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If you can track down the datecode, simply refer to the following set of tables, which provide an accurate record of the date codes used throughout the years.

Since 1956, all Celestion chassis drivers have been stamped with a date code (two numbers and two letters), denoting exact date of manufacture.

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Speakers are extremely important when we are talking about tone. This article will be a (maybe not so) small post about the history of Celestion, as well as a brief description of each model they produced over the years. I’ll simply feature the ones that I think are the most popular and most widely used models. Early years and the G12 Al Ni Co Celestion started as a manufacturer of speakers for general use (radio, TV, etc.) back in the 1920s.

The speaker below it on that page with code 04LL on gasket, but small screws on cap, is probably from November 1954. The one pictured above is a late example, with date code "04AJ" = 4th January 1964. On the right, a pair, cones up: T530, date codes 10 and 11BJ - 10th and 11th February 1964. One designated T530 and with the code 10GH = 10th July 1963; the other called a T1088 and coded 30MJ = 30th December 1964.

The lightweight version of this driver was the Celestion 44. Note that in common with the Rola G12 above, the 74 has nuts on the top cap instead of screws found on the CT3757 (further down this page). In the example above the code - "3757" - stamped on the gasket, along with the date code - "08JE" - 8th October 1960. If the gasket of the latter is original, this is a very late "alnico blue".

It’s probably more suited for Blues with clean or lightly crunchy tones.Date code "16BH" stamped on frame = most likely February 1950.A later BO25 (with large screws on the cap) has been posted on the Plexi Palace - code 01DD = 1st April 1959. On the left, the classic blue, used extensively in AC30s.The codes are added on the production line and are placed on the speaker's housing leg or the magnet edge.The following lists provide an accurate record of the date codes used.“Blue”), basically a modified version of the CT3757 radio speaker.