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General Television 534 Piano Radio (1947)

General Television 534 Piano Radio (1947)

The radio is an All American Five-tube AM only, receiver with an aux input added for modern audio devices. Additional pics upon request. 11"W x 10"D x 10"H.  $375.00. (1100262)

 

Arvin Rhythm Queen (1936)

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Arvin Rhythm Queen (1936)

Long considered one of the most beautiful consoles of the Golden Age, Arvin also introduced a styling theme to its radio lineup. A nine-tube receiver, it is a real performer, with great sensitivity. 41"H x 24"W x 14"D.  $2,695.00. (1100266)

 

Bendix 556C (1946)

Bendix 556C (1946)

Deeply swirled two tone Catalin set. AM only five-tube radio. Restored and working. 13"W x 10"H x 8"D.  $650.00. (1100260)

 

Detrola 148-E (1939)

Detrola 148-E (1939)

Detrola had a terrific run with this series of sets, both under its name and several others. Three-band, seven-tube set, featuring the large colorful dial and magic green eye tube. Restored inside and out, an aux input has been added. The set retains its original back. 18"W x 12"H x 9"D.  $1,400.00. (1100256)

 

Emerson 148 (1937)

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Emerson 148 (1937)

The cradle is made of solid walnut, and allows the set to move up or down. Lovely unusual design that doesn't show up often. 13"W x 13"H x 8"D.  $845.00. (1100269)

 

Emerson PR-365 (1940)

Emerson PR-365 (1940)

This Emerson is a powerful player, featuring two 6L6 audio output tubes. Cabinet by Ingraham, with an aux input added. One of the few Emersons to sport an eye tube. 18"W x 12"H x 12"D.  $1,350.00. (1100254)

 

G&F Sales "Searchlight" (1936)

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G&F Sales "Searchlight" (1936)

One of the more unusual designs of 1936. Adopting the then new magic tuning eye, it is a six-tube receiver. New dial by Palmquist; it is contoured as the original. Aux input has been added. 22"H x 16"W x 7"D.  $1,495.00. (1100267)

 

Heathkit GR-21 FM Radio (1958)

Heathkit GR-21 FM Radio (1958)

Interesting transition radio as FM was gaining more and more popularity. Purchased as a kit, and assembled at home. Small eye tube rounds out its modern look. Electrical work warrantied for 60 days. An auxiliary input may be added for use with your phone or other devices, for an additional $75.00. Small at 15"W x 9"H x 6"D.  $425.00. (1100238)

 

RCA 40X57 "San Francisco Exhibition" (1939)

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RCA 40X57 "San Francisco Exhibition" (1939)

Companion set to the RCA "NYC Worlds Fair" set. All American five, AM only receiver. 9"W x 7"H x 6"D.  $795.00. (1100268)

 

Sparton 517E (1936)

Sparton 517E (1936)

Cube styled radio, with three bands. Rare ebony and chrome model. Restored and working.  $1,350.00. (1100261)
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