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Arvin Rhythm Baby (1936)

Arvin Rhythm Baby (1936)

Arvin, of Indiana, created the first top to bottom unified design theme, in this case the Rhythm series. The three grille bars are found on all Rhythm series sets. This is a four-tube set, AM only. Restored electronically, and has surprising reception for an entry level set. Petite at 12"H x 9"W x 8"D.  $495.00. (1100284)

 

Climax Emerald AM/SW (1937)

Climax Emerald AM/SW (1937)

This Climax is one of the most exuberant and iconic of the 1930's radio design. Produced in two versions at less than 1000 total made. Three-band, seven-tube receiver has the original knobs, grille cloth and back. 17"W x 9"H x 8"D.  $2,800.00. (1100275)

 

Detrola 106 (1938)

Detrola 106 (1938)

Detrola was known for mixing and matching chassis and cabinets until all stocks were gone. This set appears to be a 1937 model 106 in a 1938 cabinet. It has been upgraded to the '38 standard grille, and is a converted curtain burner. Three-band receiver, seven tubes, and a 5-inch speaker. 14"H x 11"W x 8"D.  $895.00. (1100274)

 

Detrola 148 (1938)

Detrola 148 (1938)

Ivory version. In the era, several manufacturers sold ebony and ivory versions of some models. This is such a set. Made of Birch ply with Poplar sides, the cabinet was paint grade versus fine veneer to be toned. Famous Detrola chassis, seven-tube set for three bands. 14"W x 12"H x 9"D.  $995.00. (1100273)

 

General Television 534 Piano Radio (1947)

General Television 534 Piano Radio (1947)

The radio is an All American Five-tube AM only, receiver with an aux input added for modern audio devices. Additional pics upon request. 11"W x 10"D x 10"H.  $375.00. (1100262)

 

RCA Victor 40X-59 (1940)

RCA Victor 40X-59 (1940)

Famous RCA family of sets that include the NY Worlds Fair. Five-tube all American Five, original dial, back and knobs. Restored inside and out, plays very well. 12"W x 6"H x 6"D.  $225.00. (1100280)

 

Sparton 6125 (1938)

Sparton 6125 (1938)

Little brother to the famed "Lobster" finned Sparton. Unusual left handed set, with a lovely light walnut veneer with terrific grain. Five tubes, three bands. Restored inside and out, plays very well.   $425.00. (1100282)

 

Stewart-Warner 3043 (1937)

Stewart-Warner 3043 (1937)

This radio's distinction is being able to be displayed vertically and horizontally. Six-tube set. Original back and knobs. Restored inside and out, plays very well. 12"H x 8"W x 6"D.  $235.00. (1100281)

 

Western Royal (1947)

Western Royal (1947)

Unusual seven-tube set. I found the schematic; it was made by Wells Gardner, a quality maker. Found in Ft. Collins, Colorado, it has a western swing attitude. Clean as a whistle chassis. Restored inside and out, plays very well. 16"W x 10"H x 8"D.  $425.00. (1100283)

 

Zenith 6-S-222 "Cube" (1938)

Zenith 6-S-222 "Cube" (1938)

King of the cubes. Six tubes and the most features of the series. Restored electronically, the set demonstrates why Zenith was a market leader. Really terrific reception on the AM and SW bands, all for $29.95 new. 14"W x 10"H x 10"D.  $625.00. (1100285)

 

Zenith Trans-Oceanic, US Army Version (1954)

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Zenith Trans-Oceanic, US Army Version (1954)

The T/O's were very popular with the American public. And by extension, the US Army. This one is in very nice as-found condition. Shows very minor wear and dust, and cosmetically unrestored. Plays great, and has been electronically restored. The last of the unmolested originals. 18"W x 16"H x 8"D.  $1,625.00. (1100286)
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