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Waltham

Waltham 28
28


Walton

Walton Wal-Tone
Wal-Tone


Ware

Ware B-1 Bantam
B-1 Bantam  (1931)
Ware T
T
Ware Troubador
Troubador
Ware WE5M4
WE5M4  (1928)


Warwick

Warwick 604
604
Warwick 604
604  (1939)
Warwick C-104
C-104


Watterson

Watterson 478
478  (1947)
Watterson 511A
511A
Watterson 527
527  (1956)
Watterson 4580
4580
Watterson 4581
4581  (1946)
Watterson 4581
4581
Watterson 4581
4581
Watterson 4790
4790  (1947)


Webcor

Webcor BT1755-1A
BT1755-1A
Webcor E333-15 Musicale
E333-15 Musicale
Webcor EC-1071-1
EC-1071-1  (1953)
Webcor Musicale 1862P1
Musicale 1862P1


Webster

Webster 80
80  (1947)
Webster 130
130


Weimar

Weimar 5340C
5340C


Wells-Gardner

Wells-Gardner 5A-25-S
5A-25-S  (1939)
Wells-Gardner 5F
5F
Wells-Gardner 6A44
6A44  (1941)
Wells-Gardner 7D
7D  (1936)
Wells-Gardner 7D
7D  (1936)
Wells-Gardner 7LL673
7LL673
Wells-Gardner 9A
9A  (1934)
Wells-Gardner A11
A11  (1938)
Wells-Gardner BC-348-Q
BC-348-Q


Westclox

Westclox Clock Transistor Radio
Clock Transistor Radio


Western Air Patrol

These radios were made for Western Auto by various manufacturers (Gilfillan etc) prior to their adopting the Truetone brand name. Specifically for Western Auto stores located in California under the direction of George Pepperdine, who founded Western Auto originally in Kansas City. For health reasons, Pepperdine left his Kansas City store and eventually opened stores in California. These Western Air Patrol radios were long thought as "orphans" because of sketchy documentation, but they are indeed as much a part of Western Auto history as their Truetone name. And yes, Pepperdine went on to found Pepperdine University in California.

Western Air Patrol 4G2T
4G2T  (1935)
Western Air Patrol 4G2T
4G2T  (1935)
Western Air Patrol 5 Tube Super
5 Tube Super  (1935)
Western Air Patrol 6-MT3
6-MT3  (1936)
Western Air Patrol 7Q
7Q
Western Air Patrol 17
17  (1935)
Western Air Patrol 28
28  (1933)
Western Air Patrol 28
28  (1932)
Western Air Patrol 56-6396
56-6396
Western Air Patrol 66
66  (1938)
Western Air Patrol 76
76
Western Air Patrol 80
80  (1929)
Western Air Patrol 257
257  (1938)
Western Air Patrol 263
263  (1935)
Western Air Patrol 268
268
Western Air Patrol 487
487  (1940)
Western Air Patrol 829-49976
829-49976
Western Air Patrol 1139
1139


Western Auto

Western Auto 268
268  (1939)


Western Electric

Western Electric 7-A
7-A
Western Electric 10-D Horn Speaker
10-D Horn Speaker  (1921)
Western Electric 518-W
518-W
Western Electric 521-CW Horn Speaker
521-CW Horn Speaker  (1922)
Western Electric 540
540
Western Electric 560-AW
560-AW
Western Electric BC-453-B
BC-453-B


Western Radio

Western Radio 258-72677
258-72677  (1935)
Western Radio Cointrola
Cointrola


Western Royal

Western Royal 1A62
1A62  (1941)
Western Royal 151
151
Western Royal 151
151
Western Royal 279
279  (1940)
Western Royal 636
636
Western Royal 642
642


Westrad

Westrad Jr. Midget 6
Jr. Midget 6


Westrex

Westrex WT602
WT602


Westerner

Westerner Junior
Junior


Wilcox

Wilcox Cathedral Grand
Cathedral Grand


Wilcox Gay

Wilcox Gay 4C5
4C5  (1934)
Wilcox Gay 4G7
4G7
Wilcox Gay 6AC5
6AC5  (1940)
Wilcox Gay 6B30
6B30
Wilcox Gay 6E20 Recordio
6E20 Recordio
Wilcox Gay 6T11
6T11
Wilcox Gay 8J10
8J10  (1950)
Wilcox Gay 119M
119M
Wilcox Gay A-15
A-15  (1936)
Wilcox Gay A-19
A-19
Wilcox Gay A-33
A-33  (1937)
Wilcox Gay A-35
A-35  (1937)
Wilcox Gay A-46
A-46  (1938)
Wilcox Gay A-52
A-52
Wilcox Gay Li'l Champ
Li'l Champ
Wilcox Gay Midget
Midget  (1934)
Wilcox Gay Recordio Junior
Recordio Junior


Wilmak

Wilmak DENchum
DENchum  (1946)
Wilmak W-446
W-446


Windham

Windham 7
7
Windham 1450
1450
Windham Series 7LL
Series 7LL


Woolaroc

Woolaroc 3-1A
3-1A
Woolaroc 3-1A
3-1A  (1946)
Woolaroc 3-2A
3-2A
Woolaroc 33A
33A  (1946)


World Radio

World Radio D-5
D-5  (1927)


World Star

World Star MG-6600
MG-6600


World Wide

World Wide PR 605
PR 605


Worldmaster

Worldmaster Deluxe
Deluxe
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