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Halcyon Wireless Co

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1929. British Industries Fair catalogue.

of Canberra House, 313-319 Regent Street, London, W1. Telephone: Langham 3996-7-8. Cables: Halcyon, Wesdo, London".

1929 Advert for 5-valve Portable Wireless Receivers. Also as manufacturers of "De Luxe", Lightweight (Suit-case) and Cabinet Models. (Wireless Section - Stand No. MM.66) [1]

1934 Merchant H. C. Rawson was interested in Halcyon Radio Co which had recently introduced a new model and was also interested in television. John Ismay and Sons acquired a large interest in Rawsons.[2]

1935 Halcyon Radio, of Sterling Works, Dagenham was part of Ismay Industries.[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1929 British Industries Fair Advert 236 and p73
  2. The Times, Jun 15, 1934
  3. The Times, Jul 03, 1935