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My interest in collecting radios began when I was only eleven years old. I spent a lot of my childhood searching for radios.  My family vacations were always to national parks, so many of these radios come from all over the western United States.  I try my best to accurately describe my radios and provide clear photographs to show any defects if present.  Please do not hesitate to ask any questions you may have.

Most radios I sell are over 50 years old so they are not perfect.  Some of them play, some don't, but I always include this detail in the description.

Buyer pays shipping and handling.  I live far out in a rural area, so USPS is the only shipping option.  Open to negotiation on price.  PayPal preferred, but I also accept personal check (please allow time for check to clear).  Once again, I'm happy to answer any questions you might have to make it a pleasant buying experience!  All profits go towards my college education so thank you for looking!
 

 

Arvin 540T

Arvin 540T

Nice, smaller metal radio. It's missing the "n" on the nameplate, but looks very good besides that, only a couple other scuffs on the paint. It still has the metal protector in the back as well as you can see in the photo. Speaker hums; I haven't had any signals come through.  $90.00. (1490008)

 

Bendix 0526E

Bendix 0526E

This is a beautifully styled "waterfall" Bendix radio. The cabinet is in decent shape, although you can observe some cracks in the wood. There is an issue with the power supply, so I haven't been able to test it, but all parts are present.  $95.00. (1490015)

 

Crosley 56TX

Crosley 56TX

This Art Deco style of Crosley invokes feelings of a simpler, classier time. The radio itself is in great shape with only minor nicks. The radio turns on and hums; I have been unable to pick up any stations.  $125.00. (1490017)

 

Eico 666 Tube Tester

Eico 666 Tube Tester

A great home-use tube tester! This tests transistors as well. Outside has a few stains, but the inside looks great. Only a couple screws missing. I've had no issues with it, but don't know when it was last calibrated.  $110.00. (1490007)

 

Emerson 503

Emerson 503

Seen here is a 71 year old wood Emerson tabletop radio! It is five tubes with a 180 degree dial. The radio still works, but the tuner gets stuck.  $55.00. (1490014)

 

Gilfillan 5G8 (1938)

Gilfillan 5G8 (1938)

Shown here is Gilfillan radio from 1938. The wood is splitting and splintering in some spots as seen in the photos. The radio does not currently work, but all parts appear to be present on the inside.  $75.00. (1490018)

 

J.C. Penney 622 "Moonstone"

J.C. Penney 622 "Moonstone"

This is a fun, small radio. Works great. There are a few hairline cracks in the cabinet, one on the side and one on top.   $40.00. (1490004)

 

Sentinel 289-T DC Radio

Sentinel 289-T DC Radio

This radio is in incredibly stellar condition. I purchased it with the cabinet as polished and shiny as it is and have kept it in the same condition. It is a battery radio however, so I have not been able to use it. You can observe from the picture though that the inside is in great shape and appears to all be there.  $80.00. (1490016)

 

Truetone D-2420A Clock Radio (1954)

Truetone D-2420A Clock Radio (1954)

This Truetone radio is your classic 1950s radio style. Radio is in good shape except for a crack on the left side. The clock works, but I haven't gotten any signal from the radio.  $45.00. (1490012)

 

Viscount Ten Transistor Radio

Viscount Ten Transistor Radio

Classic ten-transistor radio. It is in terrific condition, no visible cracks at all. Radio works too!  $65.00. (1490010)

 

Western Royal L34XF5 Portable

Western Royal L34XF5 Portable

Shown is a Western Royal battery radio. Since it is battery operated, it comes untested, but all the parts appear to be present. Handle is broken on top and the tuner doesn't work, but it looks like it may just need to be re-stringed.  $50.00. (1490020)

 

Zenith L600 Trans-Oceanic

Zenith L600 Trans-Oceanic

Your classic Trans-Oceanic radio. The radio itself is in great shape, but has some power issues (haven't been able to get it to turn on). A few tears and nicks here and there that are visible in the photos. A little work and this will be a great radio.  $175.00. (1490006)

 

Zenith M504L

Zenith M504L

This Zenith tabletop radio is in stellar condition. Works great and would make a retro addition to any room.  $50.00. (1490013)

 

Zenith XD50G

Zenith XD50G

Shown here is a clean, classic Zenith Consoltone tabletop tube radio. The radio hums, but I have been able to make out some stations.  $40.00. (1490011)

 

Zenith Z522G

Zenith Z522G

Blue Zenith clock radio from around 1956. The clock and radio still work! Only some slight staining on the set which could be easily cleaned up.  $55.00. (1490019)
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