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'''Collaro Ltd''' of Ripple Works, By-Pass Road, Barking, Essex.
'''Collaro Ltd''' of Ripple Works, By-Pass Road, Barking, Essex.
of Culmore Works, Culmore Road, Peckham, London, SE15.  Telephone: New Cross 3844-3804.  Cables: "Korllaro, London". (1929)


Manufacturer of gramophones and tape recorder decks.
Manufacturer of gramophones and tape recorder decks.


1920 Company founded by Christopher Collaro.
1920 Company founded by [[Christopher Collaro]] at 23 Garway Road, London, W2.


1924 Private company.
1924 Private company.
1926 Moved to the Culmore Works, Culmore Road, Peckham, London, SE15.


1929 Listed Exhibitor.  Manufacturers of Gramophone Motors and Accessories. 'Any one element can be removed or replaced without interfering with the rest of mechanism. Special unit plate embodying automatic stop'.  Torque and Fatigue Spring Testing Machine. (Stand No. MM.10) <ref>[[1929 British Industries Fair]] Page 41 </ref>
1929 Listed Exhibitor.  Manufacturers of Gramophone Motors and Accessories. 'Any one element can be removed or replaced without interfering with the rest of mechanism. Special unit plate embodying automatic stop'.  Torque and Fatigue Spring Testing Machine. (Stand No. MM.10) <ref>[[1929 British Industries Fair]] Page 41 </ref>


WWII The company was engaged in munitions work and temporarily relocated to Langley Mill, Derbyshire when its London factory was bombed.
WWII The company was engaged in munitions work and temporarily relocated to the Valley Works, Langley Mill, Derbyshire when its London factory was bombed.


1946 Moved to Barking, Essex.
1948 Moved to Barking, Essex.


1960 Acquired by [[Magnavox Electronics]].
1960 Acquired by [[Magnavox Electronics]].


1961 Precision engineers, manufacturing gramophone motors, recording units, tape recorders, fan heaters, and are described as the largest manufacturers of record changers in the United Kingdom. <ref>[[1961 Dun and Bradstreet KBE]]</ref>
1961 Precision engineers, manufacturing gramophone motors, recording units, tape recorders, fan heaters, and were described as the largest manufacturers of record changers in the United Kingdom. <ref>[[1961 Dun and Bradstreet KBE]]</ref>


1960s Went out of business.
1960s Went out of business.
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Latest revision as of 11:21, 18 March 2021

Collaro 4T 200 Transcription record deck
January 1949.
March 1949.
September 1949.
December 1951.
September 1953.
September 1953.
September 1953.
September 1953. Models RC531 and RC532.
1955. RC 43 Record Changer.
1955. Hi-g Pick-ups.
1955. Tape deck.
1955. Transcription units and Pickup heads.

Collaro Ltd of Ripple Works, By-Pass Road, Barking, Essex.

Manufacturer of gramophones and tape recorder decks.

1920 Company founded by Christopher Collaro at 23 Garway Road, London, W2.

1924 Private company.

1926 Moved to the Culmore Works, Culmore Road, Peckham, London, SE15.

1929 Listed Exhibitor. Manufacturers of Gramophone Motors and Accessories. 'Any one element can be removed or replaced without interfering with the rest of mechanism. Special unit plate embodying automatic stop'. Torque and Fatigue Spring Testing Machine. (Stand No. MM.10) [1]

WWII The company was engaged in munitions work and temporarily relocated to the Valley Works, Langley Mill, Derbyshire when its London factory was bombed.

1948 Moved to Barking, Essex.

1960 Acquired by Magnavox Electronics.

1961 Precision engineers, manufacturing gramophone motors, recording units, tape recorders, fan heaters, and were described as the largest manufacturers of record changers in the United Kingdom. [2]

1960s Went out of business.


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Sources of Information

  • [1] Bedford Vintage Audio