Other radios based on the same chassis:
Dual-wave 5-valve radio.
The cabinet was available in several colours and used across a range of models, both Philips and Mullard
Intermediate Frequency: 455kc/s
Frequency Bands: 2
Chassis Notes(most schematics can be clicked to download a full size version)
Model 210V is a vibrator supply version, notes for this on the schematic.
Model 210A appears to be a slight variation using an EAF42 in place of the EAF41 and has smaller coil cans - see note below for Mullard model
General Construction Notes for Philips Electrical Industries of N.Z. Ltd:
Model codes are explained on the Philips brand page. Philips early-mid century were probably the Google of their time - they had branches in many countries and a global brand that everyone knew - and were apparently happy to let engineers come up with new ideas and implement them. Construction is often overly complex but very well engineered - although repairs can also take a complex path. They used time-in-motion studies to find the most cost effective way to asemble sets and sometimes this means repairs can be nightmarish (if you've ever worked on a V7A Theaterette this will be all too aparent). U suffix model numbers are transformerless (hot chassis) sets and great care should be taken, or the sets avoided altogether.