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Friday, November 7, 2014

Tube Box Art, Part 17 : Zenith

Hi!

Zenith was a manufacturer of radio and TV sets. They rebranded tubes from a major supplier and offered them under their own brand in a similar way as Philco did. Zenith sourced their tubes mainly from Sylvania.




An early Zenith tube box:




In this case a box of a 26 triode :




The pins of the tube could be pushed out at the bottom to allow testing of the tube without opening the box:




A Loktal 7A4:







A Octal tube box in a different design:




The top and bottom of the box:




Later they changed the color scheme to yellow/black similar to the latest Sylvania boxes:






Best regards


Thomas

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