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C. E. Mfg. Co. (CeCo) received its charter on August 8th 1924 and was listed as manufacturing and dealing in electrical apparatus and appliances. Principals were William Cepek, Rose Cohen (both from Providence), and Martin Bedrosian (Cranston). It was capitalized at $50,000. 1 Another man associated with the company was Ely Egnatoff but is not listed in the records found.

The November, 1927 issue of Radio Digest Illistrated stated that the C. E. Manufacturing Co., Inc., of Providence, Rhode Island, is said to be the largest exclusive Radio tube manufacturer in the world. 7

Mr Egnatoff was to later run the Triad Tube Company. Coby, Cepak and Egnatoff had formally manufactured electric lamps. Knowing nothing about Tube manufacturing, Ernest Kauer was hired as chief engineer.

Kauer made excellent tubes and CeCo's reputation grew! In June 1928 Kauer bought out the three partners and changed the name to CeCo Manufacturing Company. Their major product became vacuum tubes when they acquired a license to manufacture them in May 1929 from the Radio Corporation of America. 2

As part of the sales agreement, the partners were not to manufacture tubes for at least one year. So, they moved across the river to Pawtucket and manufactured Triad Pens, which were triangular pens that wouldn't roll off the table. Apparently, the lure of radio tubes was too much because in June 1929, Triad announced their new line of radio tubes in a distinctive triangular box. Immediately successful, $1,000,000 in sales was reached in the first year.




In 1929 CeCo named 3 new vice presidents. Here is what Talking Machine World & Radio-Music Merchant from the time has to say about the appointmets and the background of each gentleman:

N. 0. Williams, John E. Ferguson and E. T. Maharin,.Important Executives of CeCo Mfg. Co., Elected Officers

Three important executives of the CeCo Mfg. Co., Providence, R. I., maker of CeCo tubes, have been made vice-presidents of the com-pany. They are N. 0. Williams, chief engineer; John E. Ferguson, plant engineer, and Edward T. Maharin, sales director of the company.

Mr. Williams is internationally famous in technical circles of radio. For many years he was in complete charge of the tube division of the Westinghouse Lamp Co. Mr. Ferguson is accredited with being one of the leading pro-duction men in the tube industry. He per-sonally superintended the building of the main-moth CoCo plant in Providence. Mr. Maharin, a business man of wide experience, spends most of his time on the firing line. He travels in-cessantly. Known as a splendid organizer, he has created a sales organization which leaves him free to be away from his desk for long periods and most of his time lie spends in actual contact with his field men and the trade, aiding them in all possible ways. 11

By the middle of 1930, CeCo had produced 10 million tubes. This was at a rate of 4 million per year. Their plant was 3 1/2 acres and employed 1000 workers. 2

In 1930 CeCo started working on a new research equipment installation which took up an entire floor of the four-story building adjacent to the mammoth tube-production plant. The new installation cost $200,000. The research was described by President Ernest Kauer as follows: "We are going a step beyond any research hitherto followed by any radio enterprise which strictly limits its production activities to tube-manufacture," He went on to say: "We not only intend to develop new tube capabilities; we also will apply then. Until now, tube research has been satisfied to find new possibilities in tubes and then stop short, leaving their application in circuits to receiving-set engineers. This has cause a division of energy in reaching result. In our new research department, which will be completed before next Spring, we will not only conduct research for the improvement of tubes, but will also work out efficient circuits for their use." Although pointing to the possibility of CeCo switching their business model to one of producing receiving sets, Mr Kauer stated; "We simply want to aid in the most efficient use of radio tubes. There is too much lost motion, lost time, now spent between the newest tube development and its adaption in radio sets. We want to help overcome this. By developing circuits which will immediately use the product of our research department, radio progress will be aided greatly. Such plans will be turned over to the set manufacturers for the best use they can make of them." 8

In 1931 Ernest F Kauer is president, Edward T Maharin is vice-president and Maxmillian F Mautner is secretary, assistent treasurer and they are at 1200 Eddy Street. 9

In 1932 Ernest F Kauer is president, Nabath O Williams is vice-president and Maxmillian F Mautner is secretary, assistent treasurer and they are at 1200 Eddy Street. 10

Also in 1932 CeCo came out with a line of premium tubes they named "Citation". These tubes may have been a last ditch effort for CeCo. The trade write ups on the tubes were dated mostly in February 1932, except one in April. I still have not found an Ad for the Citation. We know that they produced the tubes as they exist. How many were produced is unknown.

In 1932 Kauer sold CeCo to to Leonard Welling and Abraham Pletman, who ran Lafayette 2 , with the hope of moving the tube business to France. Since foreigners were not allowed to own French companies, the ownership was put under the name of their lawyer who immediately took over the company and booted Pletman and Welling. Pletman spent the next nine years in an asylum recovering from a mental breakdown. He eventually returned to his company (Lafayette) and successfully run it until his death in 1973. 2



That being said, there is a report in the October 19th, 1932 Brooklyn Daily Eagle saying Gold Seal bought CeCo, which was in receivership. Total worth of CeCo at the time was estimated in excess of $450,000. This included machinery, cartons and other packing material, as well as $28,000 due from RCA paid in rebateable royalties which could be utilizad by Gold Seal on its future manufacturing of radio tubes.5

The Tube Industry
Radio News, October, 1929



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Women msking tubes at the CeCo plant in Providence, RI. 3



CeCo Couriers 4


From September 17th, 1928 to June 30th, 1930, the CeCo Couriers had a radio show on the CBS Network, Mondays at 8:30pm. The show is listed in many of the CeCo ads. The referance for this information lists the sponsor as CeCo toothpaste but I believe that to be wrong as I can't find any information on that company.









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Merle Johnson & His CeCo Couriers
Watching My Dreams Go By


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Merle Johnson & His CeCo Couriers
Sweet Nothings Of Love




CeCo Couriers Discography

Company Size First Recording Date Title Description
Columbia 10-in. 9/3/1929 If I had my way Jazz/dance band
Columbia 10-in. 9/3/1929 Where the sweet forget-me-nots remember Jazz/dance band
Columbia 10-in. 10/8/1929 You're responsible! Jazz/dance band
Columbia 10-in. 10/8/1929 With you—with me Jazz/dance band
Columbia 10-in. 1/21/1930 Watching my dreams go by Jazz/dance band
Columbia 10-in. 1/21/1930 Sweet nothings of love Jazz/dance band
Columbia 10-in. 3/19/1930 Exactly like you Jazz/dance band
Columbia 10-in. 3/19/1930 So sympathetic Jazz/dance band



The Decatur Herald
April 29th, 1929




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Radio News, April, 1930



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Radio World
February 8th, 1930



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Radio Broadcast
April 4th 1930



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Radio World
February 8th, 1930



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CeCo High-Mu
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CeCo Type F




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CeCo Type G



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CeCo Type B,Short Pin



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CeCo Type 227



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CeCo Type 227 Patents



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CeCo P1 Pentode

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CeCo P1 Pentode

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CeCo Type A Brass Tube
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CeCo Type B


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CeCo Type B

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CeCo 45 Metal Jacket Tube
John Martin TCA

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CeCo 26 Metal Jacket Tube
Made by Gold Seal in New Jersy
From the collection of Larry Daniel

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CeCo 26 Metal Jacket Tube
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The Capital Times
Madison Wisconsin
November 17, 1929

Radio Doings
August 1930

Radio News
January 1932

Radio News
July 1931

Talking Machine World
December 1928

Talking Machine World
December 1928

Talking Machine World
December 1928

Talking Machine World
December 1928

The Wilkes-Barre Record
January 23rd, 1930

Lincoln Evening Journal
Lincoln Nebraska
August 30, 1929

The Capital Times
October 2 1929

Radio Retailing
August 1930

Radio Retailing
August 1930

Harrisburg Telegraph
February 5, 1930


CeCo Tubes & Boxes











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From the collection of
Mike Schultz

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CeCo after it was aquired
by Gold Seal.
From the collection of
Velious Pope

201A
From the collection of
Bill's Vintage Tube Site

Type A
From the collection of
Bill's Vintage Tube Site

Type A
From the collection of
Bill's Vintage Tube Site

Type AX
From the collection of
Bill's Vintage Tube Site

Type B
From the collection of
Bill's Vintage Tube Site

Type C
From the collection of
Bill's Vintage Tube Site

Type F
From the collection of
Bill's Vintage Tube Site

Type G
From the collection of
Bill's Vintage Tube Site

Type H
From the collection of
Bill's Vintage Tube Site

Type J-71-A
From the collection of
Bill's Vintage Tube Site

Type L10
From the collection of
Bill's Vintage Tube Site

Type L45
From the collection of
Bill's Vintage Tube Site

Type L50
From the collection of
Bill's Vintage Tube Site

Type M26
From the collection of
Bill's Vintage Tube Site

Type N27
From the collection of
Bill's Vintage Tube Site

Type R80
From the collection of
Bill's Vintage Tube Site

Type R81
From the collection of
Bill's Vintage Tube Site

Special
From the collection of
Bill's Vintage Tube Site


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Type L-15
From the collection of Larry Daniel


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Type R-80
From the collection of Larry Daniel

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Type S27
From the collection of
Bill's Vintage Tube Site

Type RF22
From the collection of
Bill's Vintage Tube Site

Type K
From the collection of
Bill's Vintage Tube Site

Type J71
From the collection of
Bill's Vintage Tube Site

Type E
From the collection of
Bill's Vintage Tube Site

Type F12A
From the collection of
Bill's Vintage Tube Site

Type D
From the collection of
Bill's Vintage Tube Site

Type BX 199
From the collection of
Bill's Vintage Tube Site

Type AC PENTODE
From the collection of
Bill's Vintage Tube Site

Type J-71

Type F

Type P-5
From the collection of
Bob Millard

Type P-1
From the collection of
Bob Millard

Type A
Very Rare Red Base



Type 6A3
Very Rare Red Base



Type 6A3
Very Rare Red Base



Type 6A3
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Type 6A3
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CeCo H & N-27 Tubes



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CeCo 199 Tube Boxes
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Tube Tester Meter Advertisment
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CeCo Radio Tube Catalog
50-01A

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CeCo Phamplet
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CeCo Parody Phamplet - It Must Be A Union



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CeCo Keptin Keed - It Must Be A Union



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Ads and Articles

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CeCo Radio Retailing June 1929

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CeCo Radio Retailing June 1929

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CeCo Guarantee
1200 Eddy Street Plant
With Receiving Antenna on the Roof

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CeCo Guarantee

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CeCo Type A
Instruction Sheet
702 Eddy Street, 1928
With Receiving Antenna on the Roof

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CeCo Type A
Instruction Sheet
702 Eddy Street, 1928

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CeCo Type A
Instruction Sheet
702 Eddy Street, 1928
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CeCo Type A
Instruction Sheet
702 Eddy Street, 1928

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Radio News, September 1927

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Popular Radio, October 1926

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Radio Industry, September 1925

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Wilkes Barre Times Leader
October 24 1930

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Radio Broadcast, March 1929

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Radio News, July 1925

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Radio News, October 1925/DIV>

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Radio News January, 1928

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Radio Doings, April 1923

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Radio News October, 1926

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Radio News January, 1927

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Radio Retailing, May, 1930

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Popular Science December, 1928

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Radio Engineering November, 1927

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Radio Doings, February, 1927

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Radio Doings, May 1922

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Radio Broadcast, January 1927

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Radio News August, 1925

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Lebanon Daily News
August 21st 1929

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Radio News August, 1925

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Radio Doings, April 1927

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Wireless Age February 1926

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Radio News, June 1928

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Radio Doings, April 1928

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Radio Doings, March 1927

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Radio Doings, May 1927

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Radio News, March 1927

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Radio Listeners Guide, September 1926

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Popular Radio, July 1926

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Radio News October 1927

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Radio December, 1927

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Radio Engineering, February 1928

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Radio Engineering, January 1928

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Radio Doings December, 1928

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Radio News, October 1926

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Radio Broadcast, March 1929

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Radio Doings, April 1927

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Radio Doings, July 1927

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Radio Doings, April 1928

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Radio Retailing April, 1927
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Radio Retailing April, 1928
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Radio Retailing April, 1927
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Allied Radio Catalog 1929
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Talking Machine World, December 1928
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Talking Machine World, December 1928
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Radio Broadcast
October 1928
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Radio Doings
April 5, 1930

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The Evening News
March 24, 1932

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The Evening News
September 10, 1931

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Hamilton Evening Journal
October 24, 1930

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Columbus Evening Dispatch
September 17, 1928

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The Evening News
October 31 1931

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The Evening News
September 17 1931

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Talking Machine World, December 1928

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Radio Doings, May 1921

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Radio News, 1929

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Radio World, October, 1926

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Atlantic Journal, 1929

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Radio Doings, May 1922

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Radio Broadcast, August 1928

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Radio News, April 1928

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Radio Engineering, February 1929

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Radio Engineering, July 1929

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Radio Engineering May, 1929

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Radio Engineering, November 1928

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Radio Engineering, January 1929

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Radio Engineering, October 1928

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Radio Engineering, June 1929

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Radio Engineering, June 1929

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Radio Broadcast, August 1929

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Radio Broadcast, April 1930

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Radio City Ad

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Radio Broadcast, August 1929

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Radio Broadcast, April 1930

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Radio Engineering, December 1928

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Radio Digest, November 1927

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Radio Engineering, July 1928

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Radio Engineering, July 1928

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Radio Broadcast December, 1929

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Radio Engineering, September 1929

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Radio Broadcast December, 1929

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Radio News, January 1929

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Radio Doings April 1928

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Radio Doings January 1930

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Radio Broadcast, December 1929

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Radio News, April 1932

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Radio World, April 1928

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Radio World,April 1927

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Radio Digest, October 1927

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Radio World, November 1927

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CeCo Ad 1930s

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CeCo Ad 1920s

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Radio Doings April, 1927

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Radio Doings February, 1927

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Radio World January, 1928

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Radio World March, 1928

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Radio Doings March, 1926

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Radio Doings April, 1927

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Radio Retailing, April 1928

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Radio Retailing February, 1927

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Lewiston Evening Journal, September 25 1929

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The Sydney Morning Herald, May3 1932

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Brooklyn Daily Eagle
July8th, 1929

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The Evening News
May 11th, 1928

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Brooklyn Daily Eagle
July8th, 1929

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The Evening News
May 11th, 1928

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Radio Broadcast November 1929

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Radio Broadcast December 1930

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Radio Broadcast August 1929

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Radio Broadcast August 1929

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Radio Broadcast October 1929

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April 1930

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February 1930


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November 11th 1929


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July 1929


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March 1930


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September 1930

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Radio October 1930





Photo from “Tube Collector” October, 2012
CeCo Citation Tube Line

In 1932 CeCo announced a line of superior tubes that cost more than your average tube. Their price was $4.00 each while RCA and Champion were cutting prices.

President of CeCo, Ernest Kauer stated
"Since profit is the goal of all business the CeCO Citation carries a list price that guarantees s satisfactory profit to retailers. It is now apparent that both retailers and manufacturers of radio tubes have been misled by the glamor for lower prices. Since this stampeded action has not demonstrated any corresponding increased volume in sales dealer shave been left high and dry with reduced volume and reduced prices". CeCo made their Citation tubes with an amber bulb. This was to distinguish them from other makes and to help the displaying of the product.

Some of the slogans used in the promotion of the Citation line were:

“Only recognized Master Workmen with skill and experience are employed”

"You pays your money and you takes your choice"

CITATION is a precision built radio tube — the result of diligent study upon the part of CeCo engineers. It represents a high degree of Quality and Uniformity of Characteristics not obtainable heretofore. In order to insure closer accuracy more precision high grade materials

CITATIONS are manufactured in a separate department in the CeCo factory. Only recognized Master Workmen with skill and experience are employed. No equipment, effort or time is spared that could add to the precision of CITATIONS.


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CeCo Citation 235
Courtesy of Tim Laing
TCA Member


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CeCo Citation 247
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TCA Member


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TCA Member


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TCA Member


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TCA Member


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CeCo Citation 247
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Radio Retailing February 1932

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Radio Retailing February 1932

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Radio News April 1932

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Electronics February 1932
All ads and articles for the Citataion line are found in 1932 publications only.




PATENTS


US1577749
Stem Making Machine


WESTINGHOUSE LAMP CO. V. C.E. MFG. CO., INC.
NO. 261. UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT, D. RHODE ISLAND.
APRIL 20, 1929
In 1929 the Westinghouse Lamp Company sued CeCo for infringment on their patent number No. 1,180,264. Westinghouse claimed that CeCo has infringed and is infringing upon said patent in making its type A tube. CeCo won the law suit.6



1 Ned Connors, Rhode Island State Archives

2 Old Timers Bulletin, Antique Wireless Society, "The Story Of CeCo and Triad Tubes"

3 Official Website of the City of Providence

4 CeCo Couriers Radio Program

5 Gold Sesl Buys CeCo Mfg. Compsny

6 Westinghouse v. CeCo Mfg. Company

7 Radio Digest Illistrated, November 1927

8 Radio Engineering, January 1930

9 1931 Providence Directory

10 1932 Providence Directory

11 Talking Machine World & Radio-Music Merchant, 1929