General Electric- Cunningham

Shown here are various tubes designed by General Electric in the period 1917 to 1927. After the formation of RCA in 1919 General Electric standard tubes were marketed by RCA. Most of the early tubes had GE marked on the bulb or carton. Cunningham branded tubes were made by G.E. and were of identical construction. Cunningham had sold unlicensed tubulars before WWI under the Audiotron name.

G.E. Type CA

G.E. Type P

G.E. CG-886

G.E. CG-890

G.E. CG-1144

G.E. CG-1162

G.E. CG-1787

G.E. CG-1984

G.E. TB-1

G.E. VT-11

G.E. VT-12

G.E. VT-13

G.E. VT-14 (early)

G.E. VT-14

G.E. VT-16 (early)

G.E. VT-16

G.E./RCA UV-199

G.E./RCA UV-200

G.E./RCA UV-201

G.E./RCA UV-201 (shaw)

G.E./RCA UV-201A

G.E./RCA UV-202

G.E./RCA UV-203

G.E./RCA UV-204 (early)

G.E./RCA UV-204

G.E./RCA UV-210

G.E. PR 10A

G.E. UV-213

G.E. UV-213 (bakelite)

G.E./RCA UV-216

G.E./RCA UV-216 (gold)

G.E./RCA UV-217

G.E. UX-225

G.E. UX-225 (5 pin)

G.E./RCA UX-852

G.E./RCA UX-867