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Walter Ashe Radio Company
July 1955 Radio & Television News

July 1955 Radio & TV News
July 1955 Radio & Television News Cover - RF Cafe[Table of Contents]

Wax nostalgic about and learn from the history of early electronics. See articles from Radio & Television News, published 1919-1959. All copyrights hereby acknowledged.

The Walter Ashe Radio Company, featured in this 1955 issue of Radio & Television News magazine, was a British radio manufacturer that operated from the 1920s to the 1950s. The company was founded by Walter Ashe, who was an engineer and inventor. In the early days, the company produced crystal radios, which were simple radios that used a piece of crystal to detect radio waves. However, the company quickly expanded its product range to include valve radios, which were more advanced and offered better sound quality. During World War II, the company produced radios for the British armed forces, including the famous "Gibson Girl" portable radio, which was used by soldiers in the field. After the war, the company continued to produce radios for the civilian market, including the popular "Waverley" series of radios. In the 1950s, the company began to face increasing competition from foreign manufacturers, and it struggled to keep up with the rapidly changing technology in the radio industry. In 1958, the company was acquired by Ultra Radio and Television, and it eventually ceased production. Despite its relatively short lifespan, the Walter Ashe Radio Company played an important role in the history of British radio manufacturing. The company's radios were well-regarded for their quality and performance, and they helped to popularize radio as a form of entertainment in the early 20th century. Today, vintage Walter Ashe radios are sought after by collectors and enthusiasts.

Walter Ashe Radio Company

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Trade-ins are not always what they seem, either. That's why it will pay you, as it has thousands of others, to rely on the one and only "Surprise" trade-in policy popularized by Walter Ashe. For real satisfaction and money saving trade used (factory-built) test or communication equipment today. Wire, write, phone or use the handy coupon.

Gonset "Super 6" Converter.

Model 3030-6. For 6 VDC.

Net $52.50.

Model 3030-12. For 12 VDC.

Net $52.50.

Elmac Mobile Receiver.

Dual conversion, 10 tubes, less power supply.

Model PMR-6A. For 6 volts.

Net $134.50.

Model PMR-12A. For 12 volts.

Net $134.50.

Elmac AF-67 Transciter.

Net $177.00.

Carter Genemotors, "B"  power for mobile transmitters.

Model        Input VDC                  Output VDC                        Net

 450AS        6 @ 29 A.             400 @ 250 MA                   $50.70

520AS        6 @ 28 A.             500 @ 200 MA                      51.46

 624VS        6 @ 46 A.             600 @ 240 MA                      52.32

 450BS        12 @ 13Y2 A.       400 @ 250 MA                      51.46

 520BS        12 @ 14 A.           500 @ 200 MA                      52.19

Ecco 10 Meter Trans-Receiver

Designed for spot frequency use for emergency, CD, and net operation. Completely self-contained including batteries. Transmitter uses 20 meter crystals. Fixed frequency receiver has regenerative circuit. Base loaded 36" antenna. Carbon mike input. 1/2 watt input to final. With 5 tubes. Less mike, headphones, crystal, and batteries.

Model HT-2. Net $74.50.

Z-3 crystal (specify frequency)

Net $3.87.

Batteries (2-M30 "B", 1-2F "A")

Net $4.76.

All prices f. o. b. St. Louis • Phone CHestnut 1-1125

Free Catalog!

 Walter Ashe Radio Company                                                                          R-7-55

1125 Pine Street, Sf. Louis 1, Missouri

 _ Rush "Surprise" Trade-In Offer on my ______________________________________

for_______________________________________________

(show make and model number of new equipment desired)

_ Rush copy of latest Catalog.

Name ______________________________________________________________

Address ______________________________________________________________

City _______________________________________ Zone __ State _____________

 

 

Posted March 14, 2023

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