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Airline 93BR-4625A (1940)

Airline 93BR-4625A (1940)

This great looking Airline Bakelite radio has one of the neatest designs of the pre-WWII era. The "moderne" design of this set makes it stand out in any room. It has several great features not often found in Bakelite table top radios. It features AM and Shortwave bands and has a tuning eye that works great and is bright. This radio has been professionally restored and has been repainted back to its original "soft white" color and looks really nice. All paper and electrolytic capacitors have been replaced. The tubes and resistors have been checked and a new power cord has been installed. A great looking, great playing radio. 12"W x 8"H x 6"D.  $325.00. (0150216)

 

Crosley Chairside Fiver (1937)

Crosley Chairside Fiver (1937)

I am offering for sale a rare Crosley Chairside Fiver. The great little radio measures only 18"H x 12"W x 8"D. It fits perfectly by a chair or couch. It would be a really cool addition to an office or lobby area. It's a real conversation piece. The cabinet is metal with it original walnut wrinkle finish and top is black Bakelite. The radio plays strongly with great audio. The chassis has been expertly restored with all paper and electrolytic capacitors replaced. All tubes and resistors have been checked and replaced as needed. This is a very rare set that does not come up for sale often. Don't let this one get away.  $375.00. (0150221)

 

Emerson 581A

Emerson 581A

This beautiful Emerson radio has an ivory Plaskon cabinet in superb condition, with no cracks or chips. This outstanding radio was designed by Norman Bel Geddes, one of the most famous 1930's and 1940's designers. It has had an electrical restoration which included replacement of all electrolytic and paper capacitors, installation of a strong set of tubes and a new dial lamp, a full RF and IF alignment. The dial looks fantastic when the set is turned on. This is one of the best looking radios of the Golden Age Of Radio. 11"W x 7-1/2"H x 5-1/2"D.  $295.00. (0150215)

 

Emerson 811 (1955)

Emerson 811 (1955)

I am offering for sale this great looking Emerson miniature radio. This colored radio is in outstanding original condition as can be seen in the photos. This radio plays very well picking up stations all across the dial. Rarely are these sets found in this condition. Don't miss the opportunity to own this really cool miniature set. Please e-mail me with any questions. 6-1/2"W x 5-1/2"H x 4-3/4"D.  $165.00. (0150198)

 

Majestic 460-A (1933)

Majestic 460-A (1933)

I am offering for sale this very rare Majestic radio. This rare Art Deco radio features a matching table that it sits on. A real eye catcher in any room, this elegantly designed radio showcases Majestic's famous Chrome grille and escutcheons as well as very cool square knobs. This amazing radio has never been offered on the Radio Attic and is the only one I have seen in over 30 years of collecting. The radio cabinet and table have been meticulously restored with proper stains and toning lacquers and looks absolutely fantastic. The chassis has been restored to its original factory condition with a complete electronic restoration (all paper and electrolytic capacitors have been replaced, tubes and resistors tested and replaced where necessary) and come with a one year warranty. This beautiful Majestic plays great with warm tone and plenty of volume. Don't miss the opportunity to own a very rare radio that even avid collectors rarely see. An aux input can be added at no extra cost. 32"H x 20"W x 14"D.  $695.00. (0150223)

 

RCA 110K Console (1940)

RCA 110K Console (1940)

Rarely do you find a radio in such excellent original condition. This top of the line RCA radio is outstanding in every way. The amazing cabinet, with its exotic veneers, is fine example of the craftsmanship of days gone by. The oversized race track dial make tuning and adjusting the radio easy. This radio sounds as good as it looks. Featuring ten tubes (a couple are dull purpose tubes) this radio excels in performance and sound. This four-band radio plays very strong and clear and has AM, two Shortwave bands and police band. The audio is absolutely fantastic. The final output stage uses four tubes for Class A Push-Pull audio into a specially designed 12-inch speaker. Plenty of clean volume! This radio has been completely electronically restored and has a one year warranty (I have over 25 years of experience in restoring tube radios). An audio/aux input can be added at no extra charge. I can arrange affordable shipping. Please email me for a quote. 42"H x 28"W x 17"D.  $695.00. (0150225)

 

Setchell-Carlson 416 (1946)

Setchell-Carlson 416 (1946)

This great looking 1946 radio is nick named the "Frog Eye" radio because of its unique design. The neat little radio is a great size and would fit nicely on a bedside table or a nook in the kitchen. The chocolate brown swirled case is in excellent original condition with no cracks or chips and the chassis is excellent condition as well. The dial is lighted and looks fantastic at night when turned on. It has been electronically restored (all capacitors replaced, the tubes and resistors have been checked and replaced were necessary). Comes with a one year warranty. 10"W x 7"H x 6"D.  $165.00. (0150212)

 

Westinghouse H-126 (1946)

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Westinghouse H-126 (1946)

This unique Westinghouse "Little Jewel" radio resembles a mini refrigerator and that's no accident. It was given as a premium to customers who bought a new Westinghouse refrigerator in the years 1945-1947. Imagine this great looking little radio warmly playing Moonlight Serenade as the last dishes of the day were dried and put away. This is an AC-powered AM radio, receiving the standard broadcast band. Its sturdy cabinet is made of plastic and metal. Small enough to be easily moved, it has a swing-up handle for easy transport. This radio uses six tubes, including an RF (radio frequency) amplifier. Despite the small size, it is a powerful little set and it is great at pulling in distant stations. Let this "Little Jewel" bring back the golden days of radio to your home or office. Expertly restored inside and out. This set has had all period capacitors replaced, and resistors checked. All controls have been cleaned and lubed to operate as new. A new modern power cord has added. Comes with a one-year warranty on the electrical restoration. 9"H x 6"W x 4"D.  $195.00. (0150227)

 

Zenith 6-S-52 Console (1937)

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Zenith 6-S-52 Console (1937)

I believe Carole Lombard and Clark Gable must have fallen in love while listening to "Pennies From Heaven" flow seamlessly from a beautiful 1936 Zenith radio just like this one. The "Cadillac of the industry," Zenith Radio Corporation produced a top quality product with impeccable style. The beautiful cabinet is crafted with exotic wood and veneers. Zenith radios offered the highest standard of construction and craftsmanship with a style that is still unmatched today. This outstanding radio offers AM and two Shortwave bands for worldwide listening. The dial lights up in multiple colors, offering a warm glow to any room. This beautiful six-tube radio has had all period capacitors replaced, all tubes checked and replaced and a new power cord. All controls have been cleaned and lubed to operate as new. An aux input can be added at no extra charge. Comes with a one-year warranty on the electrical restoration. 36"H x 22"W x 11"D.  $795.00. (0150226)
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