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American Bosch 5A (1931)

American Bosch 5A (1931)

This vintage 1931 American Bosch table/mantle radio works great, it has really strong and clear output. Broadcast band only 540-1600 KHz. Needs a short antenna which will be supplied. The lacquer refinish is excellent and the inlay is in perfect condition. Chassis pics are available. The electrolytic capacitors have been replaced and all other components checked. I sold one of these in 2013 and had no complaints. The 5A is a powerful radio in a small cabinet. 90 day Warranty applies. 14"W x 9"H x 7"D; the speaker is a large 8" electrodynamic type.   $249.00. (1030231)

 

APEX Super Five (1925)

APEX Super Five (1925)

This APEX three-dialer is from the 1925 model year. The cabinet was restored beautifully and is an attractive display piece. One interstage transformer had been replaced when I bought it (tests good). The other original interstage transformer has an open primary so will need to be replaced or bypassed with an RC circuit. Both original transformer cans are still installed, and I think small replacement transformers could be inserted in them. No tubes are included, but I do have them available if needed. 21"W x 10"H x 11"D; weighs 23 lbs.   $250.00. (1030235)

 

Atwater Kent 84 Cathedral (Early Version-1931)

Atwater Kent 84 Cathedral (Early Version-1931)

Offered is the early version of AK Model 84, a classic cathedral radio from the early depression era. It is an AC-powered six-tube superhet covering the standard broadcast band. It is a very beautiful radio, with its pointed arch, escutcheon and modest side pilasters. Like all the Atwater Kent cathedral radios, it is highly coveted by collectors today. It has been restored inside and out, performs very well, needs a wire antenna. Tube complement is: 24 (mixer), 27 (oscillator), 24 (IF), 24 (2nd detector), 47 (output) and 80 (rectifier). A complete tuneup (capacitors replaced, tubes and resistors checked and replaced as needed) was performed. The cabinet has been expertly restored and looks great, chassis is very clean, grille cloth is excellent reproduction. Pics show true color quite well, but it is a bit darker than shown due to flash. 90 day warranty applies. An aux input cable can be added for no cost: play your favorite tunes or old time radio shows from CD player, iPod, etc. With the cable installed, a Bluetooth receiver can be used and you can stream tunes from your phone, laptop, etc. An excellent addition to any collection! Weighs 28 pounds, 19"H x 15-1/2"W x 10"D.  $649.00. (1030126)

 

Dixie Five Battery Set (1926)

Dixie Five Battery Set (1926)

This Dixie Five three-dialer is from the 1926 model year. The cabinet was restored beautifully and is an attractive display piece. It was sold by American Wholesale Corp in Baltimore Maryland. Research reveals that it was made by Liberty Transformer Corp in Chicago, and was named the Liberty Five. I have a write up about the history of this Baltimore brand and will include it. The included cardboard label was loose when I bought it. It belongs in the center of the inside top, but I will leave it to the next owner to reattach. The award ribbon was inside the set so I assume it was awarded for this set; it is also included. A typical five-tube radio, there are two stages of RF amplification, a detector, and two stages of AF amplification. Has separate filament voltage control for each stage! All the rheostats test good. One interstage transformer had been replaced when I bought it (it tests good). The other original interstage transformer has an open primary so will need to be replaced, or use RC coupling instead. No tubes are included but I have them available. 28-1/2"W x 10-1/2"H x 12-1/2"D; weighs 30 lbs.   $250.00. (1030236)

 

Emerson 33AW (1933)

Emerson 33AW (1933)

Offered is an excellent mantel/compact radio by Emerson Radio and Phonograph Corp from 1933. This radio is a true survivor and is in unbelievable cosmetic and playing condition. Seldom seen, it is a five-tube superhet design, has been recapped and plays great on the Broadcast Band (only). Has the original long wire antenna, knobs and back! Red "dot" on top lights up when on; handle folds down if desired. Refinished with nitrocellulose lacquer as originally used. Chassis is rust free and pics are available, please ask. An aux cable will be added if desired so you can plug in an iPod, CD player, etc. and play audio through the radio. Bluetooth receiver can be added and you can stream your tunes from your phone, computer, etc. 90 day warranty. Is very compact at 11"W x 8"H x 5"D.  $349.00. (1030229)

 

Emerson AX-238 "Jewel Box" (1938)

Emerson AX-238 "Jewel Box" (1938)

This vintage and quite rare "Jewel Box" radio was designed by Ingraham and has been electronically and cosmetically restored. It works very well, and covers the broadcast (540-1700 KC) band. The finish is nearly perfect (new clear and toned lacquers) and displays very well, showing off the wonderful grain pattern! The toned lacquer is darker than shows in the pics, due to the flash. All veneer is tight with no problems and you would be hard pressed to find a nicer example. The only fault I am aware of is that the on-off switch (uses a rod so it turns on when opened) was missing when I bought it, and has been replaced with a switch on the volume control. 90 day warranty applies. This very nice and rare radio would be a great addition to any collection! 10"W x 6"H x 8-1/2"D; shipping weight is 10 pounds.  $399.00. (1030004)

 

FADA 790 Series B AM/FM (1949)

FADA 790 Series B AM/FM (1949)

The FADA 790 was one of the first radios built after WWII that included the modern FM band. This example is in wonderful restored condition and it works great on both bands. They were made in brown Bakelite and ivory Plaskon cabinets; the Plaskon is much rarer than the Bakelite. It has eight tubes plus a ballast. Of the more than ten of these I have sold, this is one of the nicest. The cabinet has no cracks or scratches, dial is perfect, original grille cloth and new dial cover. Knobs still have lettering and are correct. Complete electronic restoration was performed, replacing electrolytic and paper capacitors, check & replace out of tolerance resistors, band alignment, adjust IF transformers to give peak performance, and testing tubes: replacing bad or marginal ones with good ones. I have added a cable you can use to plug in your iPod/MP3/CD/Bluetooth by selecting the Phono switch position. Click here to see a video of a similar radio (sold previously) and iPod use. Bluetooth receiver is available for an extra $30 (my cost), then you can stream audio from your smartphone, computer, etc. 90 day warranty applies. Weighs 10 lbs, 14"W x 9"H x 8"D.  $599.00. (1030200)

 

Freshman Masterpiece 5F5 (1925)

Freshman Masterpiece 5F5 (1925)

This Freshman Masterpiece is from the 1925 model year. The cabinet was restored beautifully and is an attractive display piece. A typical five-tube radio, there are two stages of RF amplification, a detector, and two stages of AF. It has the original Utah horn speaker, and it tests good (reads 1100 ohms and clicks when a 9v battery is touched to the terminals). Both rheostats test good. The dial scales in the windows are still readable. Both original interstage transformers have open primaries so will need to be replaced, or you can use RC coupling. The tubes shown are for display only. I have good tubes available. 30"W x 9-1/2"H x 10-1/2"D; weighs 26 lbs.  $250.00. (1030234)

 

General Electric L-630 (1941)

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General Electric L-630 (1941)

This is an excellent example of this radio built just before the start of WWII. Featuring six tubes and Super-Heterodyne design, it has Broadcast and Short Wave bands and both work very well. Both bands use the internal antenna, but Short Wave needs a wire antenna for better reception. It has been completely recapped, all resistors and tubes checked and replaced as needed. Very nicely refinished, has new grille cloth and looks great (is a bit darker than shown due to lighting used). One tiny spot below the left-most knob where veneer is missing does not detract. Original knobs, speaker and back. 90 day warranty. Aux input cable (iPod, CD player, etc.) has been added, and can be used with a Bluetooth receiver to stream tunes to the radio from your phone or other Bluetooth equipped device. Weighs 15 pounds, 15-1/2"W x 10"H x 8 1/2"D.  $249.00. (1030240)

 

Hallicrafters S-41W Skyrider Jr (1945-47)

Hallicrafters S-41W Skyrider Jr (1945-47)

Offered is an excellent Hallicrafters receiver. It is a six-tube superhet design, has been completely recapped and tuned up and plays great on the Broadcast Band (.55-2 MC) and two shortwave bands (2-8 MC, 8-30 MC). Has code, anti-noise, speaker-phone, and receive-standby switches. Headphone plug on back. Cosmetics are not great but decent for the age. Chassis is rust free and pics are available, please ask. It works very well on all bands, and has a rare "ships wheel" knob for the bandspread tuning. If you are looking for an excellent but small tube-type multiband receiver I recommend this highly. I doubt you will want it, but an aux cable will be added if desired so you can plug in an iPod, CD player, etc. and play audio through the radio. Bluetooth receiver can be added and you can stream your tunes from your phone, computer, etc. 90 day warranty. Is compact at 11-1/2"W x 7-1/2"H x 7"D.  $249.00. (1030230)

 

Hickok 620 TV Linear Pattern Generator (1949)

Hickok 620 TV Linear Pattern Generator (1949)

This Crystal Controlled Linearity-Pattern (LP) Generator was designed to help the service man in the proper service of TV receivers. It can be used for many purposes, including: vertical & horizontal linearity adjustments (including hold controls), trouble shooting when no TV transmitter is on the air (like now), receiver sensitivity, horizontal deflection circuit for hum, and many other uses. It powers up but is untested and sold as-is (one of the screws on the front is stripped so it will have to be drilled out to get inside). Includes no power cord (cheater type needed) and no test cord. Original manual is included. I have digital copy of manual and can email to you, or visit this site for a free download. Shipping is extra: it weighs 10 lbs and is 11"W x 9"H x 7"D.   $20.00. (1030095)

 

Philco 70B Cathedral (1932)

Philco 70B Cathedral (1932)

This is an outstanding example of the Philco model 70B. Designed by Edward Combs, the "70" was the next to the top of the Philco line and is a seven tube superhet. It has been carefully restored in great detail. The tar box capacitors were re-stuffed with modern caps to maintain original appearance of the chassis. The tall electrolytic condensers were left for original appearance, but are bypassed with new caps under the chassis. The chassis and speaker have been carefully detailed and painted. The cabinet was refinished in original colors and covered with three coats of professional quality lacquer. The power cord is the correct color cloth covered wire and the original plug is on it. If you want a Philco 70B, you will be hard pressed to find a nicer example of a cathedral radio from this period. If desired, an aux input cable will be added at no cost; play your favorite tunes or old time radio shows from CD player, iPod, etc. With the cable installed, a Bluetooth receiver can be added for $25 and you can stream your tunes from your phone, etc. 90 day warranty applies. It is large at 18"H x 16"W x 10-1/2"D.  $649.00. (1030183)

 

Philco 116X Console (1936)

Philco 116X Console (1936)

This excellent radio is ready for you to proudly display and listen to. A classic and rare model, this is a five-band AC-powered superhet using eleven tubes, with RF stage, dual IF amplifiers and, in the words of Philco, a "High-Fidelity audio system," based upon a pair of (expensive) 6A3 triodes operated in "super class A" push-pull and providing a maximum of 15W undistorted output, featuring three "acoustic clarifiers." The dial uses a lighted pointer for station selection; click here for more info. The cabinet was restored using toning and clear lacquers. The radio plays very well with just a short antenna. The electronics are completely restored. The chassis looks as nice as the cabinet. Aux input cable has been added: play your favorite tunes or old time radio shows from CD player, iPod, etc. Bluetooth receiver can be added for $30 and you can stream audio from your phone, etc. 90 day warranty applies. Pickup preferred but Greyhound shipment is available. 42"H x 27"W x 13-1/2"D.  $799.00. (1030190)

 

RCA 96T1 (1938)

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RCA 96T1 (1938)

This is a very attractive radio with the curved top and sides. It would look great in any room. Featuring six tubes and Super-Heterodyne design, it has the Broadcast band only. It needs a wire antenna for reception (supplied). It has been completely recapped, all resistors and tubes checked and replaced as needed. Has pushbuttons for station select, and they work. Very nicely refinished, has new grille cloth and looks great (is a bit darker than shown due to lighting used). Original knobs, lighted dial and speaker. 90 day warranty. Aux input cable (iPod, CD player, etc.) can be added for no cost, and can be used with a Bluetooth receiver to stream tunes to the radio from your phone or other Bluetooth equipped device. Weighs 15 pounds, 15"W x 12"H x 7"D.   $249.00. (1030241)

 

RCA 128 Shouldered Tombstone (1934)

RCA 128 Shouldered Tombstone (1934)

This classic and rare model was introduced by RCA in late 1934 for the 1934/35 model season: "Six-tube three-band (540-18,000kc) Super-Het Globe-Trotter with eight inch Dynamic speaker, Airplane dial, Dual Ratio Vernier Tuning, Band Indicator, AVC, Tone Control and 3.5 Watts output. In beautiful table-type cabinet finished in two-tone walnut." It was one of a group of luxury models new for the 1934/35 season that debuted RCA's "magic brain." This innovation was described in the advertising as "...the almost human unit that directs your radio reception just like your own brain directs your body." The cabinet was restored using nitrocellulose lacquer (any light spots are flash reflections). It plays extremely well with just a short antenna. The electronics are completely restored (see link to how I restore radios at top of my page). Chassis pics are available. Aux input cable has been added: play your favorite tunes or old time radio shows from CD player, iPod, etc. Bluetooth receiver can be added and you can stream audio from your phone, etc. 90 day warranty. 20"H x 16-3/4"W x 11-1/2"D.  $649.00. (1030216)

 

Silvertone 4563 (1936)

Silvertone 4563 (1936)

This superb playing tabletop radio is ready for you to proudly display and listen to. An attractive Art Deco waterfall design, it was sold under the Sears & Roebuck brand name "Silvertone" as part of the "Sears Golden Jubilee," which offered a series of radios with different sized gold dials and styles. A six-tube receiver, it covers the broadcast band (550-1850 KC) and has short-wave band coverage (in two bands) up to 19 MC. All three bands work great! Wire antenna is needed (supplied). The cabinet was expertly restored with nitrocellulose lacquer as used originally. The electronics were restored, replacing all old paper and filter capacitors with modern equivalents. All tubes and resistors were tested and weak or bad ones replaced. You would be hard pressed to find a nicer example. Dial is perfect and illuminates for night use. Original Tenite escutcheon around dial is excellent. Original knobs have correct lettering, grille cloth is correct reproduction, original perfect speaker. 90 day warranty applies. Aux input (iPod, CD player, etc.) has been added, and can be used with a Bluetooth receiver to stream tunes to the radio. Weighs 16 pounds, 15-1/2"W x 10"H x 9"D.  $499.00. (1030211)

 

Silvertone 4566 (1938)

Silvertone 4566 (1938)

Offered is another great looking and playing tabletop radio ready for you to proudly display and listen to. It was sold under the Sears & Roebuck "Silvertone" brand as part of the "Sears Golden Jubilee," which offered a series of radios with different sized gold dials and styles. A seven tube receiver, it covers the broadcast band (550-1800 KC) and has short-wave band coverage (in two bands) up to 19 MC. The cabinet was restored using the finest toning and clear lacquers in semi-gloss finish. The electronics were totally restored. Dial is perfect and lights up brightly, original escutcheon in perfect condition, original glass dial cover, bright and working magic tuning "eye." Knobs are correct; grille cloth is reproduction. Aux input has been added: play your favorite tunes or old time radio shows from CD player, iPod, etc. A Bluetooth receiver can be added for $30 (my cost) and you can stream your tunes from your phone, etc. 90 day warranty applies. Weighs 20 lbs, 17"W x 11"H x9"D.  $599.00. (1030201)

 

Silvertone 4575 (1938)

Silvertone 4575 (1938)

This great looking and playing tabletop radio is ready for you to proudly display and listen to. It was sold under the Sears & Roebuck "Silvertone" brand as part of the "Sears Golden Jubilee," which offered a series of radios with different sized gold dials and styles. A six-tube receiver, it covers the broadcast band (550-1800 KC) and has short-wave band coverage (in two bands) up to 19 MC. The cabinet was restored using the finest toning and clear lacquers in semi-gloss finish. The electronics were totally restored. Dial is perfect, original escutcheon in perfect condition, original glass dial cover, bright and working tuning "eye." Knobs are correct; grille cloth is reproduction. Aux input has been added: play your favorite tunes or old time radio shows from CD player, iPod, etc. A Bluetooth receiver can be added for $30 and you can stream your tunes from your phone, etc. 90 day warranty applies. Weighs 20 lbs, 17"W x 11"H x 9"D.  $599.00. (1030186)

 

Silvertone 4763 (1938)

Silvertone 4763 (1938)

This fantastic looking and superb playing large tabletop radio is ready to be proudly displayed and enjoyed. It was sold under the Sears & Roebuck brand name of "Silvertone" as part of the "Sears Golden Jubilee," which offered a series of radios with different sized gold dials and styles in the late 1930s. A six tube receiver, it covers the broadcast band (550-1800 KC) and has short-wave band coverage (in two bands) up to 18 MC. The cabinet was restored using the finest toning and clear lacquers, then hand rubbed to a beautiful finish. The electronics are restored and original except for some tubes and the replaced capacitors and resistors under the chassis. You will be hard pressed to find a nicer example; cabinet has no patches, dial is perfect, original escutcheon and dial glass in good condition, bright tuning "eye." Original knobs, reproduction grille cloth, speaker re-coned. Aux input cable was added: you can plug in an iPod, CD player, etc. and play audio through the radio. Bluetooth receiver can be added for $30 (my cost) and you can stream your tunes from your phone, computer, etc. Chassis pics are available, 90 day warranty. Weighs 20 pounds, 15"W x 12"H x 9"D.  $899.00. (1030202)

 

Stewart-Warner R-407 (Canada, 1938)

Stewart-Warner R-407 (Canada, 1938)

This attractively designed table radio was made by Stewart-Warner-Alemite Corp. Of Canada, LTD., Belleville, Ontario, Canada. It is a five-tube superhet with three bands: Broadcast 550-1750 KC, Short-Wave 1: 1.7-5.5 MC, Short-Wave 2: 5.5-18 MC. It has been totally restored and all bands work great! Electronic restoration included: all capacitors were replaced, all tubes and resistors checked and replaced as needed, power cord replaced with new, and a complete alignment performed. Cosmetic restoration included: cabinet refinished using proper stains and lacquers, and new reproduction grille cloth. Schematic included. 90 day warranty applies. This would be a great addition to any antique radio collection! An impressive set at 19"W x 11"H x 10"D; weighs a hefty 21 pounds.   $349.00. (1030069)

 

Truetone D-727 (1937)

Truetone D-727 (1937)

This rare and very impressive radio is seldom seen or offered for sale. Manufactured by Detrola for the Western Auto "Truetone" brand. With nine tubes, it receives the Broadcast band (550 to 1700 KC) and Short Wave in two bands from 1.7 to 17 MC. Has a bright "eye" tube for tuning, 8" speaker for great sound, nine station presets with motorized tuning (working) using the pushbuttons below the dial, and a brightly illuminated dial for night use. It is nearly identical to the one I sold on October 6, 2016. Had a complete electronics tuneup with all new capacitors, tubes and resistors checked and replaced as needed (chassis pics available). The cabinet was professionally restored using the same type nitrocellulose lacquer as originally used. It displays beautifully and will be a highlight of any collection. Aux input cable has been added; play your favorite tunes or old time radio shows from CD player, iPod, etc. A Bluetooth receiver can be added and you can stream tunes from your phone, laptop, etc. 90 day warranty. Large and heavy: 26 lbs, 21"W x 12"H x 9"D.  $995.00. (1030237)

 

Zenith 6B107 Boat/Trailer Radio (1937)

Zenith 6B107 Boat/Trailer Radio (1937)

Offered is this extremely rare radio sold by Zenith in 1937. This model with speaker was developed to sell to owners of boats and camping trailers. Powered by 6 volts, and in harsh environments, it is doubtful many survived. The lack of AC power use probably resulted in many being thrown away. And not that many were ever produced (less than 1000), so it is a very rare radio. This one has been completely restored by a renowned Zenith expert and converted to AC power. Speaker is correct for the radio. Chassis pics are available; just ask and I will email to you. An aux input cable can be added for no cost: play your favorite tunes or old time radio shows from CD player, iPod, etc. With the cable installed, a Bluetooth receiver can be used and you can stream tunes from your phone, laptop, etc. 1 year warranty on this one! 16"W x 13"H x 12"D.  $2,800.00. (1030233)

 

Zenith 11x17 Poster for 6-S-254, 5-S-250 (1938)

Zenith 11x17 Poster for 6-S-254, 5-S-250 (1938)

This is for one color copy (on 11" x 17" card stock) of a 1938 newspaper advertisement featuring Zenith radio models 6-S-254 and 5-S-250. The image size is 13-1/2" x 10". Matted and framed it makes an excellent wall hanger, as shown in one of the pictures (the framed piece is NOT included). Even if you don't have one of these models, it will be a great display piece. Will be sent in a mailing tube so it will be rolled up. First Class Mail in US is $5. I do not have the original advertisement, and I realize not many collectors own these receivers, but if you do, it is a nice item to have.  $19.95. (1030219)

 

Zenith 11x17 Poster for 9-S-262, 12-S-265, 12-S-266, 6-S-238, 6-S-229 (1938)

Zenith 11x17 Poster for 9-S-262, 12-S-265, 12-S-266, 6-S-238, 6-S-229 (1938)

This is for one color copy of a 1938 newspaper advertisement featuring Zenith radio models 9-S-262, 12-S-265, 12-S-266, 12-S-245, 6-S-229, 6-S-238 on 11" x 17" card stock. The image size is 15-1/2" x 11". Matted and framed it makes an excellent wall hanger, as shown in one of the pictures (the framed piece is NOT included, this is for one print only). Even if you don't have these models, it will be a great display piece. Will be sent in a mailing tube so it will be rolled up. First Class Mail in US is $5. I do not have the original advertisement, and I realize not many collectors own these receivers, but if you do, it is a nice item to have.  $19.95. (1030221)

 

Zenith 11x17 Poster for 15-U-269, 15-U-270, 5-S-228, 5-R-216 (1938)

Zenith 11x17 Poster for 15-U-269, 15-U-270, 5-S-228, 5-R-216 (1938)

This is for one color copy of a 1938 newspaper advertisement featuring Zenith radio models 15-U-269, 15-U-270, 5-S-228 and 5-R-216 on 11"x17" card stock. The image size is 13-1/2" x 10". Matted and framed it makes an excellent wall hanger, as shown in one of the pictures (the framed piece is NOT included, this auction is for one print only). Even if you don't have these models, it will be a great display piece. Will be sent in a mailing tube so it will be rolled up. First Class Mail in US is $5. I do not have the original advertisement, and I realize not many collectors own these receivers, but if you do, it is a nice item to have.  $19.95. (1030220)

 

Zenith Chassis 5905 Operating Instructions (1938)

Zenith Chassis 5905 Operating Instructions (1938)

This is for one copy of the 1938 Operating Instructions for the nine-tube 9-S-232 (Walton) table radio, 9-S-262, 9-S-263, 9-S-264 consoles, 9-S-242, 9-S-244 chairsides, and 9-S-204 phono & radio console. The booklet (looks original) from which the copy was made is in very good condition so copies are very clear and legible. Pictures may appear to be washed out in places, but the actual copy is not. Pictures also distort booklet but it is rectangular and small, 8-1/2" x 5-1/2", with nine pages printed both sides (all pages are shown). The cover is printed on card stock. Last page shows dial readings for short wave stations in North America in 1938. The 9-S-262 console and 9-S-232 are very popular radios, so if you have one (or the less common others) it is a nice display item to have. Add $3 for First Class Mail shipping.  $14.95. (1030217)

 

Zenith Radio 12-Tube Operating Instructions/Station Log (1937)

Zenith Radio 12-Tube Operating Instructions/Station Log (1937)

This is for one copy of the 1937 Operating Instructions and Station Log for the 12-tube console radios 12-U-158, 12-U-158Y and 12-U-159 which used the 1203 chassis. The original from which the copy was made had water damage stains, which can be seen on the bottom half of the images. However, current copies do not show the stains at all. It is small, 8-1/4" x 5-1/2", with six pages printed both sides. The cover is printed on card stock. The camera flash used for the pictures washed out the images; the pages are darker and the printing is very legible on the copy. I realize not many collectors own these receivers, but if you do it is a nice item to have. Add $3 for First Class Mail shipping.  $14.95. (1030218)
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