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The company merged with a clothing company in 1970 and the result was named Celestion Industries, which in turn became Celestion International in 1979.

In 1992 the loudspeaker part of the business was sold to Kinergetics Holdings, which also bought KEF.

The name of the company changed to Rola Celestion; with its products sold under the brand name "Celestion".

(MPP, later a camera maker, was formed as a subsidiary during the war.) Production of radio, television and "hi fi" speakers continued in the postwar years.

Rola Celestion was bought by Truvox - a manufacturer of public address systems in 1949.

In 1968 the company started production in Ipswich, moving all production there by 1975.

The Celestion G12M-25 Greenbach Speaker handles 25W.

The old adage, "a chain is only as strong as its weakest link" can definitely be applied to the topic of speakers.

For starters, there is no serial number information currently available, from this site, or from Carvin directly.

Anothing catch to all this is that my amp is only a 3 watt tube amp. A 10 watt 12" speaker would be best but I can't find one, Not even used, that will work for guitar.

So I've been looking at the celestion G12M heratage and the Jensen P12R and the P12N.

The work of what would become Celestion started in Hampton Wick (suburban London) in 1924.

Celestion Radio Company and Celestion Limited were formed in 1927, and two years later the company moved across the Thames to Kingston.

For starters, there is no serial number information currently available, from this site, or from Carvin directly.

Anothing catch to all this is that my amp is only a 3 watt tube amp. A 10 watt 12" speaker would be best but I can't find one, Not even used, that will work for guitar.

So I've been looking at the celestion G12M heratage and the Jensen P12R and the P12N.

The work of what would become Celestion started in Hampton Wick (suburban London) in 1924.

Celestion Radio Company and Celestion Limited were formed in 1927, and two years later the company moved across the Thames to Kingston.

From what I have read Jensen's alnico speakers were what were used in fender amps most of the way through the 60, then they switched to ceramic mag Jensens after CBS baught out Fender.