Speaker, Radiola 104 Speaker; Radio Corporation of America (RCA); 1925; Unknown

Name/Title

Speaker, Radiola 104 Speaker

About this object

This is a 1925 Radiola 104 Speaker specifically made by RCA (Radio Corporation of America) to attaches to a RCA Radiola 20. This style was the first electro-dynamic cone loudspeaker developed by General Electric engineers Chester W Rice and Edward W Kellogg.

Maker

Radio Corporation of America (RCA)

Maker Role

Manufacturer

Date Made

1925

Period

1920s

Place Made

North and Central America, United States

Medium and Materials

organic, processed material, vegetal, wood
organic, processed material, vegetal, fibre, fabric?
inorganic, processed material, metal, silver metal?

Measurements

h 104 mm x w 550 mm x d 350 mm

Subject and Association Keywords

Communication (including Diaries and Letters)

Object Type

equipment

Object number

Unknown

Copyright Licence  

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