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General sales policy and collecting interest
I look for and find radios from a variety of sources, and appreciate restorations as well as nicely preserved original radios.  I also restore some cabinets as well.  I do light repairs, (caps), but mostly look for radios that work, (original or restored).   I have a real affection for radios in very fine, unrestored condition.
I offer a five day no questions asked return policy.  If you don't like it, just send it back for a full refund.  I encourage you to ask all the questions you need to to ensure that you understand a given radio, warts and all.
I generally ship UPS, but will consider and work with you as to who you may prefer to ship with.  Shipping is quoted after the final destination is known.  Overseas sales are OK where practical. 
Checks, Money Orders and PayPal are fine, and soon I will accept credit cards.
 

 

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 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)

 

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)

 

Truetone D-723 (1939)

Truetone D-723 (1939)

This Detrola made set features three bands and an 8" speaker. It has the stationized dial, and the floral motif grille. The set is a great performer, and has had an aux input added. 19"W x 12"H x 10"D.  $1,350.00. (1100257)

 

RCA 7T1 Tombstone (1936)

RCA 7T1 Tombstone (1936)

RCA not only owned the patents for radio manufacturing, it also invented the magic green tuning eye tube, in wide use by 1936, and a design trend that exemplifies the late 30's. Restored inside and out, this is a seven-tube receiver with an 8" speaker. 22"H x 16"W x 9"D.  $1,250.00. (1100258)

 

Stewart Warner R-169A "Cube" (1937)

Stewart Warner R-169A "Cube" (1937)

Stewart Warner was famous for gauge making, used in everything from planes to cars. They had an equally good reputation in the radio industry. This set is the popular cube design, and features seven tubes and a top firing speaker. An aux input has been added, too. 14"W x 12"H x 9"D.  $1,250.00. (1100259)
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