1958 Mignon FT-7
Shirt pocket radio, thermoplastic cabinet
4 1/2 x 2 7/8 x 1 1/4 inches / 114 x 73 x 32 mm
Six transistors (TEN transistors: 2x 2NJ5A, 2NJ8A, 2x 2NJ9A, 2NJ9D), one diode (NEC SD46)
One standard 9-volt battery
Manufactured by Standard Radio Co., Ltd., Japan
Distributed by Fuji Kogei Sha, Ltd. (Fuji Kogeisha, Ltd.)
Same chassis as the 1957 Standard SR-F22 (and the 1957 Hitachi TH-621), but this Mignon has an unquestionably more handsome cabinet design than does the somewhat odd-looking SR-F22 or the somewhat plain-looking TH-621.
A curiosity here is the black-and-gold speaker badge bearing the script letter "F", which may stand for "Fuji".
Interestingly, this example uses transistors made by TEN, but the sticker on the inside back cover (see photo below) lists Hitachi transistors and their RCA equivalents (Hitachi transistors were used in most of the Standard SR-F22 models).