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Fidelity Radio

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Rad 15.
Model HF4.
October 1961.

Fidelity Radio Ltd, 11 Blechynden Street, London, W11 (in 1947 and 1964). The “Trader” 1964 yearbook also lists: Mersey Works, Mersey Street, London, W10 and Archdale Works, Belchynden Street, London, W11.

In 1967/68, at Olaf Street, London, W11 (factory).

Fidelity Radio Limited, Victoria Road, London NW10 6ND (final location).

Radio manufacturer

1946 The business was founded by Jack Dickman

1982 Dickman remained in charge until his death when his 3 sons took over.

1984 Acquired by Caparo Industries[1]

1988 The business was closed by Caparo which found it could not stem the losses, partly due to the high value of the pound[2]

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. The Times Apr. 10, 1986
  2. The Times May 6, 1988