Vintage radiola Grundig

Vintage radiola Grundig
Vintage radiola Grundig
Vintage radiola Grundig
Vintage radiola Grundig
Vintage radiola Grundig
Vintage radiola Grundig
Vintage radiola Grundig
Vintage radiola Grundig
Vintage radiola Grundig
Vintage radiola Grundig
Vintage radiola Grundig
Vintage radiola Grundig
Vintage radiola Grundig
Vintage radiola Grundig
Vintage radiola Grundig
Vintage radiola Grundig
Vintage radiola Grundig
Vintage radiola Grundig
Vintage radiola Grundig
Vintage radiola Grundig
Vintage radiola Grundig
Vintage radiola Grundig
Vintage radiola Grundig
Vintage radiola Grundig
Vintage radiola Grundig
Vintage radiola Grundig
Vintage radiola Grundig
Vintage radiola Grundig
Vintage radiola Grundig
Vintage radiola Grundig
Vintage radiola Grundig
Vintage radiola Grundig

Vintage radiola Grundig. Compact and stylish design, relevant at all times (starting from the production thereof)). Includes a radio, a turntable and the ability to connect modern devices (smartphones, etc.). Has a very pleasant sound and the same condition. Perfect for interior decoration or just for a nice gift. Germany, 1970s


In 1945 Max Grunding (engineer and co-founder of the Furth, Grundig & Wurzer transformer company) moved all equipment to a warehouse in Fuerth (Bavaria) and focused on radio engineering. The new company was named "Grundig". Already in 1947 the company managed to enter the world market. Stereo consoles "Grundig" have long enjoyed popularity both in the West and in the USSR. The company's products were mentioned in the film "Beware of the Car", Mikhail Zhvanetsky's story "Personal Experience" and Vladimir Vysotsky's song "Letter to the Editor". The company began to experience difficulties only in the 1990s, when Asian manufacturers entered the market. In 2001, Grundig was declared bankrupt.