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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)

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until
May 6

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.  Was $895.00, now $795.00. (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)

 

Zenith 5-S-127 Tombstone (1936)

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Zenith 5-S-127 Tombstone (1936)

First year for the famous big black dial styling, which other makers adopted almost overnight. Five-tube, three-band set with exceptional pulling of stations all across the dial. Restored inside and out, with a high gloss finish. 19"H x 13"W x 10"D.  $765.00. (1100279)

 

Emerson 376 (1941)

Emerson 376 (1941)

Beautiful Ingraham cabinet, with multiple inlays and fine American walnut burl veneer, this is a five-tube, two-band receiver. Plays like an Emerson. 16"W x 9"H x 8"D.  $675.00. (1100276)

 

Emerson AU-213 (1936)

Emerson AU-213 (1936)

This radio's cabinet was made by Ingraham (and marked as such); it represents what I believe is an inaugural effort in the long and successful collaboration between Emerson and Ingraham. The dial cover was reproduced by Mark Palmquist, and features the scallops in the cover at the top, as per the original. Two-band set. 12"H x 9"W x 7"D.  $650.00. (1100272)

 

Fairbanks-Morse 72 AM/SW (1938)

Fairbanks-Morse 72 AM/SW (1938)

This was the flagship of the Fairbanks-Morse table series. Fairbanks-Morse was famous for its railway equipment and stationary engines, and based in Indiana. Nine tubes with a large speaker, the receiver is a three-band set. Very solidly made, and warm sound and tone. Aux input included. 22"W x 13"H x 12"D.  $995.00. (1100270)

 

General Electric (Canada) C-121 Beetle (1946)

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General Electric (Canada) C-121 Beetle (1946)

"Beetle" Plaskon was a follow on effort to produce marbled or swirled bright colored radios without the drawbacks of Catalin. This GE was found in northern Wisconsin, so it hadn't wandered too far. Five-tube, AM-only receiver restored to good playing condition. No breaks, cracks or chips. 9"W x 8"H x 5"D.  $135.00. (1100278)

 

Zenith 5-S-29 Tombstone (1936)

Zenith 5-S-29 Tombstone (1936)

This Zenith is fully restored, including an aux input for your modern media devices. The receiver is a five-tube, three-band set, with the following: new speaker harness, rubber tuning suspension, dial belt, dial scale, refinished dial pointers, the usual cap and alignment. The cabinet is refinished in lacquer and hand buffed to a semi gloss finish. 18"H x 13"W x 9"D.  $765.00. (1100277)

 

Zenith 5-S-319 AM/SW (1939)

Zenith 5-S-319 AM/SW (1939)

Pretty table radio with its original knobs, decals, and escutcheon. Sturdy and well built, reliable great sound and reception. Two-band set. 13"W x 10"H x 8"D.  $400.00. (1100271)
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