The house brand for Bond and Bond - most models appear to have been made by Radio (1936) Ltd, although there are some Westco models in their lineup as well.
A lot of their entry level 5-, then 4-valve sets look to have been advertised for a fixed price of £12/10/- or £2/6 weekly right from around 1936 through until the war.
Where the model code is not clearly stated it can be found (in most cases) as the letters at the start of the serial number. For example, RB10574 would be a model RB.
|1933||Skyscraper model 5BB||5||Broadcast|
|1934||Skyscraper model 4V BC DC 'De Luxe Midget'||4||Broadcast|
|1934ish||Skyscraper model 5CA||5|
|1934||Skyscraper model 5V BC AC 'De Luxe Midget'||5|
|1935||Skyscraper model 35 6V DW||6||Dual Wave|
|1936||Skyscraper XS||6||Dual Wave|
|1937||Skyscraper BCS||7||All Wave|
|1937||Skyscraper BDR||6||Dual Wave|
|1940||Skyscraper EA 'Teleflick'||6||Dual Wave|
|1940||Skyscraper EDU||7 + magic eye||All Wave|
|1940||Skyscraper EE 'Super 4'||4||Broadcast|
|1941||Skyscraper FA||6 + magic eye||5|
|1947||Skyscraper RO||6 + magic eye||5|
|1948||Skyscraper RW||6||Dual Wave|
|1949ish||Skyscraper RAI 'Vagabond'||6 + Vibrator||Broadcast|
|1951||Skyscraper RAW||5 + selenium rectifier||Broadcast|
|1951||Skyscraper RBG 'Tiny'||4||Broadcast|
|1953||Skyscraper RBY||6||Dual Wave|