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K409-3/1 Radio receiver, part of collection, Superheterodyne Receiver Type I-C6770, Serial No. 2240, metal / electronic components, Amalgamated Wireless Australiasia Ltd (AWA), Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, c. 1940. Click to enlarge.

Radio receiver, part of collection, Superheterodyne Receiver Type I-C6770, Serial No. 2240, metal / electronic components, Amalgamated Wireless Australiasia Ltd (AWA), Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, c. 1940

Made
  • c 1940
Radio receiver, AWA superheterodyne receiver type I-C6770, serial no.2240, c.1940

Summary

Object No.

K409-3/1

Object Statement

Radio receiver, part of collection, Superheterodyne Receiver Type I-C6770, Serial No. 2240, metal / electronic components, Amalgamated Wireless Australiasia Ltd (AWA), Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, c. 1940

Physical Description

Radio receiver, AWA superheterodyne receiver type I-C6770, serial no.2240, c.1940

Dimensions

Height

270 mm

Width

420 mm

Depth

320 mm

Production

Made

  • c 1940

Cite this Object

Harvard

Radio receiver, part of collection, Superheterodyne Receiver Type I-C6770, Serial No. 2240, metal / electronic components, Amalgamated Wireless Australiasia Ltd (AWA), Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, c. 1940 2020, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 26 September 2020, <https://ma.as/262106>

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