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My Radio Attic is having a SALE!

 

Airline 04BR-514 (1939)

ON SALE
until
July 6

Airline 04BR-514 (1939)

I am offering for sale this rarely seen ivory colored Airline radio. The Airline brand was Montgomery Ward's exclusive line of radios. Employing the top "modern" designers of the day, Airline radios were known for their unique designs and high quality construction. This original finish ivory white, Bakelite tabletop is chock full of charming appeal. It is hard to find an example of this radio in such nice original condition. Furnished with ultra-modern preset buttons, this little chump featured cutting edge technology (for 1939). This well designed radio has a big sound in a small package. With the flip of a switch you can enjoy the unmistakable warm rich audio that only tube technology can deliver. The back of the radio is as I have had it for many years in my collection. Reproduction backs are available online. This five-tube AM radio has had all period capacitors replaced, all tubes checked and replaced. All controls have been cleaned and lubed to operate as new and a new cord has been added. Comes with a one-year warranty on the electrical restoration. 10"W x 7"H x 6"D.  Was $225.00, now $165.00. (0150234)

 

Arkay S5E (1947)

Arkay S5E (1947)

A hard to find radio! It was sold only in "kit" form, so relative to other manufacturers there were not many produced. This example in brown/black mottled Bakelite has plenty of shine but no cracks/chips! The matching Bakeite control knobs are excellent as is the crisp tan/black/silver dial scale, clear cover and the "propeller" dial pointer. The original cardboard back. The five-tube AM-only chassis plays well and has been electronically restored. A small set with Deco style ready to display! 9"W x 6"H x 5-1/2"D.  $185.00. (0150236)

 

Carborundum Crystal Radio (1918)

Carborundum Crystal Radio (1918)

Here is a chance to own a true piece of radio history. This a very rare 1918 Carborundum Crystal radio. This rare radio came out of the estate of a very old collector. It was on display in his local museum. Carborundum crystals were discovered in 1906 and due to the high cost, were only used in high end radios of the day and situations were crystal stability was critical. Very few of examples of these radios have survived. The crystal is activated by the applying current to the crystal. It is much easier to use and more reliable than a cat whisker crystal. Included are a pair of American Telegraph & Telephone headphones that are dated Jan 23, 1918. Every radio collector should have at least one historical piece in their collection. This would be a great one to have.  $175.00. (0150249)

 

Crosley 178 (1934)

Crosley 178 (1934)

This is a very rare Crosley 178 Art Deco floor model radio. I have been collecting for 30 years and have never seen another example of this set. This top of the line Crosley radio uses some of the nicest veneers and inlays that I have ever seen. The design and craftsmanship are amazing. This seven-tube radio features AM and Shortwave bands. It has had a complete electronic restoration and plays and sounds great (12 month warranty). The cabinet was restored using the finest stains, toning lacquers, and looks fantastic. I can add an Aux input at no extra charge if desired. I can arrange affordable shipping or will hold for pick up. Please email me for a shipping quote. Don't miss the opportunity to own this fantastic Crosley radio. 34"H x 20"W x 12"D.  $695.00. (0150246)

 

Philco 91B Cathedral (1934)

ON SALE
until
July 6

Philco 91B Cathedral (1934)

I am offering for sale this beautiful Philco 91A Cathedral radio that is in excellent original condition. This great looking radio was designed by the famous Philco designer Clyde Shuler. It was Philco's Top Of The Line radio for 1934. Rarely do you find a cabinet that is in such nice original condition. This high performance nine-tube radio features push-pull Class A audio along with a shadow meter for easy tuning. The chassis has been completely restored and this radio plays great, picking up stations strongly all across the dial. Comes with a twelve-month warranty. This is a hard to find radio that doesn't come up often. Don't miss the opportunity to add this one to your collection. 19"H x 16-1/4"W x 11-1/2"D.  Was $425.00, now $325.00. (0150247)

 

Setchell-Carlson 416 (1946)

ON SALE
until
July 6

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.  Was $165.00, now $125.00. (0150212)

 

Silvertone 4660 (1937)

Silvertone 4660 (1937)

Here is great looking Silvertone radio featuring their famous Silvertone Golden Dial. This set has AM and Shortwave bands and plays strong on both bands. It also has the feature of the green magic tuning eye. The eye is very bright and responsive. Some collectors refer to this particular model as the "Indian Chief" due to the intricate grille design. Call it what you will, it's beautiful! This lovely cabinet has been refinished using toning and finishing lacquers, producing a gorgeous finish. The electronics have been completely restored. All electrolytic and wax capacitors have been replaced. Tubes and resistors were checked and replaced if required. Power cord has been replaced. 90 day warranty. I've added an MP3 input for your listening enjoyment. 16-1/2"W x 10-1/2"H x 7-1/2"D.  $325.00. (0150248)

 

Sparton 648 Tombstone (1934)

ON SALE
until
July 6

Sparton 648 Tombstone (1934)

Sparton radios are a favorite among collectors for their Deco design, colorful dials and fabulous performance. This Art Deco Sparton shows the reason they are so collectable. This set features a beautifully designed cabinet with contrasting veneers and a wonderfully designed dial and escutcheon. Offering AM and Shortwave bands for Local and Worldwide reception (notice the Globes on the dial) this radio plays great picking up station strongly on all bands. The sound is exceptional with plenty of volume. The cabinet has been professionally restored using proper stains and lacquers. It really looks fantastic. The chassis is clean and has had a total restoration: all capacitors replaced, out-of-tolerance resistors replaced, tubes checked and replaced where needed, a new cord has been added for safety. Comes with a 12-month warranty. I can add an Aux Input at no extra charge is desired. Please email me with any questions. This is great set to add to your collection.  Was $375.00, now $295.00. (0150245)

 

Truetone D-724 "Globetrotter" (1937)

NEW!

Truetone D-724 "Globetrotter" (1937)

This is a beautiful example of a Detrola radio made for Western Auto. The radio is constructed with finest American walnut and has been expertly refinished using the proper stains and lacquers and looks fantastic. The radio is a high-end eight-tube super-het; playing through an 8-inch Rola speaker, it's a top performer in every way. The 6-inch dial is brightly lit and stationed, it also features a bright, responsive tuning eye tube. Totally restored and playing strong on AM and Shortwave bands. An aux input can be installed at no extra charge to listen your favorite music right through this great sounding radio. This is a set that you can enjoy listening to daily. 21"W x 12"H x 9-1/2"D.  $425.00. (0150251)

 

Zenith 9-S-262 AM/SW Console (1938)

NEW!

Zenith 9-S-262 AM/SW Console (1938)

This is a wonderful Zenith Shutterdial 9-S-262 console (1938). This beautiful black Shutterdial console has all of the Top Of The Line features you would want from a Zenith: like motorized tuning, Local and Distance selector, adjustable bass response, bright green tuning eye, superb audio sound, and the famous Zenith Shutterdial. The cabinet is stunning and is made with Walnut and has beautiful quilted maple inlays. Absolutely breathtaking in looks. Beautifully refinished, as nice as you will ever see. Shutters are excellent and have no corrosion or paint loss. The chassis is in excellent condition as well. This radio has been totally electronically restored and plays great on AM and Shortwave bands with plenty of volume. All controls work perfectly. Grille cloth is the same as original. This is a Zenith radio that stands out in any room. Great design and great performance that you can enjoy every day. An Aux Input can be added at no extra charge to listen to your favorite songs through the radio. I can arrange affordable shipping. Please email me for a shipping quote. Don't miss the opportunity to own this outstanding radio! 42"H x 26"W x 16"D.  $1,195.00. (0150250)
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