I doubt it. Tri-City radios have a very distinctive, somewhat primitive and budget, look to them, much like pre 1926 Crosleys. Both the Marshall 4 and the Clarodyne are of a style that's a far cry from what I'd expect from Tri-City. I have yet to ever see a Tri-City radio that looks like ether the Clarodyne or Marshall 4. Either Marshall manufactured the Marshall 4 and the Clarodyne or someone else made both radios. Sort of like a 1920s "Plant A" from Chicago,
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If memory serves me right, I seem to remember seeing another radio, just like the Marshall 4 and the Clarodyne, but it had a brass ID tag on the front panel that said something like "Big 4" on it. Is anybody familiar to what I'm describing?