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1921-1931

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The original Radiola models  were all made between 1921 and 1931. During those years "The Radio Corporation" (as it was then known) had no manufacturing faculties, all Radiola models were made by companies like GE, Westinghouse, Graybar, Brunswick and a few others ... more.

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< Radiola, The Golden Age of RCA
by Eric P.Wenass

 
 

< The Aeriola Family

 < Aeriola Grand and
Radiola Grand

< Aeriola Sr.. 
< Radiola AR-812 Super-Heterodyne  < Radiola Sr

 < Radiola Special  

 < Radiola I (ER-753A, early version)

 < Radiola I (version II)

 < Radiola II

 < Radiola III Family

  < Radiola IV

 < Radiola V

  < Radiola VI

 < Radiola VII

  < Radiola VIIB

 < Radiola Super VIII console  

  < Radiola X (10)

 < Radiola 16

  < Radiola 17

 < Radiola 18

  < Radiola 20

  < Radiola 21  <Radiola 24
 < Radiola 25

  < Radiola 26

  < Radiola 28

  < Radiola 30

 < Radiola 30A

  < Radiola 32

 < Radiola 33  

  < Radiola 41

  < Radiola 44

 < Radiola 46

 < Radiola 47   < Radiola 48

 < Radiola 50   < Radiola 51

 < Radiola 60   < Radiola 62

 < Radiola 64   < Radiola 66

 < Radiola 67   < Radiola 80

 < Radiola 82

  < Radiola 86

Other RCA Products (Westinghouse, GE etc.)

 <GE AR-1300 & AA-1400 

 < Perikon Detector (used in several Radiola & Aeriola models)

 < Radiola AC

 < Radiola Sr.

 < Radiola RS

 < Radiola AA-485 Concert Amplifier

 < Radiola Regenoflex

 < Radiola Grand

 < Westinghouse RC

 < Radiola Balanced Amp

 <Theremin, AR-1264

   

RCA-Radiola Speakers:

 < Radiola 100

 < Radiola 100A

 < Radiola 100B

 < Radiola 103
< Radiola 104 

 < Radiola 106

 < Radiola UZ 1320

 < Radiola UZ 1325  
< RCA FH, Early RCA's Horn Speaker (by Westinghouse)    

Early RCA Victor Consoles:

 < RAE-26

 < RAE-79

 < RE-45

 < RE7

Click here for Radiola release dates and production numbers (1921-1931)

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More on "Radiola" , RCA, RCA Victor and Victor Radio

RCA also offered radios without a "Radiola" model as well as other brand names, such as the well known  model "RC", made by Westinghouse.

RCA first started building radios with the RCA or RCA Victor name after the :"corporation purchased of the "Victor" Co. (well known for the Victrola brand of phonographs) in Camden New Jersey.

Occasionally a Radiola model would appear in the RCA line after 1931 until the late '40s. These were generally models from RCA's regular line-up with "Radiola" applied to the radio and offered during a special promotion celebrating a milestone event or anniversary.

For more historic and accurate, detailed and historic info about this American iconic company, the terrific Book:
"Radiola the Golden Age of RCA' is the ultimate book for any serious radio collector, restorer or historian and in my opinion a Must Have book.

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