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K60 Amplifier, public address 'Raycophone' amplifier, for motion picture theatre, designed and manufactured by Raycophone, Sydney, Australia, 1929 - 1935. Click to enlarge.

Raycophone amplifier

Made by Raycophone Ltd in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1929-35.

Amplifier, public address ‘Raycophone’ amplifier, for motion picture theatre, designed and manufactured by Raycophone, Sydney, Australia, 1929 - 1935

Summary

Object No.

K60

Object Statement

Amplifier, public address 'Raycophone' amplifier, for motion picture theatre, designed and manufactured by Raycophone, Sydney, Australia, 1929 - 1935

Physical Description

Amplifier, public address 'Raycophone' amplifier, for motion picture theatre, designed and manufactured by Raycophone, Sydney, Australia, 1929 - 1935

Dimensions

Height

220 mm

Width

660 mm

Depth

410 mm

Production

Notes

Designed and manufactured in Australia around the early 1930s. See Brazier, Jan. "Raymond (Ray) Cottam Allsop (1898-1972)" in Australian Dictionary of Biography, vol. 13 pp.38-39.

Made

Raycophone Ltd 1929-35

Source

Credit Line

Gift of A W B Burns, 1976

Acquisition Date

30 March 1976

Cite this Object

Harvard

Raycophone amplifier 2018, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 18 January 2019, <https://ma.as/263000>

Wikipedia

{{cite web |url=https://ma.as/263000 |title=Raycophone amplifier |author=Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences |access-date=18 January 2019 |publisher=Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, Australia}}

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