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 Return to top of page · Post #: 1 · Written at 9:37:27 PM on 9 July 2011.
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 Location: Maclean, NSW
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Looking around the Web I found the only mention of the Philips Model 101 bakelite radio.
On this link: http://www.radiomuseum.org/r/philipsaus_101cz.html it mentions these models:

Philips Model 101AZ
Philips Model 101BZ
Philips Model 101CZ all from 1948.

The one pictured on the radiomuseum site is different to mine. Mine has multiple grill bars where the speaker is, this one has only one. Mine is Philips Model 101 S (the S is in red paint.

Out of the 956 members here does anyone has one of these radios, are they a rarer model?

Does anyone has a dial cord re-string guide.

I am after three knobs like the one below, approx 30mm dia.

Philips knobPhilips knobPhilips Radioplayer
This is my radio, a Model 101 with a red S after it.??
Philips chassis labelPhilips Radioplayer

This is off the Web, a model 101CZ, notice the difference in the speaker grill.
There is also a model 101AZ and Model 101BZ.
Information wanted on this model, advertisements, promotional stuff etc
My father told me that this one one of the first Philips models in Australia after WW2.

Peter


 
 Return to top of page · Post #: 2 · Written at 4:45:42 AM on 10 July 2011.
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