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I am in Canada.  I have been collecting and repairing antique radios for over 50 years and now is the time to sell.

Prices are in US dollars.  I accept PayPal.  Shipping is extra as per your preference. It will be insured when requested at your cost.  There will be no cost for handling/packing (unless the radio is large).  Packing will be very secure.  For any questions send an email to the above address.


I want the buyer to be satisfied.  All radios are restored and working.  Old radios do not necessarily perform like the newer ones, so do not try to work on them.  All radios are tested.  If you have a problem when you receive it, e-mail me as soon as possible in case it is a minor problem.  Should you request a refund, excluding shipping costs, the radio must first be returned in the same condition it was shipped.
 
My Radio Attic is having a SALE!

 

Baby Tucky Radio

ON SALE
until
March 19

Baby Tucky Radio

Transistor radio, retro 1950's styling. AM/FM bands, has extendable antenna. New in original box. Works great, sounds good, lots of stations.  Was $50.00, now $35.00. (1540012)

 

Coors Beer Can (1970s)

ON SALE
until
March 19

Coors Beer Can (1970s)

Transistor radio. 1970s. Looks great, sounds good. Good condition. Takes two 1.5V batteries (not included).  Was $18.00, now $14.00. (1540013)

 

Emerson 540A "Emersonette"

ON SALE
until
March 19

Emerson 540A "Emersonette"

Midget-sized radio. Electronics restored. Uses "inductor tuning" to reduce chassis size. Bullet knobs correct. Original AC cord and plug. Works best with antenna (supplied). Gets lots of stations. Sounds good and works good.  Was $145.00, now $125.00. (1540016)

 

Emerson 610 (1949)

ON SALE
until
March 19

Emerson 610 (1949)

Beautiful Emerson maroon, model 587,610, 616, 636, information on bottom. Electronics restored, six tubes. Everything original, works and sounds good. 3/16" long mark on top.  Was $125.00, now $115.00. (1540003)

 

Emerson 724D Clock Radio (1953)

Emerson 724D Clock Radio (1953)

Five tubes. Electronics restored. Works good and sounds good. Some discoloration on the "bright" of one knob.  $130.00. (1540009)

 

General Electric C65 Clock Radio

ON SALE
until
March 19

General Electric C65 Clock Radio

A beautiful 1960 GE clock radio. Sounds good. Electronics restored. All knobs, back cover, and AC plug and cord original.  Was $80.00, now $70.00. (1540004)

 

Guild Jewelry Box (1950)

ON SALE
until
March 19

Guild Jewelry Box (1950)

Bottom two drawers are velveteen lined for jewelry. Handles on sides. Very good sensitivity throughout the whole band. Has loop antenna. 12"H x 9"W x 6-1/2"D.  Was $200.00, now $175.00. (1540005)

 

Panasonic R-47A Cube (1970s)

ON SALE
until
March 19

Panasonic R-47A Cube (1970s)

Nice clean look, modern design. Good volume. Many stations. Ear jack on lower back. 9V battery.  Was $60.00, now $49.00. (1540014)

 

Philco NT900-BKG

ON SALE
until
March 19

Philco NT900-BKG

Nine-transistor AM Radio. Precision tuning. New in box. Comes with earphones, strap, and manual.  Was $110.00, now $90.00. (1540015)

 

Piggy Bank Radio

ON SALE
until
March 19

Piggy Bank Radio

Cute gift for little girl. Not a money bank. Radio controls are under the ears. Good sound. Receives lots of stations. Uses two 1.5V batteries (not included).  Was $28.50, now $20.00. (1540010)

 

Tom Thumb Portable (1947)

ON SALE
until
March 19

Tom Thumb Portable (1947)

AC/DC, four tubes, electronics restored. Original black alligator/brown plastic cover. Plays good, sounds good.  Was $250.00, now $198.00. (1540011)
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