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Marconi Scientific Instrument Co

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February 1922.

of 40 Dean Street, London

1922 Advertised as maker of inexpensive home receivers using Marconi's patents[1]

1922 Change in timing of weekly broadcast of concert programme from Writtle, Essex[2]

1924 The Marconi stand at the Palace of Engineering represented Marconi's Wireless Telegraph Co, Marconi International Marine Communication Co, Marconiphone Co, Marconi Scientific Instrument Co[3]

After this the activities of the company were probably absorbed by the Marconiphone Co[4]

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. The Times, May 05, 1922
  2. The Times, Jun 03, 1922
  3. The Times, May 24, 1924
  4. Museum of History of Science [1]