The war stopped the production of radios, but despite the shortage of materials, production recovered right after the war. In 1945 there were already about 500 000 licences to listen in. Nordell & Koskinen changed its name into Salora Oy in 1945.

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Salora table antenna, 1943

In the beginning of the 1940’s Nordell & Koskinen manufactured a table antenna, packed in a brown cardboard case. The antenna was reeled in inside the case and it could also be hung on the wall. The table antenna made it possible to move the radio receiver from one room to another.

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SSS lehti-ilmoitus 12.8.1943
SSS lehti-ilmoitus 16.12.1943