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**CANADIAN Antique Radios**

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Addison Radio Industries

Addison model 5 series

Addison Radio model 5D Courthouse red catalin cabinet, 1946 Addison Radio model 5E Courthhouse black catalin cabinet, 1946
Addison Model 5D and 5E, AM and Shortwave,
available in various catalin color combinations, 1946.
Schematic , Alignment , Dial String Diagram


Addison model 2 series
Addison Radio model 2 waterfall design, black white marbled Addison Radio model L2 waterfall design, green plaskon cabinet with white trim

Addison Radio model 2 waterfall design, white plaskon cabinet with maroon trim Addison Radio model 2 waterfall design, maroon cabinet with white trim

Addison Radio model 2 waterfall design, catalin Addison Radio model 2 waterfall design, catalin


No one will argue that the Addison 2 series is one of greatest vintage radio designs.
It is often referred to as the "Small" or "Waterfall" Addison for the speaker grille design.
The cabinet and contrasting dial with matching pinwheel knobs and
wrap-around bumper trim pieces are all perfectly proportioned and eye pleasing.
It is a fairly small radio measuring 6 by 10.5 by 5 inches.
Addison offered many color combinations using various materials for the model 2 series;
Catalin, Plaskon, Beetle, Bakelite and enameled (painted) cabinets.
Model numbers for this design include
2A, 2B, 2C, 2E, 2F, A2A, A2B, A2C, B2A, B2B, B2C, B2F, L2, L2F, 52, and 19.
Click on the radios above for much more information and schematics.


Crosley

Canadian Crosley Radio model G1465 butterscotch catalin cabinet, tortoise shell split grille

Made in 1946 by Moffats Ltd in Weston, Ontario for the Canadian branch of Crosley.
(schematics)


General Electric

Canadian General Electric Radio model C400, blue-green plaskon cabinet

Model C400, in mottled robin-egg blue beetle. A midget set that was made in various colors.
The US General Electric model GD-500 is nearly identical, only the volume and tuning knob were different and it did not have the small hood above the tuning dial.
(schematics)

Canadian General Electric Radio red, green, black bakelite vacuum tube ash tray Canadian General Electric Radio black, white marbled beetle vacuum tube ash tray Canadian General Electric Radio red, green, black speckled bakelite vacuum tube ash tray

Advertising ashtrays put out by Canada General Electric for Radiotron tubes (the base of the tubes say, "Made in Canada").
Red/green/black bakelite, marbled white/black, and spotted bakelite.


Northern Electric

Northern Electric Radio model 5000 Baby Champ, red, blue and green hammertone finish, 1947

The model 5000 "Baby Champ" is referred to among collectors as the "Rainbow". It was made in Canada in 1947.
The cabinets had an attractive metallic shimmer from the variety of hammertone enamel finishes that were available
including red, blue, green and red gold. White and unpainted brown cabinets were also options.
There were a couple of 3-knob versions; a 2 band AM/Shortwave version and also an AM set with a third knob for tone control.
There were a couple different dial and dial pointer designs.
Check out these 1947 advertisements
(schematics)


Northern Electric

Northern Electric Radio model 414, wood cabinet, 1936

Model 414, 1936.
(schematics)


Phonola - Dominion Electrohome

Phonola Dominion Electrohome Radio model 8A63X wood radio, magic eye tuning tube, pushbuttons

Model 8A63X(?).


Rogers

Rogers Radio model Ten-51 wood tombstone style radio, 1935

Model Ten-51, 1935
(schematics)


Sparton

Canadian Sparton Radio model 5040 mini bakelite cabinet with marbled split grille, 1939

Model 5040, a midget radio with a marbled tenite "Split grill" and matching knobs. Made by Sparton of Canada, Ltd., London, Ontario, 1939.
(schematics)


Sparton

Canadian Sparton Radio model 154B Bluebird, round blue mirror with chrome accent design, 1936

1936 Sparton "Bluebird" 154B
(schematics)


Westinghouse

Canadian Westinghouse model B-428-A wood battery set

Westinghouse B-428-A








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