The Antone Cadet was manufactured by Antone Ltd in 1950, it was in production for 2 years.

4-valve broadcast band mantle radio

Housed in a cabinet sourced from Airzone (Australia).  It's worthy of note that the successor to this model, the Bell Colt, was also housed in a cabinet previously used by Airzone (Bell was the brand that would soon replace Antone after Al Bell took over the company and the original Antone owners left).

Note: not to be mixed with the Bell Cadet which is entirely different.

1950 Antone Cadet

Technical Information

Valves (4): ECH41 or ECH42, EAF42, EBL21, EZ41

Intermediate Frequency: 468kc/s

Frequency Bands: 1

Chassis Notes(most schematics can be clicked to download a full size version) Possibly two versions - schematic shown is possibly a later version.

1950 Antone Cadet Schematic