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Lew Magrish
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All of my radios are reconditioned to offer many years of perfect performance.  The radios have seen a superb technician with forty-five years experience with the electronics of these old radios.  The work is done as if I was adding these radios to my own collection. We have an "old school" mentality and take no "short cuts."  The radios are tested and retested to offer the very best performance possible.  All of the work is strictly done by the book!

Expert repair is available. The work will be done by the highly trained and experienced repairman that refurbishes all of my electronics.  He will work with you directly for the fastest and most cost effective repairs.  Please contact him directly at eaudio@aol.com.

All of our radios have preinstalled mini-jacks at no additional charge. These are installed with no damage to the integrity of the radio or cabinet damage. These will allow you to input to your old radio from any modern device. These include phones, pad and computers. I enjoy listen through my broadband connection. My favorites are: www.pandora.com, www.iheart.com, and www.internet-radio.com. The content is prerecorded, live FM, and shortwave and free.

NOW! Bluetooth adaptors available with a simple add on. The cost is $25. Stream audio to your radio from any Bluetooth enabled device. The range of these units is 25-30 feet.

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Airline 62-147 Tombstone (1935)

Airline 62-147 Tombstone (1935)

Here is a nice medium sized AM/SW tombstone. The radio was made for the Montgomery Wards Company and offered a nice level of service. The radio looks to be made of maple, with a decent refinish by a previous owner. I believe the speaker cloth and knobs are originals. Note the trim embellishments which create a classic Deco look. Les has done his usual complete and professional repairs, returning the radio to a like new operating quality. He also has added a mini-jack to the radio for your external input device. Using a 3.5mm plug, this allows you a universal option of phones, pads and computers. The selection on the internet of free radio stations and music is fantastic. 15"H x 13-1/2"W x 10"D.  $499.00. (0961205)

 

Air Castle 6110 (1939)

Air Castle 6110 (1939)

This is an interesting six-tube super-het. Marketed by the famous Spiegel Company from Chicago, the radio has an unusual form factor and ornate cutout grille. Tune from six preset buttons or by depressing the tuning knob for a manual selection, the choice is yours. The radio is both AM and Shortwave in band selection and is complete with the factory installed parts and a fine older refinished cabinet. Les has done his outstanding repairs adding a brand new super bright and sensitive tuning eye which winks as you change from station to station. Les also added at no charge a mini-jack allowing you to connect an input device of your choice to the radio and listen to almost anything. These mini-jacks offer an unlimited amount of content and will make the radio all the more enjoyable. 19"W x 10-1/4"H x 9-1/4"D.  $399.00. (0961200)

 

Air Castle "Tulips" Tombstone (1937)

Air Castle "Tulips" Tombstone (1937)

Air Castle was the house brand for the famous Chicago based Spiegel catalog company. They were not a maker, but designed and contracted their products from some of the better factories and contract manufacturers. This happens to be a very rare radio. The radio is never found and very seldom seen. Note the name came from the highly deco cut out grille. The radio is subtly shaped in a slightly curved cabinet. The condition is outstanding with a terrific factory finish, and all of the factory installed parts. You will be delighted with the originality and performance from the six-tube super-het chassis. I bought this at auction out of the famous Mark Stein collection. In forty five years of active collecting, I had never seen another available to own. My technician has done all of the repairs necessary and the radio is a real performer. If you collect deco radios, in fine original condition, you would be hard pressed to find a better set to add to your collection. 16-1/4"H x 13"W x 9"D.  $599.00. (0961008)

 

American Bosch 440T "Around the Globe" (1935)

American Bosch 440T "Around the Globe" (1935)

You are looking at a rather unique customer favorite. The dial on this model offers a brightly lit turning globe highlighting the selection of stations. Also, it has dual tuning with macro/micro tuning for fine tuning. The cabinet is made of mahogany, and with some wear on both the right and left side to show for its 80+ years. There is also a small break on the top, so please study these photos carefully. I felt these were not worth refinishing the set. Les has done a fantastic repair to this radio bring the six-tube super-het chassis back to life. The radio is a remarkable player on both broadcast and shortwave. Les also added a mini-jack allowing the connection of an input device of your choice and the unlimited selection of content. Once you experience this feature, this radio will become your favorite "listener." 19-1/4"H x 15"W x 9"D.  $499.00. (0961218)

 

Arvin 517 "Rhythm Junior" Tombstone (1938)

Arvin 517 "Rhythm Junior" Tombstone (1938)

This is a midsized model in the very popular "Rhythm" series. The radio is a five-tube, two band radio playing AM and SW. The previous owner refinished the set in a nice black lacquer finish (not painted) and it is very unusual in appearance. The knobs are factory and the speaker cloth is replacement. The radio is really striking, and although I am an "old school" collector, I know there is a deep vein of interest in these dramatic finishes. Les did his complete repairs and has added a mini-jack for an unlimited choice of content. The radio sounds great! 16-1/2"H x 13-1/4"W x 10"D.  $699.00. (0961150)

 

Arvin 617B "Rhythm Maid"  Tombstone (1936)

Arvin 617B "Rhythm Maid" Tombstone (1936)

This is the later version of the Rhythm Maid, which is the second to largest of this cherished series. The radio plays on both AM and Shortwave from an advanced six-tube super-het chassis. Along with the very large cabinet, it plays through a full range eight inch speaker. The radio sports a multi-colored oversized(7") dial. The radio is all original with the exception of a period correct replacement speaker cloth. The condition of the radio is excellent. Les has made his exceedingly professional repairs and has brought the radio back to the superb playing condition. He has added a mini-jack to the set, so you can use your choice of input device and enjoy an unlimited choice of content. Use your phone, pad, or my favorite, internet radio. The choice of free content is unbelievable with fantastic sound quality! 21-1/2"H x 16-3/4"W x 13"D.  $899.00. (0961214)

 

Arvin 618 "Phantom Junior" (1938)

Arvin 618 "Phantom Junior" (1938)

Here is a highly desired radio in beautiful refinished condition. The radio is a finely engineered model offering the deluxe features of a brand new tuning eye and volume control. Note the fancy and contrasting veneers and waterfall front edge. These are terrific radios and prized by collectors. Note the highly stylized wood knobs and backlit pothole dial. A five-tube super-het, it plays on both AM and Shortwave. This example has had Les's quality repair and the radio is a terrific performer. He added a mini-jack which will dramatically allow you choice of any other content, from your external device. 14"W x 10"H x 9"D.  $499.00. (0961227)

 

Atwater Kent 80 Cathedral (1932)

Atwater Kent 80 Cathedral (1932)

In the early era of super-het receivers, there was no better name than Atwater Kent. Known for decades as the premier maker of fine radios, this model was the first to offer the high technology of automatic volume control. This model sported fine barley twist side columns and the ornate zebra-wood veneer arch. The example before you is a very fine example. The finish is very good and original. The speaker cloth and knobs are also factory original. Clearly, this example was well cared for over the decades and is a wonderful example. My tech has done a thorough repair of the six-tube chassis and has replaced all of the filter caps, and condensers that are prone to failure. Add a tuner alignment and a fine silk/cotton reproduction power cord and plug, makes this radio a solid player. 19-1/2"H x 16"W x 10"D.  $799.00. (0961022)

 

Atwater Kent 82 Cathedral (1932)

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Atwater Kent 82 Cathedral (1932)

This is the most desired of Atwater Kent cathedral radios. This particular radio is the nicest example that I have seen in a very long time. The company had a fine reputation for making the finest radios of this era. The fine electronics were the most advanced of the early super-het era, and the factory made some of the finest cabinets as well. Note the fine zebra wood veneers on the radio's arch and hand lathed barley twist columns. This particular radio has been beautifully refinished, with very tight factory speaker cloth and factory installed knobs. The radio is a classic seven-tube super-het with automatic volume control. Les has done an outstanding job making the repairs to the radio, and it plays great. Along with his professional repairs, he has added a mini-jack to accommodate an external input device. This will allow you an unlimited amount of content and use with your phone, pad or internet connection. Note the fine silk/cotton reproduction power cord and Bakelite plug, both reproduction and making the radio a safe set to play. 19"H x 15-1/2"W x 10"D.  $979.00. (0961232)

 

Atwater Kent 84 Cathedral (1931)

Atwater Kent 84 Cathedral (1931)

This is a fine example of a desired Atwater Kent cathedral radio. The company had a fine reputation for making the finest radios of this era. These fine electronics were the most advanced of the early super-het era, and the factory made some of the finest cabinets as well. This example has been nicely refinished by a previous owner and retains a perfect original speaker cloth and knobs. This example is as clean of a set as I have ever had for 85+ years of service. The radio has an accurate cloth covered cotton/silk reproduction power cord and plug. The radio is a classic seven-tube super-het with automatic volume control. Les has done an outstanding job making the repairs to the radio, and it plays great. Les also added a 3.5mm mini-jack to this set, allowing you to connect any modern device to the radio and play an unlimited amount of content of your choice. 19"H x 15-1/2"W x 10"D.  $799.00. (0961224)

 

Atwater Kent 206 Cathedral (1934)

Atwater Kent 206 Cathedral (1934)

Here is one of the high-styled and top quality receivers from the famed Philadelphia based factory. There was no finer maker of this era, and the company's dedication to electronic and cabinet artistry is legendary. This model is considered to be a classic! This is another uniquely shaped set, with very detailed ornate carvings. The model 206 is the deluxe model of this series with one extra tube in the shortwave circuit. This radio is a particularly nice example with a fine and all original cabinet. The veneer is fine and the finish is great with a few signs of use. The radio is a six-tube model with broadcast and shortwave capabilities. Les has done a first class repair. The radio has a very tight factory original speaker cloth and original wood knobs. This example has the cleanest chassis you will ever see. The tuner has been aligned, and the new power cord and plug ensure your safe operation. Les has added a mini-jack for your other devices which offer a tremendous number of content options. Impressive at 19-1/2"H x 14"W x 10"D.  $759.00. (0961213)

 

Atwater Kent 356 tombstone (1935)

Atwater Kent 356 tombstone (1935)

Here is a very ornate six-tube super-het from this premiere factory. The radio is an AM/SW receiver and works great on both bands. The cabinet is in excellent original condition with the ornate details and Birdseye maple trim over the speaker opening. All of the parts are factory originals and the set has two tiny flawed areas. There is a weak area to the speaker cloth and a tiny 1/16-inch flaw along the back edge of the top. Mentioning these issues for your inspection. Les has done a complete repair and the radio is a tremendous player. He added a mini-jack for your external device, offering you an unlimited choice of content. A new silk cotton power cord and Bakelite plug completes the through repair. 18-1/4"H x 13"W x 9-1/2"D.  $799.00. (0961191)

 

Atwater Kent 447 Tombstone (1933)

Atwater Kent 447 Tombstone (1933)

Atwater Kent was the premier factory of the era. The combination of highly crafted cabinets with the finest electronics of the era. This was the top of the line, being a seven-tube super-het with AVC. Playing both AM and Shortwave, it was their best model. Note the finely handcrafted inlay banding the upper part of the radio. The example before you is an exceptional example with a fine factory finish and factory installed speaker cloth and knobs. The shadowgraph is working, which is terrific, and Les has done a fantastic job replacing all of the rubber coated wires and drive wheel for the tuning assembly. The radio has a mini-jack installed at no charge, as the size and quality of this radio makes for some sweet listening. These mini-jacks with your input device or computer allow an unlimited amount of content with a higher level of fidelity than broadcast radio. 21"H x 16"W x 12"D.  $1,499.00. (0961206)

 

Avalon 2302 (1934)

Avalon 2302 (1934)

You are looking at a rare radio. Manufactured by Avalon, a small California factory located in Los Angeles. The radio is a straightforward five-tube super-het. The most interesting feature is the caramel colored pecan finish with the dramatic pickle finish. The effect is a unique look, and the condition of this hand applied finish is excellent. Note the really fancy Bakelite knobs, original along with the speaker cloth. There is minor shrinkage, hardly noticeable to the balance of the cabinet. My technician has done his usual complete and professional repairs the radio is a really fine player. Here is a chance to snag an obscure set. 15"H x 13-1/2"W x 9"D.  $599.00. (0961118)

 

Climax "Emerald" (First Version - 1937)

Climax "Emerald" (First Version - 1937)

Here is a truly rare radio. The form factor of this radio is unique. The company, based in Chicago, is renown for the edgiest radio styles ever produced. Note the fantastic grille! The set before you is an AM/SW model, and plays on a seven-tube super-het chassis. The condition is spectacular, with a professionally refinished cabinet and factory installed dial, speaker cloth and knobs. Les has done his usual meticulous repairs and has returned the performance to a like new quality. For your entertainment benefit, he has added a mini-jack for an external input device. This will allow you to listen to an unlimited amount of content. I use my mini-jack connected to my internet and stream from Pandora and iHeart radio; once you try it, you will be hooked. Simply Fantastic! 18"W x 8-1/2"H x 9"D.  $1,799.00. (0961203)

 

Cunningham "Moderne" by Climax (1936)

Cunningham "Moderne" by Climax (1936)

Here is one of the most unique radios I have seen. Styled as a console or jukebox in form, the cabinet has a tremendously ornate combination of trims and veneers. The cabinet has been refinished, with a high luster "piano" lacquered finish. The condition is striking, with only a minimal amount of loss in one area of the top. The radio is a five-tube super-het chassis playing on both AM and Shortwave. There is a slight hairline to the back lit multi colored 4-1/2" dial, which changes as you flip between the bands. The speaker cloth and knobs are originals. Les has done his usual exacting and complete professional repairs and the radio plays well. He added a mini-jack which allows you to add an external source for unlimited choices of content. This is a very special radio! 17"H x 15"W x 9-1/2"D.  $999.00. (0961168)

 

DeForest Crosley 5D511 (Canada 1934)

DeForest Crosley 5D511 (Canada 1934)

You are looking at a extremely well made radio in both cabinet and electronics. Canadian radios by government requirements were often superior to American manufacture and in way fewer numbers. This oval shaped five-tube super-het plays on both AM and SW. The cabinet has a good original finish and retains both the metal tags from DeForest and the cabinet factory. Les has done his complete and professional repairs, returning the set to factory new performance. Les also added a mini-jack to allow the connection of an external input device. This connection will allow you an unlimited choice of content from an infinite number sources. A nicely sized table radio. 19"W x 10"H x 9"D.  $699.00. (0961222)

 

DeForest Crosley "Drake" (1932)

DeForest Crosley "Drake" (1932)

It is with great pride I offer this spectacular example of one of the finest radios ever made. Handcrafted with fine hand laid beading of Canadian Mahogany, this example is with the factory finish. The radio is so ornate, they installed the radio on large ball feet to accent the overall ornate design. The radio is an extremely large and heavy radio. The Canadian government required a much higher caliber of electronics in this era than their American counterparts, and I have been a fan of their sets ever since. Since Canada was a large country with a small population, much smaller numbers of their radios were produced. The transformer on this particular radio must weigh fifteen pounds alone. The radio is very complete, and a five tube chassis. The radio has been repaired to "like new" performance by my technician and plays loud and clear across the AM band. As large and heavy as this radio is, please note the shipping will be higher than most. Soon to be the focal point of your collection display! 20"W x 18"H x 10-1/2"D.  $999.00. (0960775)

 

Detrola 4D1 Cathedral (1934)

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Detrola 4D1 Cathedral (1934)

Here is a stunning example of one of the smallest cathedral radios ever made. The radio is about as pristine condition as you might ever find for an 80+ year old example. The four-tube chassis plays on the AM band with a decent amount of selectivity and output. The highly ornate radio was designed with hand laid beading on either column and enhances the radio's classic looks. The radio retains all of the factory installed parts and is an unusually fine example. These midgets were designed to bring classic living room looks to smaller rooms of your home. Les has done his complete and professional work, repairing the radio to a factory like new condition. He has also added a mini-jack allowing your connection of a modern input device. This will allow you to enjoy this "midget" and choose any content from an unlimited choice of sources. Note the tiny size, 10-5/8"H x 9"W x 6"D.  $599.00. (0961250)

 

Detrola 175E (1937)

Detrola 175E (1937)

It is a treat to offer a model never seen on the "Attic" before now. This dramatic motorized tuning Detrola with a bright and sensitive tuning eye is a real treat. The condition is superb, with an older and excellent refinished cabinet and replacement speaker cloth. This high quality radio receives both Broadcast and Shortwave in a dramatic manner, playing through an eight inch Rola speaker. Add eight presets on a perfectly performing motor drive with the nine-tube chassis and this becomes a fantastic set. Les has done a fantastic job with his repairs and has added a mini-jack to this model for your ability to have an unlimited amount of content. Clearly a find for both of us! 21-1/2"W x 12"H x 9"D.  $899.00. (0961182)

 

Echophone S-5 Cathedral (1932)

Echophone S-5 Cathedral (1932)

This is one of the most distinctive cathedral radios ever made. The company made a series of repwood grille models, casting the ornate grille using the combination of wood and rubber. These grilles proved over the following decades to be extremely fragile, and few have survived in this fine condition. The radio retains a fine factory finish, with some aging to the sides. The radio retains all of the factory supplied parts, including the factory speaker cloth. The radio is a very early super-het, which was made before automatic volume control. So, the toggle switch on the back of the radios serves as a distant/local switch. Note the condition of the chassis, with full factory installed paperwork. My tech has repaired to the radio to play as good as new. He has given the radio the very attention that this blue chip set deserves, and added a fine reproduction silk power cord and Bakelite plug for your regular listening. 17-1/2"H x 14"W x 8"D.  $799.00. (0961096)

 

Electronic Research Labs "Angelus" Cathedral (1930)

Electronic Research Labs "Angelus" Cathedral (1930)

This is a pristine example from a very obscure high end factory. The research has led me to a Chicago based factory called Electronic Research Labs. They marketed in the 1920's under the name of Erla, not to confused with the Lafayette brand name of the same spelling. The factory later became the production facility for Sentinel Radios in 1935. This early "Grand Cathedral" is a powerful six-tube TRF receiver. The radio is in fine factory condition, with the factory finish and parts. The radio was super clean and my tech found the restoration a easy one. He has returned all of the components to factory new levels, aligned the tuner and provided a new silk reproduction power cord and plug for your safe regular use. The radio is as impressive of a player as well of the stunning cabinet. 17-1/2"H x 15-3/4"W x 11"D.  $699.00. (0960849)

 

Emerson 28 Tombstone w/Ingraham Cabinet (1934)

Emerson 28 Tombstone w/Ingraham Cabinet (1934)

You are looking at a beautiful example of an Ingraham Cabinet created for Emerson Radio. The caliber of woodworking this famed clock case factory crafted of the finest American walnut, are stunning radios. The set is all factory original, with the high luster lacquer finish intact. The radio is a petite tombstone, with a five-tube super-het chassis. The radio plays on the AM band only. My technician has done a complete electronic repair and the set really sings. I was impressed with the quality of sound from the factory supplied Jensen speaker. 17"H x 12"W x 8"D.  $499.00. (0961117)

 

Emerson 141 w/Ingraham Cabinet (1937)

Emerson 141 w/Ingraham Cabinet (1937)

Here is a very scarce model of the terrific liaison between Emerson Radio and the Ingraham Cabinet company. The marriage of these fine companies has a group of dedicated collectors. Ingraham Cabinets was an upstate New York maker of fine and exotic cases. Their fame was based with clocks, but the collections that they made for various radio manufactures are special. This scarce model retains a fine factory finish and the entire factory installed parts. I have added the maximum number of photos to allow you to appreciate the artistry of the cabinet and veneers. My technician has done a terrific job in restoring the radio to be as good as new. He has replaced all of the filters and caps and a complete alignment of the tuner. There is a fresh power cord and plug, which will allow you to enjoy listing to this set for many years. This radio is a five-tube radio. 14"H x 12"W x 9"D.  $699.90. (0961173)

 

Emerson 176 w/Ingraham Cabinet (1938)

Emerson 176 w/Ingraham Cabinet (1938)

Here is another of the terrific sets, with the cabinet made by the famed Ingraham Cabinet Company. These radios are prizes due to the usage of exotic veneers and the extreme quality of the workmanship. The radio is a scarce slant front set, the dial well lit and the brass nameplate like new. The radio is in the factory finish and showing limited blemish for its 80 years. The radio has received the most complete restoration that you could wish a radio to have. The filters and caps, all have been replaced. The power cord new and the radio is a solid and dependable player. This is a very scarce model, and will make a great addition to your collection. This is a six-tube BC/SW radio. 17-1/2"H x 13"W x 12"D.  $699.99. (0961002)

 

Emerson 347 w/Ingraham Cabinet (1940)

Emerson 347 w/Ingraham Cabinet (1940)

Emerson partnered with the famous Ingraham Cabinet to create an entire line of dramatically styled radios. Ingraham was a New York based cabinet maker who specialized with clocks, but were known for the dramatic use of exotic veneers and fine finishes. You can clearly see the results with this radio and highly unusual cover for a speaker grille. The condition is pretty good, with the factory installed parts. I could only find a tiny crease to the dial cover, which is nearly invisible. The six tube super-het chassis also has a self contained antenna which obliterates the need for an additional external wire. Les has done a super job in his repairs and the set really sings. He added a mini-jack to this radio allowing your choice of external input. Using this external input allows you an unlimited choice of content including internet radio. 11-1/4"W x 8"H x 6-1/2"D.  $379.00. (0961216)

 

Emerson EP-375 "5+1" Catalin (1941)

Emerson EP-375 "5+1" Catalin (1941)

Here is a highly desired Catalin radio. The deep red body is offset by off-white louvers and knobs. This model is the most sought after style with no rivets on the front and the factory installed handle. There are repairs made to this set, which were well done and nearly invisible. I have done my best in the photos to give you a clear and good look; the repairs are hard to find! Look at the fourth picture of the top, where the bulk of the repairs were made. Les has electronically repaired this set and installed a mini-jack allowing your choice of input device. With this modification, you can listen to anything you might choose. Through these fine electronics, you choice of content sounds sweet. There is an unlimited amount of free content on the internet, which this mini-jack is perfect for. I think you will really enjoy this radio. A perfect example would cost a multiple amount. 9-1/2"W x 7"H x 6-1/2"D.  $1,299.00. (0961251)

 

FADA 190 Tombstone (1935)

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FADA 190 Tombstone (1935)

This is a really special radio. The radio is a stunning crafted cabinet with a terrific radio contained within. The cabinet was refinished by a previous collector who did stunning work and is accurate to the original. The speaker cloth is also replacement and correct. The knobs are original. The chassis is a seven-tube super-het with macro/micro tuning. Note the concentric tuning knobs, along with a "watch dial" brightly lit face. There is a tone/expander toggle on the back offering additional tailoring of the sound quality. The radio was designed as a four-band model, with two of the bands vacant today, so you are looking at AM and Shortwave. Les has completed his highly professional repairs and the radio has been returned to the deluxe top of the line performance. Les also added a mini-jack for your modern input device. With the plug in ease you might connect to your phone, pad or computer. Your choice of content is unlimited. Bluetooth is available. 20"H x 14-1/2"W x 10"D.  $799.00. (0961270)

 

General Electric J-82 Cathedral (1932)

General Electric J-82 Cathedral (1932)

This is the most desired of the General Electric cathedral radios. The radio is a classic, with a design that created the feelings of a Gothic church. The radio is all original, with the factory speaker cloth and floral carved ornate knobs. The chassis is remarkably clean, with full paper tags and no rust or discoloration. The cabinet is with the minimum of usual wear, note the right side but retaining a nice lacquer finish. The condition is fantastic considering the age of the radio. This model, being the deluxe version, sported a powerful eight-tube chassis with automatic volume control. The super-het design brings in distant signals like a champ! Les has added a mini-jack for an unlimited source of content and has done a complete repair, new filters in the power supply, condensers and resisters replaced as needed. The tubes check strong and with a tuner alignment, this radio is a real player. He has finished the radio with a fine silk/cotton reproduction power cord and Bakelite plug for your safe use and exactly as it left the factory 81+ years ago. Note a small section of the back support is missing with no cosmetic effect to this beauty. 19-1/4"H x 14"W x 10"D.  $859.00. (0961171)

 

Goldentone 7H (1938)

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Goldentone 7H (1938)

I did a bit of research of this radio with mixed results. When I saw the dial, my assumption was it was made by Belmont Radio (the sailing ship), but there were radios made in both Detroit and Los Angeles marketed under this name. The radio is a futuristic shape, with a dramatic oversized fan shape multi-colored dial. The radio has been nicely refinished and has replacement period correct speaker cloth. Note there is a tiny hairline crack in the dial. Les has done a fantastic job in his professional repairs and the radio is a fine player. The radio sports a brand new green tuning eye which winks from station to station. The chassis is a six-tube super-het that plays on both AM and Shortwave. Les has added a mini-jack which allows the connection to any modern external input device. With this connection you can choose an unlimited choice of listening pleasure. 15-3/4"W x 9"H x 6-1/2"D.  $459.00. (0961266)

 

Grunow 500 Tombstone (1933)

Grunow 500 Tombstone (1933)

Here is a highly desired radio in beautiful refinished condition. The cabinet is a dramatically stylized use of exotic veneers.The chrome and Deco grille in an abstract Deco motif make this radio really special. The radio is a five-tube super-het that plays on AM only. Les has completed his exacting and complete repairs and the radio plays like new. He also added a mini-jack to allow you to input the radio with a modern device. Through this input you can have an unlimited choice of content. Compact in size this radio offers a fantastic look. 14"H x 13-3/4"W x 8"D.  $499.00. (0961228)

 

Gulbransen 7D123 Tombstone by Wells Gardner (1936)

Gulbransen 7D123 Tombstone by Wells Gardner (1936)

Gulbransen was a high-end division of Wells Gardner. These sets were made in limited quantities and most were exported abroad. The cabinet is fashioned from the finest import black striped mahogany and has been refinished at some earlier time. The radio is enormous, and is quite an impressive performing seven-tube super-het chassis playing on broadcast only. I believe the knobs and speaker cloth are correct, as the installed parts were commonly used by this gilt edge manufacturer. There are the usual signs of use to the cabinet with one repair to the left side, so please study my photos carefully. Most important is the highly detailed dial with multiple dials within the brightly lit master. You can see the details in my second photo and it shows the highly sophisticated level of construction. Clearly edgy and advanced styling makes this a one of a kind addition to your collection. My technician has done a complete repair and the radio plays like the powerhouse it was designed to be. 18-1/4"H x 15-1/2"W x 13"D.  $999.00. (0961229)

 

Gulbransen 130 Cathedral by Wells Gardner (1932)

Gulbransen 130 Cathedral by Wells Gardner (1932)

This is a special find! The company produced a very limited number extraordinary radios. This particular model is a fine seven-tube model of the earliest super-hets. Note the distance/local toggle on the left side, as this model predates automatic volume control. The exquisite Birdseye maple front is further embellished with rep wood trim and grille. The condition is original and spectacular. Les has completed his professional repairs and returned this AM radio to factory new performance. Powerful and rich due to the large "Grand Cathedral" cabinet, the sound quality is fantastic. Les also fitted the radio with a mini-jack allowing you to input your modern device. This will allow you an unlimited choice of content. Regardless of the device you choose the 3.5mm plug will be a universal fit. 19"H x 16-1/2"W x 11-1/2"D.  $799.00. (0961240)

 

Halson NS40 "Jefferson" (1934)

Halson NS40 "Jefferson" (1934)

You are looking at a rare radio. Made by Halson Radio, it is one of the most distinctive mini-tombstone radios ever made. A compact set, using a modest four-tube chassis, this is a very advanced, rather industrial age designed radio. The radio is in factory condition. There is a modest amount of wear on the front bottom edge, but the balance is remarkable with a finely conditioned black lacquered trim. Note the complete aluminum tags, factory knobs, and fine level of completeness. The radio has been completely serviced by my technician and it plays very well. Clearly one of the unique radios of this era, the radio is sure to delight. 10"H x 7-1/2"W x 7"D.  $699.00. (0960986)

 

Herbert Horn "Tiffany Tone" 62 Cathedral (1931)

Herbert Horn "Tiffany Tone" 62 Cathedral (1931)

You are looking at a really scarce radio. The factory was located in Los Angeles, California, and made some of the most ornate and high caliber radios on the West Coast. Since they were more of a regional factory, few were sold and are seldom seen. You can see the fine original condition of the radio, with a very nice factory finish, with factory speaker cloth and highly detailed and ornate Bakelite knobs. The radio is a six-tube broadcast band TRF, and a very well designed electronically. My technician has done a complete repair of this blue chip set, replacing the filters in the power supply, condensers and resisters as needed. Checking the tubes and giving the set a complete alignment. Being a very early type of chassis, the radio does not have AVC (automatic volume control). Working great with the closest radio stations the most powerful, this plays well for this type of circuit. He has added a fine reproduction cotton/silk power cord and new Bakelite plug for your safe operation. 15-1/2"H x 13-1/3"W x 9"D.  $699.00. (0961060)

 

Jackson Bell 62 Cathedral (1930)

Jackson Bell 62 Cathedral (1930)

You are looking a very nice, but not perfect example of the highly collectible J-B "Black Swan" cathedral. These are the earlier type of radios and employ the TRF type of circuit rather than the later super-het technology. The cabinet is nice, original with a few predictable minor issues. The speaker cloth and knobs are also factory originals. The five-tube chassis provides a decent level of sound and receives the stronger and closer stations best, as is the way all TRF receivers perform. The speaker is a dynamic 8-inch replacement which does a fantastic job. Les has done his tremendous repairs and has returned the radio to factory new performance standards. The radio has been fitted with a fine silk/cotton power cord and new plug for your safe operation. He has added a mini-jack so you have the unlimited choice of content from your externally attached source. A highly attractive radio to add to your collection! 15-1/4"H x 12-3/8"W x 9"D.  $799.00. (0961189)

 

Knight 351 Tombstone by Admiral (1938)

Knight 351 Tombstone by Admiral (1938)

Knight Radio was a retail cataloger of fine radios from Chicago. They sourced from some of the finest of American factories. This model was made for them by Admiral, using a seven-tube super-het chassis playing on both AM and Shortwave. This is a special radio as it sports a massive convex dial measuring and enormous 9-1/4" wide and 7-1/4" high. The bubble is what caused the reflections in my photos. Les has done an super job with his repairs and the green tuning eye is a brand new tube, winking as you tune from station to station. The finish, speaker cloth and propriety knobs are all factory original to the set. These are uncommon radios and are a rare set to find, especially in this condition. Les has added a mini-jack so you can plug your modern electrical device into the radio and enjoy an unlimited choice of content. 21"H x 15"W x 13-1/2"D.  $899.00. (0961185)

 

Kroehler/Ozarka 3426 Cathedral (1931)

Kroehler/Ozarka 3426 Cathedral (1931)

This is a very rare radio. Made for Kroehler Furniture by famed manufacturer Ozarka, these were some of the very best radios made in the early AC years. Kroehler furniture was a very well known line in the upper Midwest and wanted to sell radios, too. Radio was all the rage and since Kroehler was so well distributed and known, they contracted Ozarka to make radios with the Kroehler name on the escutcheon. These very same models were also offered under the Ozarka and Viking names. This particular set is a very large TRF and is a six-tube model. The finish, speaker cloth and knobs, are all factory original and in terrific condition. My technician marveled at the sophistication of this set's electronics. He has made the repairs to return the radio to a perfect player. He added a fine silk power cord and Bakelite plug, to replicate the way it left the factory in 1931. This is an impressive radio! 17-3/4"H x 16-1/2"W x 11"D.  $799.00. (0960955)

 

Lafayette M69 (by Ozarka) Tombstone (1933)

Lafayette M69 (by Ozarka) Tombstone (1933)

Lafayette was a catalog seller of high-end radios based in Chicago. They contracted some of the finest factories to produce radios for them under the Lafayette name. The radio before you was made by Ozarka (North American Mohawk) using dramatic embellishments crafted from rep-wood. The radio has the factory installed speaker cloth, original finish and heavily sculptured knobs. Ozarka was the holy grail maker and limited in numbers. The condition is fantastic showing a tiny amount of wear from the decades of use. The radio contained is a seven-tube model, and is an early super-het. The radio was designed as a triple band radio, playing today on both Broadcast and Shortwave. Les has made his meticulous repairs and the radio plays like the deluxe receiver it was designed to do. This is a very rare and connoisseur level set. 19-1/2"H x 15-1/2"W x 10-1/2"D.  $999.00. (0961165)

 

Lyric S-22 Tombstone by Wurlitzer (1932)

Lyric S-22 Tombstone by Wurlitzer (1932)

Clearly this is one of the most outstanding sets of this era. Made by Wurlitzer under the Lyric Radio name, this radio shows the extreme design that made this company famous. These were seldom seen domestically and were most often exported both in 110 volts and 220 volts. This example is the domestic model, and a beautiful example. The finish is factory and the knobs, with the speaker cloth being a highly accurate reproduction. Contained in this futuristic cabinet is a very good five-tube super-het. Note the toggle switch on the side, which is a distant and local switch. This early super-het was repaired to perform as new by my technician. He replaced the dried filters and replaced the other caps as needed. The radio plays beautifully on the AM band only. Note the very large eight-inch Rola speaker inside, which offers a roomful of sound. We added a fine silk reproduction power cord and plug for your safe use. The radio is trapezoid shaped; 18-1/4"H x 15-1/2"W x 11"D.  $799.00. (0961065)

 

Midwest HH-7 "The Moderne" Tombstone (1936)

Midwest HH-7 "The Moderne" Tombstone (1936)

This was a very difficult radio to photograph. The previous owner did a fine job replicating the highly decorative toning of the model and added the highest gloss "piano" finish to the radio I have ever seen. So, if you see reflections in my photos, it's the luster. I noted that there is a tiny amount of lacquer loss at a couple of the seams, but the all over hand rubbed finish is unique. The radio is a monster tombstone with a five band, seven-tube super-het chassis. Les has done his very expert and complete repairs. He has added a new power cord and plug for safe operation and a mini-plug for your outboard input device at no charge. The radio is a brute with tremendous power and a large speaker to deliver the sound. You might make note of the dial, which is highly stationed and very Deco in appearance. These are rare radios, and the highly hand-polished cabinet makes it a focal point of your collection. 20"H x 14-3/4"W x 9-1/2"D.  $1,499.00. (0961130)

 

Midwest K-11 Tombstone (1937)

Midwest K-11 Tombstone (1937)

You are looking at a console radio fitted into a oversized tombstone cabinet. This is an eleven-tube chassis. Midwest Radio was known for high-tube count chassis and a unique mail order factory direct distribution. I had never seen this model before, clearly a scarce model. The radio cabinet is all original finish with minimum wear. The speaker cloth is an accurate replacement and the knobs and metal band select are originals, too. The five band chassis back lights the band as you switch using the selector. Three of the five bands are vacant today, but the radio is a powerhouse Broadcast and Shortwave receiver. With the high tube count my technician has done his meticulous work, as these are sophisticated in design. He did a great job! Adding a fine silk/cotton power cord and Bakelite plug, mirroring the way it left the factory. Note the large size, this radio measures an oversized 21-1/4"H x 20"W x 11"D.  $999.00. (0961055)

 

Packard Bell 36 (1934)

Packard Bell 36 (1934)

This is one of the most Deco radios I have ever seen. Made by Packard Bell in their Los Angeles factory, few of these deluxe sets were made. The radio is an interesting contrast of woods with the decorative arch over the dial being of Birdseye maple. The radio is a classic porthole dial set, dual bands and a highly detailed dial. The powerful six-tube chassis provides plenty of power and operates perfectly. My tech gave this very special radio an additional amount of time and attention. The result, inside and out, is one of the "special ones" that will become the pride of your collection. This is a special radio, so please click on the link for the additional photos. The radio has an almost complete factory back. 15"W x 10"H x 9"D.  $699.00. (0961051)

 

Philco 70 Cathedral (1933)

Philco 70 Cathedral (1933)

Long recognized as the classic cathedral radio, the Philco 70 is a beauty. Designed by the famous Edward Combs, the "70" was the next to the top of the line. This seven-tube powerhouse is a tremendous super-het. The radio had the very latest technology. The condition is very good considering it is 80 years old. It has all the factory-installed parts and accurate reproduction speaker cloth. The radio has the original dark mahogany hand rubbed finish. Note the dial is backlit by the dial light, difficult to get a decent photo. The markings on the dial show clearly when the radio is on. Les has done a complete and perfect repair. The radio plays loud and clearly with an excellent level of selectivity. These Philco sets are the best performers. Les installed at no charge a mini-jack for your modern device. This will allow to listen to any content of your choice. There are an unlimited number of free media sources available on the internet and the sound quality is fantastic. The radio has a fine silk reproduction replacement cord with a new Bakelite plug for your safe use. A "Grand Cathedral" at 18-1/2"H x 16-1/2"W x 12"D.  $699.00. (0961204)

 

Philco 90C Cathedral (1933)

Philco 90C Cathedral (1933)

Long recognized as the classic cathedral radio, the Philco 90 is a beauty. Designed by the famous Edward Combs, the "90" was the very top of the line. This nine-tube powerhouse is a tremendous super-het. The radio had the very latest technology, including automatic volume control, a dramatic improvement to earlier sets. The condition is very good considering it is 80 years old. It has all the factory-installed parts and reproduction speaker cloth. The cabinet is original with some elements of finish loss due to the age, yet acceptable. The dial is back lit by the dial light. The markings on the dial show clearly when the radio is on. Note how dramatic the book-matched veneers are highlighted on the front. Les has done a complete and perfect repair. The radio plays loud and clear with an excellent level of selectivity. Les also added a mini-jack, allowing you to attach an external device. This will allow you an unlimited choice of content. The radio has a fine silk reproduction replacement cord with a new Bakelite plug for your safe use. A "Grand Cathedral" at 19"H x 17"W x 12"D.  $899.00. (0961194)

 

Pilot 18 "The Dragon" Cathedral (1933)

Pilot 18 "The Dragon" Cathedral (1933)

So seldom do I find any radio from Pilot available for sale. Collectors prize these radios, both cathedrals and tombstones, as they are rare and terrific sets. This is the first cathedral model I have seen in the last decade. It is the first model Pilot made, and is in tremendous original condition. Note the fancy Bakelite escutcheon and the original proprietary heavily sculptured knobs. There is a touch of veneer crease on the right side, difficult to see, but otherwise the radio is in remarkable original condition. The radio is a very early super-het, playing on six tubes. The reception is as good as any radio you might find from this early date. My technician has done a first class repair on the radio and it sounds super! He added a fine silk/cotton power cord and Bakelite plug as the radio had from the factory. This is a rare set and very impressive. 20"H x 16"W x 11"D.  $999.00. (0961054)

 

Radioboys Radio (1947)

Radioboys Radio (1947)

When I saw this unique radio, I knew I had to buy it for my Attic page. It was so unusual in form, and the cabinet in original finish so nice...see what you think. Radioboys is not listed anywhere and I really don't know much about this particular radio. What I can tell you is that it is a six-tube super-het chassis and plays on AM only. My best guess it is a marriage radio, where someone built (and very well) a chassis to fit an older cabinet. Les has made his repairs and remarked on the terrific design and performance. He added a mini-jack for your external input device. These jacks allow you an unlimited choice of content and tremendous sound quality. Know you are buying a very fine "one of a kind" radio. 15"W x 9"H x 9-1/2"D.  $329.00. (0961212)

 

Radio King 505 Cathedral (1934)

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Radio King 505 Cathedral (1934)

This is the most exquisite all original mini-cathedral I have seen. The radio is simply in a pristine condition; everything is factory original. The four-tube super-het chassis plays on AM only. These "mini's" were created to be used in smaller rooms of the homes and deliver a fine room size sound. Les has made his magic and has returned the radio to a factory like new electronic condition. The radio is a scarce model from the famed Brooklyn, NY factory. Les has added a mini-jack to the circuit allowing your external input device of choice. With this modification it will allow you an unlimited choice of content of your choice. They don't come any nicer! 13-1/2"H x 10-1/4"W x 9"D.  $479.00. (0961225)

 

RCA 9X11 Catalin (1938)

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RCA 9X11 Catalin (1938)

If you are a Catalin collector who prizes perfection, you have found your set! This is the most desired "W grille" model in perfect factory original condition. Against the deep blue green background there are the most incredible swirls of clear and ivory Catalin. The depth of color is amazing. Look at the last photo for the most accurate representation of color. The radio is a four-tube chassis, repaired and playing perfectly. Note the full factory back, which one never finds. I did not have this radio with a mini-jack, as I know you will want it for the jewel of a collection and not often played. There are no repairs, cracks, chips or replacement parts to this "perfection" radio. 8"W x 5"H x 5"D.  $1,299.00. (0961272)

 

RCA 118 Tombstone (1934)

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RCA 118 Tombstone (1934)

I love selling these RCA tombstones as they are some of the best performers money can buy. This model is a five-tube super-het that plays on both AM and Shortwave. The radio cabinet has been refinished by a prior owner, replacement period correct speaker cloth. The knobs are factory originals. The work was excellent. Les has made his complete and professional repairs and the radio performs like many more expensive sets. Les has added a mini-jack for your modern type of input device. With your choice of phone, pad, satellite or computer input, you will find an unlimited amount of free content. These RCA radios offer a tremendous value and dependable service. 17-3/4"H x 14-1/2"W x 10-1/2"D.  $399.00. (0961258)

 

Remler 11 "Cameo" (1931)

Remler 11 "Cameo" (1931)

This a highly unusual radio made by the finest of the early west coast, San Francisco based Remler Radio. Rember was a very fine maker of very early, sophisticated battery radio in the earliest part of modern radio. They continued into the 1930's with a like quality line of rather unique AC receivers. This model is a five tube TRF, sporting a huge over-sized TEN INCH speaker. The finish is terrific, and the radio retains the factory speaker cloth and knobs. My technician has done a complete repair, returning the radio to a factory "like new" condition. He has added a fine silk power cord and Bakelite plug for your safe operation. I gave this radio, upon return, a very good audition. I found that it was a tremendous performer and showed a great amount of sensitivity for a TRF. Clearly the high quality this high-end factory was famous for, is present in this radio. 17-1/2"H x 16"W x 10"D.  $599.00. (0960828)

 

Remler 21 "The Minuette" (1932)

Remler 21 "The Minuette" (1932)

This is a scarce radio from a west coast factory. Very tiny in size, and super ornate with a Middle Eastern flavor to the cabinet design. As you can see the condition of the cabinet and grille are with a decent factory finish. The speaker cloth and knobs are accurate replacements. The tiny size of this early four-tube chassis was highly unusual along with the early style tuning dial. These tiny radios were favored in smaller rooms, such as a den or bedroom. The extremely ornate veneer makes for a very decorative set. The four-tube chassis offers, as you would expect, a limited amount of selectivity and sound output. These radios were scarce and fragile in design, so to find such a nice example is a rare treat! My technician has done a complete repair and returned the radio to its factory like new operation. He added a fine silk/cotton cord and new plug for safe use. The radio plays on the broadcast band only. 12-1/2"H x 10"W x 8"D.  $499.00. (0961068)

 

Rogers-Majestic 4521 (1936-Canada)

Rogers-Majestic 4521 (1936-Canada)

I am a huge fan of Canadian radios, as they were extremely well made and, in many respects, better than their American counterparts. The power transformer on this set is massive and over-sized for a six-tube set. They also were made in very small numbers, so they are scarce. You can see the care this radio received with exotic veneers on the front, in a chevron design. The craftsmanship is outstanding. The radio sports all of the factory supplied parts in a nice factory original condition. The six-tube super-het chassis is a solidly engineered design and my technician has done a first class repair. He has added a fine silk reproduction cord and new plug for your safe use. The radio is a special set, and a terrific player. 17"W x 11"H x 9"D.  $499.00. (0960881)

 

Silvertone 1942 Tombstone (1936)

Silvertone 1942 Tombstone (1936)

Silvertone radios were made by many different factories for Sears. The breadth of the line was dramatic and the set before you was on the top of their selection. The advanced seven-tube super-het offered a highly sensitive green eye tube along with an advanced squelch and tone control. Note they "borrowed" the dual watch dial pointer configuration from Zenith. The radio has been nicely refinished and retains the factory installed speaker cloth and wood knobs. Note there is one tiny veneer patch in the lowest right side bottom corner so see photo #4. Les has done a fantastic job with his repairs and this plays like a deluxe model. He added a mini-jack to the radio allowing you an unlimited choice of content with an external device. 18"H x 15"W x 12"D.  $599.00. (0961188)

 

Silvertone 4465 Tombstone (1937)

Silvertone 4465 Tombstone (1937)

You are looking at the monstrous highly sought Silvertone tombstone. Often called the gold dial, this ornate and dramatically crafted cabinet and oversized seven inch detailed dial with a bright green tuning eye. This particular radio has been professionally refinished yet retaining the factory supplied speaker cloth and unique Tenite knobs. I thought the work stunning and accurate, and have wanted to have one of these radios for a very long time. The chassis is a deluxe and advanced super-het performing with great sensitivity with eight tubes. The super sensitive new green tuning eye winks as you dial between the stations. Les has done his extraordinary professional repairs and the radio performs as new. He has added a mini-jack to the circuits and this will allow your connection of any modern input device of your choice. With this modification, you can listen to AM and Shortwave broadcasts along with any content your device produces. This will allow you to fully enjoy the showpiece and fine sound quality this model offers. 22"H x 16"W x 12-1/2"D.  $899.00. (0961234)

 

Silvertone 6424 AM/SW (1939)

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Silvertone 6424 AM/SW (1939)

You are looking at a handsome late 1930's table radio offering AM and Shortwave. The powerful seven-tube super-het chassis offers a dynamic sound and the novelty and easy of a bright new ultra sensitive green tuning eye. The cabinet looks to be a highly accurate older refinish with the balance of speaker cloth and knobs as factory original. I was impressed with the fine detail and the less than "square box" form factor. Les has made his magic with fantastic repairs and has returned the radio for a factory like new operation. He has added a mini-jack for your choice of input device, which will allow you in addition to the radio, a complete choice of content. The radio is an impressive radio! 16-3/4"W x 9-1/2"H x 8-1/2"D.  $299.99. (0961257)

 

Sparton 252 (Canada) (1935)

Sparton 252 (Canada) (1935)

Those of you that are regulars to my page note my fondness for Canadian made radios. They were simply better built, both in electronics which was more tightly controlled by the government, and cabinetry. The population of Canada was small in those years, so there were a limited number of factories and a tiny number of sets produced. This is the same Sparton Radio Corp, that made radios in the States, but since they were producing in another country, were a distinctly Canadian company. This is a very fine five-tube broadcast receiver. The radio is rather unusual in the shape of the cabinet and with a green colored dial. The example here is about as good as you could wish, with everything being factory original parts and finish. The radio lived such a good life, we left the factory power cord on this set with it still being perfectly safe for regular use. My tech loved the repair of the older components, remarking on the higher level of quality of the set. 18-1/2"W x 9"H x 8-1/2"D.  $499.00. (0961052)

 

Sparton 517 (1936)

Sparton 517 (1936)

This is a seldom offered mini tombstone which is a very desired radio. The set is an advanced five-tube super-het that offers both AM and Shortwave. As a side note, this is identically the same chassis offered in the blue mirror model 557. The radio plays on both broadcast and shortwave. The speaker vents from the top of the radio and the sound simply radiates in all directions. The cabinet is made of the finest American walnut and has a fine luster and original finish. This outstanding example has the factory installed speaker cloth and knobs. The chassis has been completely repaired by my tech Les, who has done a complete and exacting repair. He has added a mini-plug to the radio so you can use this set with your modern devices. There is a fresh power cord and plug for your safe operation as this is a radio that you will greatly enjoy playing. 13-1/2"W x 13"H x 9"D.  $499.00. (0961141)

 

Stewart Warner R-111 "Century of Progress" (1933)

Stewart Warner R-111 "Century of Progress" (1933)

I am posting a museum quality and extremely rare radio in fantastic completely all original condition. Everything is factory. This radio was for the 1933 "Century of Progress" World's Fair in Chicago. Here is some additional information from Wikipedia: "The Century of Progress was organized as an Illinois nonprofit organization in January 1928 for the purpose of planning and hosting a World's Fair in Chicago in 1934. City officials designated three and a half miles of newly reclaimed land along the shore of Lake Michigan between 12th and 39th streets on the Near South Side for the fairgrounds." The electronics have been professionally repaired by Les and the radio plays well on the six-tube AM only chassis. Les added a mini-jack for your own input device. Own a piece of history and an investment grade radio. 10-1/8"W x 7-1/2"H x 6-1/4"D.  $2,999.00. (0961249)

 

Stewart Warner R-1252A "Berkley" Tombstone (1933)

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Stewart Warner R-1252A "Berkley" Tombstone (1933)

S-W made some of the most dramatic and Deco designed radios of the 1930's. Here is one of their mid-sized models called the "Berkley." This is a five-tube super-het chassis that plays on both AM and Shortwave. You can see the flair of a tapered cabinet and stunning cut out grille. The radio was accurately refinished by a previous owner, to which I added the correct reproduction speaker cloth. As you can see, although not the biggest or most expensive of the collection, the factory gave the radio great attention. Les has done his complete and professional repairs returning the radio to a factory "like new condition." The radio plays very well and with the addition of a mini-jack, this mid-sized set offers you the ability to listen to any modern device. Always a favorite, you will love this radio too. 17-1/2"H x 14-1/2"W x 9"D.  $599.00. (0961261)

 

Stromberg Carlson 130H (1936)

Stromberg Carlson 130H (1936)

Stromberg Carlson manufactured some of the finest radios ever made. Long known for scientific equipment and telephones, they also entered the radio craze of the 1930's. This radio is a perfect example, with a sophisticated seven-tube super-het chassis and playing both AM and Shortwave. The radio was refinished by a prior collector, and a nice job. The radio had one tiny repair to the front right corner at the bottom and a tiny 1/32" sliver along the top back edge. Hard to find, but my practiced eye found them. The radio has period correct replacement speaker cloth and the unique factory installed wood knobs. Les has done his usual complete professional repairs and the radio plays beautifully! He also added a mini-plug allowing you a infinite number of input devices and the ability to have an unlimited choice of content. Areal beauty using mixed exotic mahogany veneers and ornate matched burl. 20-1/4"W x 11-1/2"H x 10"D.  $459.00. (0961210)

 

Stromberg Carlson 235H (1937)

Stromberg Carlson 235H (1937)

You are looking at an amazing radio. The radio is monstrous, and really is a console chassis made into a huge table radio. The condition is in a remarkable factory original condition with all of the factory installed parts and decals. The cabinet is a finely crafted piece with a stunning book matched top. The radio is a multi-band super-het with a huge eight tube chassis. It has been completely refurbished with all of the electronics that needed to be replaced or updated by my fine technician. He has added a brand new tuning eye, which glows brightly and dances as you tune from station to station. This is only the second example of this highest quality radio that I have ever found and it will delight you with both stellar looks and performance to match. 24-1/2"W x 14-1/4"H x 11"D.  $799.00. (0961094)

 

US Radio 9A Tombstone (1932)

US Radio 9A Tombstone (1932)

Here is one I had never seen before. The radio is very impressive with one of the most interesting dials. The radio offers a triple play of controls, and the largest nine-tube chassis I have ever seen on a 1932 radio. The set has had some repairs, with replacement speaker cloth and sounding board, likely done decades ago. The finish is fantastic, perhaps original possibly refinished... I simply can not tell. The condition is terrific only with minor chipping by the right front foot and a chip in the skirt of the tuning knob. The powerhouse nine-tube chassis has been completely repaired and this large tombstone plays with a fantastic level of sound and selectivity. Note the replacement silk/cotton power cord and plug for your safe use. 19-1/2"H x 16"W x 12"D.  $699.00. (0961077)

 

Wells Gardner 9A (1934)

Wells Gardner 9A (1934)

Here is a deluxe mantle radio from the famed Chicago maker Wells Gardner. A very high quality maker of many radios, the bulk for the better catalogue sellers of the 1930's as house brands. This model under their own label is a very ornate radio featuring hand laid beading in the most elaborate and fine craftsmanship in the cabinetry. The radio is all original including the paper dials without tears or measurable wear. The chassis is a fine early super-het that uses five tubes to receive both AM and shortwave. Les has done his usual excellent repairs returning the radio to a like new playing condition. Les also added a mini-jack to the circuit allowing you to connect your modern device to the radio and the ability to have an unlimited choice of content. This is a handsome set! 11-1/4"W x 8"H x 7"D.  $499.00. (0961193)

 

Westinghouse WR-23 Tombstone (1935)

Westinghouse WR-23 Tombstone (1935)

You are looking at a powerhouse. The Westinghouse radios are not common, but were very well made and this particular model is a powerful seven-tube super-het. The condition is all original, with a nice speaker cloth and fancy lathed wooden knobs. The finish is equally nice with no veneer issues. The radio does have two hairline cracks by the speaker posts due to the shrinkage of the wood as the set is now 79+ years old. My tech has done his usual repairs, replacing the filter caps on the power supply, condensers and any resistors out of value. With his alignment of the IF's, the radio tunes accurately. Added is a safe new reproduction silk/cotton power cord and reproduction Bakelite plug for your safe use. 18"H x 15-3/4"W x 10"D.  $499.00. (0961020)

 

Westinghouse WR-100 "The Juke" Tombstone (1935)

Westinghouse WR-100 "The Juke" Tombstone (1935)

This is an interesting compact tombstone. The radio is a five-tube super-het offering both broadcast and shortwave reception. The radio is a very decorative model, with an ornate rep-wood grille that covers most of the front of the radio. Originally designed as a resistor-line set, my technician has electronically replaced the resistor line aspect but retained the factory supplied power cord and plug as they were in unusually good condition. The radio has been refinished, and the speaker cloth replaced with the accurate reproduction. The wood knobs are original to the radio. I was impressed with the performance of such a compact radio, gaining a fine level of selectivity and sound volume. The radio has a full factory back. 10-1/4'H X 8-1/2"W X 6"D.  $399.99. (0961098)

 

Wilcox-Gay A-35 (1937)

Wilcox-Gay A-35 (1937)

You are looking at one of the futuristic and edgy designed radios from Wilcox Gay. These radios were a highly decorative styled radio for the period. The one before you is a eight-tube model, playing on AM and Shortwave. Note the dramatic chevron veneers and the highly styled cabinet, which was a good refinish from the previous owner. The speaker cloth is a period replacement and the knobs original. The added feature is the "telephone" dial with a paddle to ease the tuning from station to station. Les has done his highly professional repairs and the radio is a real player! With a high tube count chassis, you know the reception is great. Les also has added a mini-jack allowing the connection to an auxiliary input device. This will allow you to listen to an unlimited choice of content through this fine radio. 19-3/4"W x 10-1/2"H x 8-1/2"D.  $599.00. (0961198)

 

Zenith 5-S-128A (1938)

Zenith 5-S-128A (1938)

Nobody made better radios in the mid to late 1930's than Zenith Radio. The set before you is a perfect example of the earned reputation. The radio is a solid five-tube super-het chassis playing on both AM and Shortwave bands. The oversized 6-1/2" "black dial" which lights at night with a pair of lamps only furthered their fame. The radio is in original condition and fine shape. The radio retains all of the factory parts including the iconic "Z" wood knobs. Les has done a perfect repair and has the radio to a "like new" condition. Since these are solid players with the speaker spreading the sound from the top of the cabinet, he added a mini-jack at no additional cost. This will allow you an unlimited source of content. 14"W x 12"H x 11"D.  $559.00. (0961169)

 

Zenith 6-S-27 Tombstone (1936)

Zenith 6-S-27 Tombstone (1936)

Here is one of the most desired Zenith tombstones. The radio is a six-tube super-het offering AM and Shortwave. This radio sports a huge brightly lit 6" multi-colored dial. The cabinet is all original. The radio still shows a bit of wear, as you would expect of an 80+ year old set. The speaker cloth is pristine original. This model sports the iconic "Z" original knobs. Les has done a fine job in his repairs. He replaced the defective eight inch speaker with a wider range replacement. These radios are known for the fine tuning and outstanding sound, and this one offers both. Les also added a mini-jack to this radio; with the mini-jack you can connect any modern electronics to it and listen to an unlimited choice of content. This includes your phone, pad, or internet connection for streaming content. These radios sport huge cabinets and are dramatic playing radios. These are extremely large and shipping will be a bit higher to assure you of a safe delivery. 23"H x 17"W x 14"D.  $799.00. (0961246)

 

Zenith 6-S-229 Tombstone (1938)

Zenith 6-S-229 Tombstone (1938)

You are looking at one of the iconic tombstones that made Zenith famous. The brightly lit 6-inch dial was the source of the "black dial" fame with fly wheel tuning. The radio is a six-tube super-het which receives both AM and Shortwave. The cabinet condition is original with a tiny sliver missing on the top back edge (please see the photo). The speaker cloth is a correct reproduction and the radio is complete with the iconic wood "Z" knobs. The radio is a tremendous player with great selectivity and sound quality. Les has done a complete repair with all of the aged parts which have failed being replaced and those that might be prone to future failure. He added a mini-jack to allow you an unlimited choice of content along with a fresh power cord and plug for your safe operation. These radios are a collector favorite, which good reason: they are terrific radios. 18"H x 13-1/2"W x 10-1/2"D.  $599.00. (0961160)

 

Zenith 9-S-30A Tombstone (1936)

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Zenith 9-S-30A Tombstone (1936)

You are looking at one of the most desired of all of the Zenith tombstones! This is the rarer version, the first export model ever offered on the "Attic." Note the oversized transformer and multi-tapped voltage on the left side of the chassis. I had the radio professionally refinished with an exacting eye to originality. The pictures clearly document the expertise Scott brought to the restoration. The radio retains the factory installed speaker cloth and the iconic "Z" wood knobs. The multi-colored dial is pristine. This model also offers micro/macro tuning for the finest tuning and reception. Les has done his usual highly professional level of repairs. The chassis was in terrific condition, and with the repairs the radio is as good as new. Les has added a mini-jack to this radio. The sheer size and sound quality of this model makes this radio a true delight to listen and enjoy. With the mini-jack you can input from any modern device and enjoy any of the unlimited content you might wish to listen to. You will never find a nicer example! 22-1/2"H x 16-1/2"W x 12-1/2"D.  $2,299.00. (0961278)

 

Zenith 808 Tombstone (1935)

Zenith 808 Tombstone (1935)

You are looking at a terrific radio. These stylish models with a strong architectural look offer a stunning look with superior performance. This model is a six-tube super-het playing on both AM and SW. The condition is decent, with the cabinet showing some age related stress from age. I this was still acceptable and the radio retains all of the factory installed knobs and speaker cloth. Les has done his usual complete and though repairs making the radio the terrific player. He added and preinstalled mini-jack for your additional input options and allowing you to listen to anything you might wish. A brand new power cord and plug always added for your safe operation. 17"H x 12-1/2"W x 9"D.  $699.00. (0961143)

 

Zenith 829 Tombstone (1935)

Zenith 829 Tombstone (1935)

This is one of the finest blue chip collectable radios. This fine eight-tube super-het that plays on both AM and Shortwave was the most deluxe radio of this era. The cabinet is crafted of mahogany, with black lacquer trim. The condition is very good with the way Deco chrome grille, in extremely good original condition. deemed the condition to be so good, that I did not have it chromed, leaving a minor amount to wear for authenticity. The speaker cloth is replacement, as the factory installed silk cloth had dry rotted from age. The knobs with chrome inserts are correct, three original and the fourth a correct reproduction. Les has given this bluest of blue chip radios his finest attentions and the radio plays as it did from the factory. He added a mini-jack for your external input device offering you an unlimited choice of listening please The full sized and dynamic range eight inch speaker really offers a nice sound. You advanced collectors know the rarity of these radios and how seldom they are available for sale. 18-1/2"H x 14-3/4"W x 8-1/2"D.  $3,995.00. (0961215)
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