This radio is produced by NSF in The
Netherlands in 1945-1946 under a Philips license and is
electrically equivalent to the Philips model 208U. However, the
cabinet is different (material is wood, whereas the original 208U
is constructed from bakelite).
Interesting feature of this radio is that the dial shows a rather
special radio station "Herrijzend Nederland", a Dutch
station that was founded by the end of World War 2. Radio "Herrijzend
Nederland" started its transmissions on October 3, 1944 and closed in January
Detail of dial, depicting station
The NSF model H. 54U is an example of a
radio using the following set of tubes: UCH21, UCH21, UBL21 and
UY1N. Some collectors call such a radio a "European
4-tube" or the "Four Tube Circuit".
This radio is in the collection of the RAM (Radio Amateur Museum) in Reusel (NL) now.