essentially a paper company from the time it was founded around 1919
until about 1930.
RCA built nothing, rather the entire RCA "Radiola
Line" were all built by other companies such as General Electric,
Westinghouse, Wireless Specialties and other companies. Not until
around 1930-31 did RCA have it's own manufacturing facilities when
the "Victor" company was purchase and incorporated as RCA-Victor.
For more detailed and accurate
information, I refer you to Eric Wenass's fabulous book
"The Golden Age Of
RCA" available from
Other brands that used the same
electronics as the Radiola models:
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