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Airline 93BR-4625A (1940)

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Airline 93BR-4625A (1940)

This great looking Airline Bakelite radio has one of the neatest designs of the pre-WWII era. The "moderne" design of this set makes it stand out in any room. It has several great features not often found in Bakelite table top radios. It features AM and Shortwave bands and has a tuning eye that works great and is bright. This radio has been professionally restored and has been repainted back to its original "soft white" color and looks really nice. All paper and electrolytic capacitors have been replaced. The tubes and resistors have been checked and a new power cord has been installed. A great looking, great playing radio. 12"W x 8"H x 6"D.  $325.00. (0150216)

 

Atwater Kent 165 Cathedral (1933)

Atwater Kent 165 Cathedral (1933)

Here is beautiful 1933 Atwater Kent cathedral. This AK has the perfect blend of style and elegance. It is rare to find this model in such nice original condition. The chassis has had a full electronic restoration and the radio sounds as beautiful as it looks. The set is ready to display and enjoy. An audio input can be added at no extra charge. 14-1/2"H x 11"W x 7"D.  $425.00. (0150213)

 

Crosley 6H2 (1936)

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Crosley 6H2 (1936)

This classic 1936 Crosley tombstone excels in the design category. The variety of veneers used as well as the shouldered top and the Art Deco "sky scraper" designs on the sides show the artistic thought that went into designing this set. Another cool thing about this radio is the look of the dial when the set is on (see photos). It has AM and Shortwave bands and plays loud and clear on both bands. All paper and electrolytic capacitors have been replaced. The tubes and resistors have been checked and a new power cord has been installed. A radio you can enjoy listening to every day. 16"H x 12"W x 8"D.  $295.00. (0150217)

 

Detrola 3043 (1939)

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Detrola 3043 (1939)

Here is a hard to find Detrola radio. It features great looking grille cut outs with inlayed wood beading in the cabinet. This radio plays great, pulling in stations loud and clear all across the dial. The cabinet has been refinished and looks really nice. This Detrola been electronically restored with all electrolytic and paper capacitors replaced. Tubes and resistors checked and replaced where necessary. Don't miss the opportunity to add this great little radio to your collection. A Bluetooth input can be added for an additional $55. 12-1/2"W x 9-1/2"H x 7-1/4"D.  $145.00. (0150220)

 

Emerson 581A

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Emerson 581A

This beautiful Emerson radio has an ivory Plaskon cabinet in superb condition, with no cracks or chips. This outstanding radio was designed by Norman Bel Geddes, one of the most famous 1930's and 1940's designers. It has had an electrical restoration which included replacement of all electrolytic and paper capacitors, installation of a strong set of tubes and a new dial lamp, a full RF and IF alignment. The dial looks fantastic when the set is turned on. This is one of the best looking radios of the Golden Age Of Radio. 11"W x 7-1/2"H x 5-1/2"D.  $295.00. (0150215)

 

Emerson 811 (1955)

Emerson 811 (1955)

I am offering for sale this great looking Emerson miniature radio. This colored radio is in outstanding original condition as can be seen in the photos. This radio plays very well picking up stations all across the dial. Rarely are these sets found in this condition. Don't miss the opportunity to own this really cool miniature set. Please e-mail me with any questions. 6-1/2"W x 5-1/2"H x 4-3/4"D.  $165.00. (0150198)

 

Midwest HH7 "The Moderne" Tombstone (1936)

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Midwest HH7 "The Moderne" Tombstone (1936)

I am offering for sale this very rare Art Deco Midwest radio. Named "The Moderne," this beautifully designed radio has been professionally refinished and looks amazing (the photos don't do it justice). The chassis has been electronically restored (12 month warranty) and features five bands. This seven-tube radio is a brute with tremendous power and a large speaker to deliver the sound. The Art Deco dial has stations listed on it and looks really neat when the radio is turned on. These radios don't come available often, so don't miss the opportunity to add this one to your collection. I can add an audio input if requested at no extra charge. 20"H x 14-3/4"W x 9-1/2"D.  $1,295.00. (0150214)

 

Setchell Carlson 416 (1946)

Setchell Carlson 416 (1946)

This great looking 1946 radio is nick named the "Frog Eye" radio because of its unique design. The neat little radio is a great size and would fit nicely on a bedside table or a nook in the kitchen. The chocolate brown swirled case is in excellent original condition with no cracks or chips and the chassis is excellent condition as well. The dial is lighted and looks fantastic at night when turned on. It has been electronically restored (all capacitors replaced, the tubes and resistors have been checked and replaced were necessary). Comes with a one year warranty. 10"W x 7"H x 6"D.  $165.00. (0150212)

 

Stromberg Carlson H225

Stromberg Carlson H225

This beautiful set was made by Stromberg Carlson in Rochester, NY. This rare Art Deco radio is outstanding in every way. The cabinet features beautiful Brazilian Rosewood and exquisite multi wood inlays. It has been expertly refinished using proper stains and lacquers. It has the trademark Stromberg Carlson octagonal dial along with an amazing tulip cut out grille. This model is highly desirable. This radio has AM Broadcast band and two shortwave bands. Plays loud and clear on all bands. A complete electronic restoration (all capacitors replaced, resistors and tubes checked and replaced as needed) has been done and it is warranted for one year. I can add an Aux Input at no extra charge if desired. Weighs 19 pounds, 16"W x 9-1/2"H x 8-1/2"D.  $695.00. (0150207)

 

Zenith 5-R-136 Tombstone (1937)

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Zenith 5-R-136 Tombstone (1937)

Here is a great looking Zenith tombstone that is fairly rare. Only 6,800 of these Zenith tombstones were produced. The cabinet is solid and has been professionally refinished and looks fantastic. It has a big 8-inch speaker so it has big sound and lots of volume. This Zenith been electronically restored with all electrolytic and paper capacitors replaced. Tubes and resistors checked and replaced where necessary. You can enjoy listening to this radio daily. A Bluetooth input can be added for an additional $55. 17"H x 12"W x 8"D.  $275.00. (0150219)

 

Zenith 15-U-269 Console (1938)

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Zenith 15-U-269 Console (1938)

I am offering for sale this rare Zenith "shutter dial" console. This original condition 15-tube "Top Of The Line" radio is outstanding in every way. The Industrial/Modern cabinet design exemplifies the Art Deco influence of that era. This Zenith incorporates all of the latest features offered by Zenith at the time, including motorized tuning, extended tuning range (540kc to 44,780kc), tuning eye and push-pull Class A audio to name a few. This is one of the best sounding Zenith radios ever made. This radio has been electronically restored and plays very strong (the motorized tuning also works great). The cabinet is in excellent original condition as can be seen by the photos, which is hard to find. I can help the new owner arrange shipping (I have shipped over 300 radios) or hold for pick up. I can also install an iPod input for an additional $55. Please email me with any questions. Don't let this rare radio get away!  $2,200.00. (0150218)
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