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Airline 05BR-1525B (1955)

Airline 05BR-1525B (1955)

This is an AM All-American Five-tube Superheterodyne radio. It has been completely recapped and has a new power cord. The brown Walnut case is in excellent condition without any cracks, chips or scratches. It has a built-in wire-wound antenna for great reception all across the dial. 10-1/2"W x 7"H x 6"D.  $97.50. (0021385)

 

Airline 25GSL-1814A (1952)

Airline 25GSL-1814A (1952)

This vintage Airline model is a bit unusual and rare, for I haven't seen this model before and I have been in the radio business for quite a long time. I have completely restored it, replacing all of the older paper and wax type capacitors with newer longer lasting ones. Also replaced the old style electrolytic capacitors which cause that hum that you hear in older radios when they go bad. All the tubes have been checked on my tester and I have replaced any of the bad ones with new, all circuits checked and working properly now and the radio sounds as nice as it looks. 10-3/4"W x 7"H x 7-3/4"D.  $194.50. (0021380)

 

Airline 74BK-1501B (1947)

Airline 74BK-1501B (1947)

Great little mini All American Five-tube Super-Heterodyne AM radio. It has been completely gone through and all of the old capacitors have been replaced with new ones, all tubes checked too. The reception is excellent surprisingly strong for such a little set. The Walnut Bakelite case is in very good condition without chips, cracks or scratches. Only 7-1/2"W x 6"H x 4-1/2"D.  $185.00. (0021360)

 

Airline 84KR-1521A (1948)

Airline 84KR-1521A (1948)

Pretty and bright red is this nice little Airline all metal cased four-tube receiver. A fairly nice working radio too for such a small set, it brings in stations clear and with plenty of volume. Only 8"W x 6"H x 4"D.  $125.00. (0021358)

 

Astron RS-20A Ham Radio Power Supply

Astron RS-20A Ham Radio Power Supply

115 VAC, 60 Hertz, output + 13.8 vdc 16 Amp continuous. 20 Amp regulated power supply.  $65.00. (0021368)

 

Crosley Bardstown Entertainment Stand

Crosley Bardstown Entertainment Stand

Bardstown Entertainment Stand, perfect for the Crosley Musician Entertainment Center. Paprika finish. 25"H x 20"W x 16"D.  $129.00. (0020960)

 

Crosley CR6016A "Spinnerette" USB Turntable

Crosley CR6016A "Spinnerette" USB Turntable

Preserving your vinyl collection to your computer is simply a click away. Easily take your favorite vinyl and convert them to digital files in just seconds. Simply plug in the USB cable, play your record and watch as the Spinnerette creates digital files on your computer. The Spinnerette interfaces with the USB port on any computer utilizing the supplied software; it's that easy. Belt drive, Diamond Stylus Needle, Plays three speeds, Comes with software for ripping and editing audio content. Portable Ready-Simply Plug-In your Portable Audio Device or MP3 Player. USB connection for Mac or PC. Dynamic Full Range Speaker. Colors Red or Teal. Item No. CR6016A. Click here to see a Crosley product that allows you to record your turntable, tape deck, or mixer into your computer!  $149.95. (0020872)

 

Crosley CR6017A Player Turntable

Crosley CR6017A Player Turntable

Featuring minimalist style and simplistic lines, the Crosley Player three-speed turntable marries mid-century design with modern audio conveniences. With analog AM/FM radio, a dynamic full-range speaker and a portable audio input for connecting MP3 players or other external devices, the Player will add an element of retro chic to any room in the house. Features NP6 diamond stylus needle, belt driven turntable. Plays three speeds: 33-1/3, 45 And 78rpm. Portable audio ready; simply plug in your portable audio device or MP3 player, fully automatic return tone arm, headphone jack, clear removable dust cover, AC power adapter (12VDC, 1500mA). 14"W x 4"H x 10-1/2"D.  $100.00. (0021065)

 

Denon DRR-680 Stereo Cassette Deck (1991)

Denon DRR-680 Stereo Cassette Deck (1991)

This stereo cassette tape deck was previously used and in perfect working and cosmetic condition. Get those wonderful old tapes you have saved out of the closet that you enjoyed in the past and play them with this great sounding system that features; Type: auto reverse, 2-head, single compact cassette deck, track system: 4-track, 2-channel stereo, tape speed: 4.8 cm/s, heads: 1 x record/playback, 1 x erase, motor: 1 x capstan, 1 x reel, tape type: type I, CrO2, metal, Noise Reduction: B, C, frequency response: 20Hz to 20kHz (Metal tape), signal to noise ratio: 74dB (Dolby C), Wow and flutter: 0.06% and total harmonic distortion: 3%. Also comes with complete operating instructions. 17"W x 5"H x 10"D.  $85.00. (0021317)

 

Emerson 5152 Tombstone (1936)

Emerson 5152 Tombstone (1936)

This is a real cutie and a rare one too. This little tombstone may be tiny but it has a lot of power. This tiny five-tube set has been completely restored with new capacitors thru-out, all circuits and tubes have been checked, all is working great. The finish is real nice, too. It has a lighted dial and measures just 13"H x 10"W x 6-1/2"D.  $295.00. (0021206)

 

Emerson AC-149 (1937)

Emerson AC-149 (1937)

Here is one of Emerson's early classics. A beautiful and completely flawless black over ivory Plaskon case. This handsome looking radio has had a complete electronic restoration, with all the old type capacitors replaced, every circuit and tube has been checked and it is now working even better then new. 12"W x 8"H x 6-1/2"D.  $315.00. (0021286)

 

Espey 6514 (1946)

Espey 6514 (1946)

Here is a well made and remarkably good performing radio and a fairly rare one, too. It has been totally restored and it is electronically perfect. The beautiful all solid wood cabinet has been professionally refinished to look as new. It has a lighted dial a new power cord, built-in antenna for good reception and good solid back cover. 12"W x 8-1/2"H x 6-1/2"D.  $225.00. (0021305)

 

Firestone Air Chief R-313-A (1939)

Firestone Air Chief R-313-A (1939)

The Art Deco Styling of this radio makes one take notice and sort of reminds me of the Sparton Sleigh or some of that era's modern radio styling. This is a very strong working set, a six tube Super-Heterodyne radio broadcasting on AM. The electronics have all been gone through and brought up to date with all modern parts to last for many more years of enjoyment. The grand looking cabinet has also been professionally refinished. Lighted dial, original knobs and pushbuttons. 18"W x 10"H x 8-1/2"D; weighs 18 pounds.  $245.00. (0021160)

 

General Electric 7-4501 Clock Radio (1975)

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General Electric 7-4501 Clock Radio (1975)

Great working AM/FM clock radio, all working perfectly bringing in stations nice and clear. A very good radio for daily use any place in the home, office or shop. The nice case is a black plastic with simulated wood on the top and sides. There are no chips cracks or scratches. Very nice! 6"W x 5-1/2"H x 4-1/4"D.  $39.50. (0021416)

 

General Electric 62 Clock Radio (1947-48)

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General Electric 62 Clock Radio (1947-48)

Nice looking cream colored cabinet off-set by a bright red and green dial. The radio has been electronically restored and is working very nicely. The clock keeps excellent time and the alarm works very well, too. 10-1/2"W x 6-1/4"H x 6"D.  $119.00. (0021417)

 

General Electric 102 (1948)

General Electric 102 (1948)

This model was such a great success, the chassis for it was used in at least six other GE models. The radio has been gone through and has been completely restored, with all electronics tested and updated with new longer lasting electronic parts. It has great reception due to a very large built-in loop antenna. The case is in excellent condition too with no flaws at all. 12"W x 8"H x 7"D.  $145.00. (0021070)

 

General Electric CL-541 (1946-47)

General Electric CL-541 (1946-47)

This excellent looking radio is a bit rare and I was not able to find out very much on this nice General Electric set which was made in Canada. Its small solid wood case has been professionally refinished now, and all the electronics have been replaced with newer upgrades to last for a very long time. This radio functions and sounds better then it ever did when new. It has a good solid back cover and a new power cord. 10"W x 7"H x 5-1/2"D.  $195.00. (0021294)

 

German Victrola

German Victrola

I don't have any idea when this copy of what appears to be the upscale model of a 1911 Victor Victrola model VV-IX Type D was produced or how it came to America, but I have it and it is a real charmer. It's in excellent working condition and the case is in very nice condition too. There is no corrosion on any of the metal parts, the turntable green felt cover appears like new and there extra new needles.  $275.00. (0021251)

 

Gilfillan 5AD-W (1942)

Gilfillan 5AD-W (1942)

Small five-tube AM broadcast. Electronically restored and working well. The case is in nice condition with exception to a repaired crack on the bottom screw hole (see extra photos). 8"W x 5"H x 4-3/4"D.  $98.00. (0020864)

 

Gilfillan 56A (1946)

Gilfillan 56A (1946)

This nice looking little set has been completely gone thru; all of the older paper capacitors have been replaced with new types, all tubes have been checked, everything has been carefully checked out and this radio is working very well all thru the dial. The solid wood case is in pretty nice and mostly original condition, looks like some wood stain work has been done, looks good. 12"W x 6-1/2"H x 6-1/2"D.  $145.00. (0021355)

 

Kenwood Microphones

Kenwood Microphones

Both microphones are working and had been used on the Kenwood TS-870 and the TS-120S. These are sold separately. Each for  $20.00. (0020972)

 

Kenwood TR-7600 Two-Meter Transceiver/ Astatic 575-M6 Microphone

Kenwood TR-7600 Two-Meter Transceiver/ Astatic 575-M6 Microphone

Good working Kenwood Transceiver with the highly regarded and sought after Astatic 575-M6 mic. The Kenwood TR-7600 is a digitally synthesized high performance, two-meter mobile transceiver featuring a four digit LED frequency display with memory. The transmit power can be set for 1 or 10 watts. Frequency range is 144-147.995 MHz. Included is the Astatic 575-M6 Power microphone famous for being the best sounding mobile mic made and rated No. 1 by radio operators world wide. With the volume and tone controls you're able to adjust the audio that best suits you.  $139.00. (0021104)

 

Learadio 561 (1945)

Learadio 561 (1945)

Very nice looking AM broadcast radio and after some electronic repair and up-grades it's working beautifully. This model 561 has a Bakelite case and has the same five-tube chassis as the models 562 and 563 and has the same internal loop antenna. 10-1/2"W x 8"H x 7"D.  $199.00. (0020953)

 

Magnavox 1FM031 AM/FM (1967)

Magnavox 1FM031 AM/FM (1967)

This solid state stereo set is in almost perfect condition. It has perfect sound control all across the dial with a nice tone quality for your musical enjoyment. The walnut cabinet cabinet is really very nice. 27"W x 8-3/8"H x 6-1/2"D.  $119.00. (0021409)

 

Majestic 463 by Grigsby-Grunow (1933)

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Majestic 463 by Grigsby-Grunow (1933)

How do we call this one "Ultra Modern" or do we call it "Art Deco?" Whatever we do call its styling, it is pretty good to look at. This is one of the most sensational radios ever introduced by Grigsby-Grunow at the 1933 Chicago International Exposition. The cabinet which has been professionally refinished is made of blended Walnut with Lacewood and beautiful flashing Chromium grille and Chromium plate escutcheon dial plate. This fine set has been completely restored, every circuit, every tube, nothing has been left unchecked and she sounds loud and clear. 12-3/4"W x 13-1/4"H x 9-1/4"D.  $650.00. (0021415)

 

Motorola 52B5 (1951-52)

Motorola 52B5 (1951-52)

This good looking AM broadcast portable radio has an all metal case with a gold painted top and the lower covered with a black vinyl material. There are no scuffs in the vinyl or cracks or breaks, it's a very solid, nice case. The electronics have been upgraded with all the newer electronic parts and the radio plays very well, loud and clear and bringing in many stations. It works on standard AC household current. When it was used as a portable radio it required two "D" size batteries and a 67.5 volt "B" battery which is no longer available. 8-1/4"W x 6-1/4"H x 2-1/4"D.  $69.00. (0021132)

 

National Panasonic RE-744 (1960)

National Panasonic RE-744 (1960)

This is a seven-tube AM-FM with UHF Super-Heterodyne radio manufactured in Japan in 1960. It is in great working condition, working very well on both AM and the FM bands with a very clear and clean good quality crisp tones. 16-1/2"W x 8-1/2"H x 6"D.  $97.50. (0021408)

 

Packard-Bell 533 (1954)

Packard-Bell 533 (1954)

Take a trip back to the Golden Age of radio broadcasting. This vintage radio was meticulously restored electronically and cosmetically to a wonderful working and great looking condition. The electronics have been gone thru, replacing all the old type capacitors, tubes checked and those that were burned out or did not test good have been replaced with new or test like new tubes. The drop front Honey Tone Knotty Pine cabinet has been refinished by a professional furniture restorer and looks as it did over 60 years ago. 22"H x 14"W x 11"D.  $225.00. (0021244)

 

Panasonic RE-7367 (1968)

Panasonic RE-7367 (1968)

Here is very handsome and great working radio with its classy looking chrome and wood design that captures everyone's attention right away. This AM/FM solid state radio has dual speakers and volume to spare. A very nice radio. 15-3/4"W x 8"H x 4-1/2"D.  $139.50. (0021397)

 

Paramount Radio (about 1938)

Paramount Radio (about 1938)

I searched for information about this radio set but was never able to locate a thing about it and have no idea what the model number is. It's a six-tube superhet, and I have completely gone thru it with all the old capacitors replaced with the newer longer lasting types. Of course checked all tubes. It is a very strong and clear playing radio with no hum and brings in stations with plenty of volume. It has a nice looking lighted dial and a large wire-wound antenna for that good reception and as you see it has a good solid back cover. The cabinet is original and untouched but looks nice. 17"W x 9"H x 8"D.  $225.00. (0021373)

 

Philco 41-221 (1941)

Philco 41-221 (1941)

This set is what was known as a "Mantel Radio" in its time. It has been electronically restored now and has all brand new capacitors and electrolytics, all tubes have been checked on my tube checker and this nice looking radio sounds perfect and brings in your stations with good clear sound. It can also receive on short wave. 13-1/2"W x 7-1/4"H x 6-1/4"D.  $225.00. (0021404)

 

Philco 42-350 (1942)

Philco 42-350 (1942)

This radio has been professionally refinished and all of the old capacitors have been replaced with the new long lasting types and it is working very well; I even picked up a little short-wave after sundown. It is a seven-tube radio with the standard broadcast, short-wave and has the old very early FM set up which doesn't come in well. The push buttons are preset for this area and may work just fine in yours too. 18-1/2"W x 11"H x 10-1/2"D.  $269.00. (0021407)

 

Philco 42-PT-3 (1942)

Philco 42-PT-3 (1942)

Here's a fine pre-War Philco radio which has been totally restored and is working beautifully with clear clean broadcast all across its dial. The case is in pretty fair condition too, with exception to a noted blemish seen in the one photo but considering this radio is now almost seventy and just no telling what it's seen. 12"W x 8"H x 9"D.  $135.00. (0021413)

 

Philco 46-421 (1946)

Philco 46-421 (1946)

I think this is one of the nicer radios in the Philco radio line, a good sounding six-tube Super-Heterodyne set with a fair size 4x6-inch elliptical speaker. This nice looking radio has been beautifully refinished and completely restored with all of the old type paper capacitors being replaced by the new modern long lasting style, the electrolytics too have also been replaced, those are the caps that cause that awful hum that you often hear in these older radios. All the circuits have been checked thru and this radio is now working beautifully and ready to serve a new owner for many years to come.This has a nice lighted dial, a large wire-wound antenna for excellent reception and it also has a new power cord. 14"W x 8"H x 6-1/2"D.  $225.00. (0021402)

 

Philco 48-214 (1948)

Philco 48-214 (1948)

Here I have a very sharp looking Philco "Transitone" five-tube AM radio. It has been fully restored replacing all older capacitors and electrolytics; tubes have all been checked and weak or bad tubes have been replaced with either new or test like new tubes. This is a very nice performing set with clear tone bringing in many stations all around the dial. The nice looking solid wood case is in good condition as well. 13-1/4"W x 7-1/2"H x 6-1/2"D.  $159.50. (0021406)

 

Philco 50-526 (1950)

Philco 50-526 (1950)

This stylish looking five-tube, AM broadcast radio has been restored and is working beautifully. The maroon Bakelite case is in excellent condition with no cracks, scratches or chips. 12"W x 8"H x 7"D.  $110.00. (0021171)

 

RCA 86T (1937)

RCA 86T (1937)

Six-tube Super-Heterodyne set that receives on AM and Short-Wave. It's been restored, all of the older type capacitors have been replaced with the newer longer lasting types. Also the electrolytics have been replaced too; they are the type of parts in these old radios when they go bad they cause a terrible hum. All of the tubes have been checked out on my tube checker and any poorly performing tubes have been replaced with either new old stock or ones that tested like new. This radio performs very well. A new power cord has replaced the old one. The cabinet has been refinished to look as it did when new.  $375.00. (0021387)

 

Sentinel 333W (1949)

Sentinel 333W (1949)

This set has a Bakelite case that is in very good condition with no chips, cracks or deep scratches. It has a lighted dial. Some electronic work has been done in the past I see, I have checked all tubes and replaced several with new or test like new tubes. In checking it the AM broadcast is working very well but no working FM. So this set is sold as just an AM set.   $79.50. (0021386)

 

Silvertone 1591 "Custom" (1940-41)

Silvertone 1591 "Custom" (1940-41)

This is quite different from any of the other Sears 1591 models that I have come across over the years as it's all nicely decorated with colorful designs of fruits and flowers and quite nicely done. The radio receives broadcasts on AM with a Shortwave band and also shows the old Police band too. This is a nine-tube set and is what's called a Superheterodyne. Sears named it a "Radionet" because it has a special built-in antenna system to help bring in those distant stations. It is working perfectly; all the old capacitors have now been replaced with the newer types and it also has new filter capacitors, and a nice long vintage cloth covered style power cord and a vintage plug to match. All of the tubes have checked out good, it has a nice bright tuning eye too. 18"W x 16"H x 10"D.  $425.00. (0021381)

 

Silvertone 2001 (1950-53)

Silvertone 2001 (1950-53)

Very compact four-tube mini radio with a metal case. I have replaced the electrolytic, filter capacitors and other caps, tubes were checked replacing those that were weak or not working with new or test like new tubes. It now is working very well. It also has a new power cord. There are a couple of scratches but overall it's in nice cosmetic condition and very clean with no dents. 8-3/4"W x 5"H x 4"D.  $90.00. (0021248)

 

Silvertone 4660 (1938)

Silvertone 4660 (1938)

This Silvertone radio receives broadcasts on AM as well as on a Short-Wave band. The great looking gold dial is a real head turner. Silvertone offered many models with this gold dial combination. Combined with the nice bright tuning eye, it really sets this radio off. The cabinet styling is very attractive as you can see. This set has been refurbished to its present condition. I have replaced all old wax capacitors. All the controls were tested and lubricated. All the tubes were tested as were the resistors. The power cord has been replaced with a better heavy-duty cord. In some areas it may require the use of a long wire antenna to bring in some distant stations (your area may be different and not even require it). It plays loud and clear with that warm tube sound that only a vintage tube set can give. All the knobs are original. I have installed a new old stock tuning eye which as you can see is very bright. The cabinet has been professionally refinished. 17"W x 10"H x 7"D.  $345.00. (0021376)

 

Silvertone 6120 AM/SW (1939)

Silvertone 6120 AM/SW (1939)

Beautiful and completely restored is this 1930's Art Deco period radio cabinet which I'm told was made by Ingraham. It's been professionally and beautifully refinished as well as electronically restored and sounds great. It's a six tube Super-Heterodyne AM with Short-Wave. 14-1/2"W x 9"H x 7"D.  $449.00. (0021257)

 

Silvertone 8206 (1957)

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Silvertone 8206 (1957)

This is a pretty nice little Coral colored radio that is working; there aren't any cracks in it, it has some scratches that could possibly be buffed away to look better. The leather case is in fair condition too. Works on a 9 volt battery. 6-1/2"W x 3-1/2"W x 1-3/4"D.  $59.00. (0021419)

 

Silvertone 9001 (1949)

Silvertone 9001 (1949)

This mini Art Deco radio has been completely gone through and is working very well. The older capacitors have been replaced with newer long lasting ones, all tubes have been checked and those that did not meet good performance checks have been replaced. It also has a new power cord. 8-1/4"W x 6"H x 5-1/2"D.  $129.00. (0021266)

 

Sonora Speaker (1924)

Sonora Speaker (1924)

Tested and working. I replaced the connection cable with a new one and put it to the test with a 9V battery and got a good click. The nice looking wood case is in all original condition and looks nice.  $145.00. (0021308)

 

Sony ICF-9740W (1979-80)

Sony ICF-9740W (1979-80)

Two-band FM-AM Tabletop radio, in very nice working condition. These are very good receivers on both AM and FM. They're a very clear, clean crisp sounding set bringing in many stations. Very good for your every day use.  $67.50. (0021394)

 

Stewart-Warner 9001-E (1946)

Stewart-Warner 9001-E (1946)

This beautiful dual-drop-leaf table radio has been professionally and beautifully refinished and it has been electronically restored and works like new. This is a strong six-tube superheterodyne set that receives broadcasts on shortwave as well as AM. It has a self-contained wire-wound loop antenna which gives it good long range reception. It has pushbutton tuning and the controls are volume/power/tone/tuner and band switch. 29"H x 18"W x 18"D when closed; about 35"W when both drop leaves are open.  $545.00. (0021364)

 

Stromberg-Carlson 1000-H (1948)

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Stromberg-Carlson 1000-H (1948)

Nice looking brown Bakelite set; the case is in very good condition with no chips or cracks in it. The knobs are original as well as the speaker cloth which is in nice condition. It has been electronically restored and is working and sounds like new now. 13-1/4"W x 8-1/4"H x 8"D.  $119.00. (0021418)

 

Sylvania 511B (1951)

Sylvania 511B (1951)

This radio is an All American Five (tube) Super-Heterodyne AM set which has been electronically restored. All of the old paper and wax capacitors are gone and have been replaced with new modern, longer lasting capacitors also the old filter or electrolytic capacitors have also been replaced. It is working perfectly and all ready for a new life. The good looking black and gold trimmed case has been buffed up to a real nice shine. Note! There is a 1/4" what looks to be a crack in the lower right back bottom corner but doesn't appear to go completely thru. Couldn't get a picture because of the shine. Never even noticed it myself until I was polishing it. I have adjusted the price accordingly. 10-1/2"W x 6-1/2"H x 5-/2"D.  $119.50. (0021344)

 

Telex Hy-Gain Direction Control

Telex Hy-Gain Direction Control

This is used. It is working, well cared for and clean.  $95.00. (0021369)

 

Trav-Ler 46-37 Karenola (1956-57)

Trav-Ler 46-37 Karenola (1956-57)

This nice little AM Superheterodyne Midget radio only has five tubes, but it has BIG sound. It has a built-in antenna for very good reception. The cream color case almost looks like a Plaskon type plastic. There is a small one and a half inch very thin stress crack on the top right (see extra photos), it is priced accordingly. Only 9-1/2"W x 6"H x 5"D.  $87.50. (0021188)

 

Trav-Ler 5002 (1943)

Trav-Ler 5002 (1943)

This is a mantle midget style six-tube radio that has been fully restored and is working beautifully. The Bakelite case has been professionally repainted in what is called Colonial Red. 9-3/4"W x 6-1/2"H x 5-1/2"D.  $159.50. (0021411)

 

Trav-Ler 5015 (1947)

Trav-Ler 5015 (1947)

Nice little AM broadcast set, a five-tube Super-Heterodyne type. It has been electronically restored and is working very well. I have re-painted it the same color that it was before; it was pretty badly scratched up when I received it. It will now look nice in most any room. 10"W x 6-1/2"H x 6"D.  $159.50. (0021347)

 

Trav-Ler 5015 (1948)

Trav-Ler 5015 (1948)

Completely restored is this nice working set. I have replaced all of the older capacitors, tubes have been tested and some replaced and the set performs like new with good selectivity and volume across the dial. The Bakelite case is in excellent condition too and without any cracks, chips or scratches. 10"W x 6-1/4"H x 6"D.  $119.00. (0021393)

 

Trav-Ler 5028A (1948)

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Trav-Ler 5028A (1948)

This is a little five-tube beauty that has been electronically restored, all recapped, tubes checked out, completely gone through and is working perfectly, it sounds great for such a small set. It looks like the previous owner took pretty good care of it because the cabinet is in very nice cosmetic condition. I checked it over pretty good when I was cleaning it and there aren't any scuff marks on the simulated snake skin cover anyplace I could see just one of the nicest I have seen. The case measures 8-3/4"W x 5-1/4"H x 4-3/4"D.  $159.50. (0021414)

 

Troy "Rinky Tinky Band" Radio (1938?)

Troy "Rinky Tinky Band" Radio (1938?)

This radio with its custom Rinky Tinky Band theme depicted on it is a real mystery; I have searched but haven't found any information on the radio itself. No schematics or other photos of it, nothing about the identity of just this radio without the custom design and have no idea as to it's model number so if there is someone out there that can help I would sure be pleased. This is a good strong playing radio and sounds great. The electronics have been completely gone thru on it and all of the older capacitors have all been replaced, some of the wiring has been replaced too. Tubes have all been checked, it has a new power cord. The nice looking dial has a back-light. The magic tuning eye you see there in the dial is nice and bright. 14"W x 9-1/2"H x 6-1/2"D.  $359.00. (0021401)

 

Vintage Radio Note Cards

Vintage Radio Note Cards

Six card set of note cards with matching antique gold envelopes. Folded card size is 6" x 4-1/2". In plastic bag.  $7.95. (0020958)

 

Vintage Radio Note Cards, Set #2

Vintage Radio Note Cards, Set #2

Set of Six "RADIO NEWS" Note Cards and envelopes.  $7.95. (0020983)

 

Vintage Radio Note Cards, Set #3

Vintage Radio Note Cards, Set #3

Six cards with envelopes.  $7.95. (0020984)

 

Westinghouse H-791P6 (1961)

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Westinghouse H-791P6 (1961)

This is a very nice working vintage six-transistor radio that has been well cared for; it has no cracks, chips or any deep scratches on it. The color is a combination of beige and vermilion, very nice. It is powered by four "AA" batteries (not included.) 6-3/4"H x 4"W x 2"D.  $64.00. (0021420)

 

Zenith 5-D-810Y (1949)

Zenith 5-D-810Y (1949)

All American Five-tube set, electronically restored, all of the old capacitors have now been removed and replaced by longer lasting modern Mylar type. Also the electrolytic capacitors have been upgraded to the newer modern types so there will be no more hum. All tubes have been checked. It's a pretty strong receiver with great sensitivity, bringing in all kinds of stations around the dial with volume to spare. A good radio for your every day and favorite AM listening.  $110.00. (0021392)

 

Zenith G-510 (1949)

Zenith G-510 (1949)

This is an All American Five-tube Super-Heterodyne set which has been all restored with the newer and longer lasting capacitors installed. All of the tubes have been checked on my tube checker; some replacements were made and now this radio is working beautifully and receiving so many stations all around the dial and with plenty of volume too. The Bakelite case is in very nice condition. 12"W x 7"H x 6"D.  $165.00. (0021389)

 

Zenith T723 AM-FM (1956)

Zenith T723 AM-FM (1956)

This handsome Zenith seven-tube Superhet radio has been electronically restored and is working beautifully now with excellent reception on both of the AM and FM bands. The Bakelite case has been polished to a nice shine too, and it looks very nice. 12"W x 7"H x 7"D.  $199.00. (0021405)

 

Zenith X323 AM/FM (1959)

Zenith X323 AM/FM (1959)

This nice looking AM/FM set has a good strong volume, great sensitivity and good crisp, clean sound, receiving many stations on both the AM and the FM bands. A Good set for every day radio listening. Nice looking solid wood cabinet. 13-1/2"W x 7"H x 6"D.  $159.50. (0021395)
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"Just wanted to send a quick note to tell you how much I've enjoyed the Channel Master 6535 set I bought from you back in August. The set plays wonderful and is a truly great looking set. I use it mostly to transmit OTR shows and they sound magical with the warm sound of the tubes and the wood of the cabinet. I can't thank you enough." -- C.M.W.
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"The Delmonico was in dire need of repair and you knew exactly what it needed. Your meticulous care and stellar workmanship was amazing. I still don't know how I would've got it working again had I not found you. You're a gem !! As I had conveyed earlier, this stereo is a cherished family treasure and we're elated to have it playing again during our morning routine while getting ready for work/school." -- Laurie, CA
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