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Anderson Classic Radios

We specialize in professional antique
radio repair and restoration.  We would
gladly discuss your radio with you.

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13721 Goldman Dr NW, Gig Harbor, WA 98329
253-306-6185

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We install external audio input jacks in all our radios now.  Any audio device with a 1/8" output jack can be used as audio input to the radio.
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Gilfillan 56B

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Gilfillan 56B

This small wooden cased radio has a polished copper front piece. It was manufactured in 1946, and has five tubes and standard broadcast (AM) tuning. The wooden control knobs are volume and tuning. The case is a nice wooden enclosure including the back. Weight is 6 pounds. 12"W x 7"H x 7"D.  $150.00. (1410031)

 

RCA 16T2 (1940)

RCA 16T2 (1940)

A nice sized tabletop manufactured in 1940. It has standard broadcast (AM) and shortwave bands. This model came with an external audio RCA input jack on the back, and will need an RCA to 1/8" audio cable to work. It has Volume, Tone, Tuning and Band Switch knobs. The Tone switch operates the external audio jack in the right two positions, and the radio tone for the left two positions. The two positions are for bass/treble tone. It has a 6" speaker with 2.5 watts output. It's a very nice retro era looking radio with a big clear dial face. The radio was refinished with stain and lacquer and polished to a deep shine. It has original knobs. 16-1/2"W x 9"H x 8-1/2"D; weighs 14-1/2 pounds.   $275.00. (1410030)

 

RCA 66X13 (1947)

RCA 66X13 (1947)

Very retro looking table radio. This is an AC/DC set manufactured in 1947. It is broadcast only band AM, but has an external audio input jack on the back. It has a built in antenna and large dial face.  $150.00. (1410029)

 

General Electric 221 (1947)

General Electric 221 (1947)

1947 tabletop AC/DC set with external music plug. AM and short wave bands. Cabinet refinished. Has a built-in AM antenna but will need an external antenna for shortwave.  $175.00. (1410027)

 

Philco 41-245 AM/SW (1941)

Philco 41-245 AM/SW (1941)

Manufactured in 1941, this seven-tube tabletop has standard broadcast (AM), automatic push-button AM and two shortwave bands. A red indicator on the dial indicates which of the four bands is selected. Cabinet was in good condition, so the light areas refreshed and the dark areas re-lacquered. Original speaker cloth and knobs, replacement glass dial plate. Unable to find a replacement for the warped bezel that is typical for this radio, so I rebuilt the broken corners with Bondo and lacquered it for original color. Not perfect, but good-looking, none-the-less. External auxiliary music plug installed (1/8"); will work with MP3 vplayers, cell phone, CD and Chromecast using your cell phone for a remote controller. 12"W x 10-1/2"H x 9-1/4"D; weight 15 lb.  $300.00. (1410026)

 

Philco 42-340 AM/SW (1942)

Philco 42-340 AM/SW (1942)

Good looking secen-tube Philco table model with an internal antenna. Manufactured in 1942. Standard broadcast (AM) and shortwave bands. Original faux finish retained and the rest of the cabinet refinished. Original knobs and dial glass; replacement speaker cloth. External auxiliary music plug installed (1/8"); will work with MP3 players, cell phone, CD and chromecast using your cell phone for a remote controller. 20"W x 12"H x 9-1/2"D; weight 15 pounds.  $250.00. (1410025)

 

Zenith 5-S-327 Tombstone (1939)

Zenith 5-S-327 Tombstone (1939)

This Zenith tombstone with a race-track dial face was manufactured in 1939. It has standard broadcast (AM) and shortwave bands, tone and volume switch. It has a lovely refinished cabinet with vertical two-toned bands set off with ivory stripes. There is an external auxiliary input jack (1/8") for CD or MP3 devices or to use with Chromecast, a device that uses your cell phone as a remote control. You can remotely adjust volume and select music and radio drama apps. You must have wi-fi in your home for Chromecast. Weight 15 pounds. About 15-3/4"H x 11-1/2"W x 7-5/8"D.  $650.00. (1410024)

 

Airline 62-702

Airline 62-702

This large tabletop was manufactured in the 1930's. It has a magic eye tuning tube, standard broadcast (AM) and shortwave bands. It has a lovely cabinet with inlaid bands, a great dial face and an arrowhead shaped speaker area. Original knobs and period grille cloth. You may purchase an adapter to play iPod and other MP3 devices for $75. An external connection plug has already been installed. Weight 17 pounds. 20"W x 12"H x 9-1/2"D.  $500.00. (1410018)
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