The Pacific (Post-WWII) model 95 was manufactured for G. A. Wooller & Co. Ltd by Akrad Radio Corporation Ltd in 1941.

Other radios based on the same chassis:

8-valve, plus magic eye tuning, bandspread radio with push-pull output.

Please note that the 85 circuit below is as close as we have - it should be virtually identical apart from the push-pull output, which presumably uses a transformer for phase-shift to feed the output drivers.  Further details would be appreciated if you have them.

1941 Pacific (Post-WWII)  model 85
Akrad Trade Pricelist - 1941

Technical Information

Valves (7 + magic eye): 6K7, 6K8, 6K7, 6C5, 6J7, 6F6, 80 and 6U5 Magic Eye

Intermediate Frequency: 460kc/s

Frequency Bands: 5

Chassis Notes(most schematics can be clicked to download a full size version)

1941 Pacific (Post-WWII)  model 85

1941 Pacific (Post-WWII)  model 85

General Construction Notes for Akrad Radio Corporation Ltd:

Akrad sets often consist of 3 (or 4) numbers (eg: 518, 1059) or number-letter-number (5M4), and a common pattern exists for these sets: The first digit(or 2 digits in the case of 10-or-more valves) is the number of valves, the second is the number of bands and the third is the last digit of the year. Where the middle digit is a letter rather than a number it generally refers to the type of set - M for mantle, P for portable, G from radiogram etc

Often sets can be dated by the speaker, as many Akrad sets from the Pye era have the date of manufacture stamped on the back of the magnet housing.

Other documented models using this chassis (3 in total)

1941 Pacific (Post-WWII) model 85
1939 Everest model 85