established his company for the manufacturing of carbon-filament lamps as early as 1891. A research laboratory was started in 1914.
More to read: the story of the Philips logo (latest check XI.2019).
Notice that the undulating lines in the shield are different between both walls.
(... always the best!)
radio and Radiola are synonymous
The bottom line says stéréo
This ad is part of a
bigger mural for LU-biscuits
Auto radio arel and RADIO Clarville
This Clarville covers an older advert for Forvil (Exigez la brillantine Forvil) with many samples in our Bodycare section).
The modern way of talking to the passers-by. The message does more than tell what the product is: it indicates the gain for the buyer.
One of his first contraptions was sold to his cousin married withthen a saddlemaker. Hoover was very well aware that his saddle-business couldn't last forever and soon purchased the rights to manufacture the suction sweeper.
Sales became a success after Hoover recruited door-to-door salesmen giving demonstrations in homes throughout the U.S.
His Master's Voice was a trademark of the British Gramophone Company. The Belgian division S.A. Gramophone N.V was founded in the autumn of 1936 in Brussels and produced radio and later also television sets. Gramophone ceased to exist in 1971 and became EMI Belgium.
The painting was spotted in the Kazernestraat: a street parallel to the Lemonnierlaan where the company was housed.
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