Radio made by Stromberg-Carlson

Made by Stromberg-Carlson Telephone Manufacturing Co in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1946.

The Stromberg-Carlson is a fine example of an Australian designed and manufactured radio from the early post war period. Many manufacturers were reducing the size and increasing the performance from their radio designs at this time.

Summary

2007/17/7
Radio receiver, Stromberg-Carlson 5A26 mantle, Bakelite / glass / electronic components / fabric, designed and made by Stromberg-Carlson, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1946

Mottled brown Bakelite radio with curved shape, two speakers with five bar speaker grilles. Left-to-right frequency dial at top with frequencies printed in red and white, knight's head logo at left end. Knight's head badge and two control knobs in centre between speakers. Additional knob on left end of body. 'Stromberg-Carlson' printed on blue line on frequency dial. Maker's name and model on back.

Dimensions

215 mm
360 mm
170 mm

Production

Designed and manufactured by Stromberg-Carlson, 1946.
Stromberg-Carlson Telephone Manufacturing Co 1946

History

This radio was collected between the late 1940s and the late 1960s when the donor was an active radio electronic engineer operating a business from home building and repairing radios. The donor accumulated a collection of radios, valves, radio journals and assorted electrical engineering material over a lifetime.
1940 - 1969

Source

Gift of David W Hain, 2007
15 February, 2007

Cite this Object

Radio made by Stromberg-Carlson 2014, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 17 November 2017, <https://ma.as/362295>
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