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Tecla Radio Industry and Trading Company was established at the Nieuwezijds Voorburgwal 314 in Amsterdam. The company was founded by an engineer from Haarlem. According to a newspaper artice the company employed 32 people in 1955.
The only known product was a three-tube pocket radio, equipped with Hivac subminiature tubes and earphones.
Later that year, the radio was presented at the Najaarsbeurs and at the Firato Electronics Fair. A somewhat bigger Japanese pocket radio was also show there, equipped with three lager battery tubes and a heavier battery set. The Tecla pocket radio was smaller and lighter, but the Japanese radio was sold for f 59,50 only and an extra loudspeaker with an amplifying transistor was available for f 30,-.
The company probably did not survive the introduction of cheap transistor pocket radios. After 1955 nothing was heared about Tecla.

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