Gary Fletcher's Radio Attic

the Radio Attic P.O. Box 414
Avon, Ohio 44011
   

I acquire radios based on their condition and originality.  I do not have experience in restoring the electronics, so if a radio is working it was that way when I got it.  I pack extremely carefully and use Fed Ex mostly to save you shipping costs.  If you'd like extra pictures, please let me know and I'll gladly send them to you; just e-mail me by clicking on my name link above, or by sending an e-mail to radiobarn@gmail.com.

I accept PayPal, cashier's checks, money orders & personal checks (must clear first).   I do not normally charge additional "handling/packing" fees.

 

 

Detrola 302 Clock Radio (1938)

Detrola 302 Clock Radio (1938)

Here is a very desirable Detrola clock radio with a unique teardrop and footed design that is deceptive in size, measuring only 10"W x 9-1/2"H x 4"D. The wooden case is striking with matched veneer on the front and attractive wood grain on the top and sides. It's in beautiful cosmetic condition not often found with no chips, digs nor missing veneer. The horizontal marquetry strip on the front is excellent, tight and complete while the dial face, pointer and dial cover are in great shape, grille cloth tight with no fraying, bullet knobs that are original to the set and the bottom label mostly intact. The radio's electronics are complete, the chassis clean and rust free and it powers on producing light static but no reception. The clock face is very sharp but the clock is not running and the wires were disconnected and removed for safety reasons. I do not restore radios and am not a technician. I acquire and sell them as found for display purposes.  $435.00. (0910239)

 

Emerson 418 "Bullseye" w/Ingraham Cabinet (1941)

Emerson 418 "Bullseye" w/Ingraham Cabinet (1941)

Offered is an outstanding example of Ingraham craftsmanship that was probably done by their more experienced woodworkers. This has been called the "Humpback" and "Pig Snout" but I'd rather refer to it as a precursor to the Eames and Mid-Century era with its rounded corners at top and bottom. The single piece wood grille is a show stopper and is usually showing scrapes and dents; this example is in superb condition, as is the entire case. The whole cabinet is tight and in the nicest cosmetic condition I've seen. The pin striping on the left, top and right sides is totally intact and tight. The stunning and intricate Art Deco dial is excellent, the dial pointer straight with no tarnishing of the metal or flaking of the red paint. The bottom Ingraham label (a $15-20 value alone) is intact and not bent. As for the sound, it's as full and mellow as you'd expect a nearly 80-year old musical wood instrument to be with very nice volume and selectivity and clean sound. An impressive set; you'll be hard pressed to find one in nicer condition. 14-1/2"W x 9-1/2"H x 7"D.  $395.00. (0910237)
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