: NKr. 984,00 Avg. 85,00

Made in Holland - Importe de Hollande (N) - (D)

Philips

 

Typ BS 592 A

(S) Sold in Sweden

Philips Radio Instruments

GM 2304

Classic Model Signal Generator

Lyd Generator - LF Generator GM 2304 110-145 VAC 40-100 Hz 50 W

Type 2007

Wiki Info - Net info

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Philips_Design

The agency's history can be traced back to the mid-1920s, when Louis Kalff established the Advertising Section of Philips, under the patronage of Anton Philips, one of the company's founders. In the 1960s, Philips Board of Management established the Industrial Design Bureau, headed by Rein Veersema. In 1969, the competence center was renamed the Concern Industrial Design Centre (CIDC), led by Norwegian Knut Yran.

File:Philips 2007.jpg

Type 2007. Introduced in 1926 by Philips. A bakelite louspeaker on an iron foot with moving coil and stationary magnetic field. Besides a loudspeaker it was mented to be an object of art too. It has a triple lead, the plug contains a switch to select different impedances. The electro-magnetic system and paper cone are between the two disks. Diameter of the bigger disk is 45 cm. More than 240,000 were produced, in various colors: purple, pink, red or green were also possible. There are no 2 similar speakers, they all have different cloudy patterns, due to being hand-made.

 

 

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