Four Lamper Radio

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Manufactured: 1930 - unknown
Designer: The Bang & Olufsen Team
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Feminine charm

In 1930 Bang & Olufsen began to appeal to female customers by launching "what the ladies call a cute radio": a receiver whose control knobs were concealed behind a door on the right-hand side of the unit!

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Four Lamper Radio Product Specifications

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Created: 8th March 2007
Modified: 8th March 2007

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