Astor was an Australian brand of radios and other electric and electronic products from Electronic Industries that was established in 1926 by Sir Arthur Warner.
Throughout the 1930s and 1940s, Astor produced a wide range of radios, including console models, table models, and portable radios. The company was known for its high-quality products, which were often more affordable than similar radios from other brands.
One of Astor's most popular radios was the "Mickey" model, which was first introduced in the late 1930s. The Mickey was a small, portable radio that was designed to look like the head of the popular cartoon character, Mickey Mouse. The radio became a cultural icon in Australia and was popular with children and adults alike.
During World War II, Astor shifted its focus to producing military equipment, including radios and radar systems. After the war, the company resumed production of consumer electronics and more...
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