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The above version of the "Peter Pan" radio
by Jackson bell is one of several models made for
the Jackson Bell company by the Gilfillan bothers Radio
works in southern California, (Los Angeles area).
Gilfillan was one of the largest
manufacturers of radios during the 1920's - '40's and the company
today still exist as a division of ITT. During the 1930's Gilfillan
made radios for many companies under numerous brand names, possibly
hundreds including department store brands in the LA area.
Cabinet: Walnut & other veneers
Tuning type: capacitance, Super-Het
Power transformer: yes
No. of tubes: 4
Frequency coverage: AM, standard broadcast
Antenna requirements: long-wire
Measurements (approx): 11 x 9 x 7"