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Admiral 4L2A (1958)

Admiral 4L2A (1958)

Cute little Mini four-tube set plays on AM. The nice case is gray plastic; it's in excellent condition and has no chips or cracks. It plays strong and is working very well. 8-3/4"W x 6"H x 5"D.  $54.50. (0020900)

 

Airline 74WG-1509 (1947)

Airline 74WG-1509 (1947)

Restored and in very good condition both electronically as well as the case which has no chips, cracks or scratches. 12-1/2"W x 8"H x 6-1/4"D.  $139.00. (0020991)

 

Airline 94BR-1526A (1949)

Airline 94BR-1526A (1949)

This sharp looking cutie has been electronically restored. It works as well as it looks with stations coming in clear and with plenty of volume. It is a five-tube Superheterodyne AM radio. It has a good solid back cover. 11"W x 7"H x 6"D.  $174.50. (0021167)

 

Arvin 618A "Phantom Maid" (1937-38)

Arvin 618A "Phantom Maid" (1937-38)

This "Phantom Maid" model was built for Arvin by Noblitt-Sparks Inc. It has been electronically restored with all of the old capacitors replaced with newer longer lasting ones. The old type electrolytics which can cause that deep hum in older radios have also been replaced and now you will enjoy a clearer quality sound. It is working beautifully now. It is a six-tube fairly powerful Superheterodyne set including the 6E5 magic tuning eye tube. It receives broadcasts on AM as well as Short-Wave. Its large 6-inch speaker provides you with that quality of sound that you expect from a radio of the period. The cabinet as can be seen is in very nice condition. 19"W x 10-1/4"H x 9"D.  $325.00. (0021219)

 

Atwater Kent Speaker (1930s)

Atwater Kent Speaker (1930s)

This very nice looking Atwater Kent speaker cabinet has a pretty fair replacement and working speaker mounted in it. The handsome cabinet is all original. 13-3/4"W x 9-1/4"H x 8-3/4"D.  $75.00. (0021198)

 

Aviola 601 (1947)

Aviola 601 (1947)

Nice looking, stylish radio restored electronically. No cracks or chips in the case and it polished to a nice shine. 10"W x 6-1/2"H x 6"D.  $125.00. (0020952)

 

Coronado 43-8353 (1947)

Coronado 43-8353 (1947)

This nice looking Bakelite table radio is in excellent condition, it has been electronically restored and is working perfectly bringing in the stations all across the dial with plenty of volume. The case has no cracks, chips or scratches. It has a lighted dial and a self contained loop antenna attached to the back cover. The push buttons work fine too, and are set to local stations.  $149.00. (0021046)

 

Crosley Bardstown Entertainment Stand

Crosley Bardstown Entertainment Stand

Bardstown Entertainment Stand, perfect for the Crosley Musician Entertainment Center. Paprika finish. 25"H x 20"W x 16"D.  $129.00. (0020960)

 

Crosley CR3022A "Ranchero"

Crosley CR3022A "Ranchero"

Impressive sound by Crosley meets outstanding vintage design in this tabletop AM/FM radio. The Ranchero features a clean "new-stalgic" look with a touch of vintage flare and an acoustically tuned and ported speaker enclosure. With big sound that is sure to impress, listen to all your favorites with the analog AM/FM radio tuner or by simply connecting your MP3 player or other external audio device. Analog tuner, wood style cabinet, Auxiliary input, 3" studio driver, glossy piano finish, durable aluminum grille. In two colors. 13"W x 6"H x 5-1/2"D.  $99.00. (0021064)

 

Crosley CR6004 USB Turntable

Crosley CR6004 USB Turntable

Sleek and streamlined is Crosley's stylish new USB turntable. Easily convert all those favorite vinyl 45's and 33 rpm records you have to digital via USB. Connects to Windows equipped PC and Mac. Belt driven turntable mechanism. Diamond stylus needle. Automated return tone arm. Software suite for ripping & editing. Auto shut-off. USB cable, recording software suite, diamond stylus needle, 45 rpm adapter and user manual all included. 19-1/2"W x 4-1/4"H x 14-3/4"D.  $199.95. (0020824)

 

Crosley CR6016A "Spinnerette" USB Turntable

Crosley CR6016A "Spinnerette" USB Turntable

Preserving your vinyl collection to your computer is simply a click away. Easily take your favorite vinyl and convert them to digital files in just seconds. Simply plug in the USB cable, play your record and watch as the Spinnerette creates digital files on your computer. The Spinnerette interfaces with the USB port on any computer utilizing the supplied software; it's that easy. Belt drive, Diamond Stylus Needle, Plays three speeds, Comes with software for ripping and editing audio content. Portable Ready-Simply Plug-In your Portable Audio Device or MP3 Player. USB connection for Mac or PC. Dynamic Full Range Speaker. Colors Red or Teal. Item No. CR6016A. Click here to see a Crosley product that allows you to record your turntable, tape deck, or mixer into your computer!  $149.95. (0020872)

 

Crosley CR6017A Player Turntable

Crosley CR6017A Player Turntable

Featuring minimalist style and simplistic lines, the Crosley Player three-speed turntable marries mid-century design with modern audio conveniences. With analog AM/FM radio, a dynamic full-range speaker and a portable audio input for connecting MP3 players or other external devices, the Player will add an element of retro chic to any room in the house. Features NP6 diamond stylus needle, belt driven turntable. Plays three speeds: 33-1/3, 45 And 78rpm. Portable audio ready; simply plug in your portable audio device or MP3 player, fully automatic return tone arm, headphone jack, clear removable dust cover, AC power adapter (12VDC, 1500mA). 14"W x 4"H x 10-1/2"D.  $100.00. (0021065)

 

Crosley Musician Entertainment Center

Crosley Musician Entertainment Center

The Crosley Musician boasts an exterior cabinet that even the most discriminating would be proud to own and will be appreciative of the combination of fine styling and the performance of this classic entertainment center. Crafted of hardwoods and veneers and smoothly finished in Paprika. It is portable audio ready, too. Analog AM/FM radio, programmable CD player, cassette deck and three-speed record player. Crosley Bardstown Entertainment Stand also available. 17"W x 12-1/2"D x 10"H; shipping weight 19 pounds.  $169.95. (0020959)

 

Emerson 414 (1941)

Emerson 414 (1941)

This very nice looking AM radio has been completely restored and is working perfectly. It has a large loop antenna and so receives many stations with plenty of volume. The handsome Bakelite case has a good polish, there are no cracks, chips or scratches on it. 12"W x 7-1/2"H x 6"D.  $97.00. (0021214)

 

Emerson 522 (1946)

Emerson 522 (1946)

Here's a very nice table radio that has been completely restored and works great. The very shiny dark brown case has a black handle and matching black knobs. 11"W x 8"H x 5-1/2"D.  $139.50. (0020998)

 

Emerson 577B (1948-49)

Emerson 577B (1948-49)

Here is a very nice looking AM, eight-tube Superheterodyne set that has been electronically restored and is in good working condition. It has a lighted dial and a large built-in coil antenna for excellent reception all across the dial. Note: added feature--it is also iPod, MP3 and phonograph capable with attached a cable you see in back. 18"W x 12"H x 9-3/4"D.  $245.00. (0021229)

 

Emerson 5152 Tombstone (1936)

Emerson 5152 Tombstone (1936)

This is a real cutie and a rare one too. This little tombstone may be tiny but it has a lot of power. This tiny five-tube set has been completely restored with new capacitors thru-out, all circuits and tubes have been checked, all is working great. The finish is real nice, too. It has a lighted dial and measures just 13"H x 10"W x 6-1/2"D.  $325.00. (0021206)

 

Emerson FP422 (1941)

Emerson FP422 (1941)

Here's a nice little all solid wood five-tube table model radio, broadcast on AM and has a large internal loop antenna for excellent reception. It has been completely gone through, checked all the tubes, replaced the old capacitors and it sounds great. It has a lighted dial and tone control. 11-1/2"W x 8-1/4"H x 7"D.  $175.50. (0021098)

 

Espey 6514 (1946)

Espey 6514 (1946)

Here is a well made and remarkably good performing radio and a fairly rare one, too. It has been totally restored and it is electronically perfect. The beautiful all solid wood cabinet has been professionally refinished to look as new. It has a lighted dial a new power cord, built-in antenna for good reception and good solid back cover. 12"W x 8-1/2"H x 6-1/2"D.  $239.00. (0021073)

 

Firestone Air Chief R-313-A (1939)

Firestone Air Chief R-313-A (1939)

The Art Deco Styling of this radio makes one take notice and sort of reminds me of the Sparton Sleigh or some of that era's modern radio styling. This is a very strong working set, a six tube Super-Heterodyne radio broadcasting on AM. The electronics have all been gone through and brought up to date with all modern parts to last for many more years of enjoyment. The grand looking cabinet has also been professionally refinished. Lighted dial, original knobs and pushbuttons. 18"W x 10"H x 8-1/2"D; weighs 18 pounds.  $279.95. (0021160)

 

General Electric 102 (1948)

General Electric 102 (1948)

This model was such a great success, the chassis for it was used in at least six other GE models. The radio has been gone through and has been completely restored, with all electronics tested and updated with new longer lasting electronic parts. It has great reception due to a very large built-in loop antenna. The case is in excellent condition too with no flaws at all. 12"W x 8"H x 7"D.  $169.50. (0021070)

 

General Electric 200 (1946)

General Electric 200 (1946)

The set has been completely recapped, all the older capacitors have been replaced, tubes checked and those that were weak have been replaced with new or good tested used. The case is a swirled dark brown Bakelite with not a crack, chip or any bad scratches. It has a lighted dial and a large built in coiled antenna which helps to give it great reception and excellent sensitivity.  $125.00. (0021221)

 

General Electric 941 Clock Radio (1956)

General Electric 941 Clock Radio (1956)

This nice looking AM clock radio has both clock and radio working very well. It has a nice polish. There are no chips, deep scratches or cracks on it. It has an AC utility plug in the back to plug maybe a lamp or another appliance into it. This radio is light brown and white with gold trim. 12"W x 6-1/2"H x 4-1/2"D.  $79.50. (0021191)

 

General Electric 941 Clock Radio (1956)

General Electric 941 Clock Radio (1956)

This nice looking AM clock radio has both clock and radio working very well. It shows some wear for its years but it cleaned and as you can see it polished up nicely. There was a stress crack on the bottom which has been strengthened with jewelers epoxy and won't show anyway. It has an AC utility plug in the back to plug maybe a lamp or another appliance into it. 12"W x 6-1/2"H x 4-1/2"D.  $79.50. (0021168)

 

Gilfillan 5AD-W (1942)

Gilfillan 5AD-W (1942)

Small five-tube AM broadcast. Electronically restored and working well. The case is in nice condition with exception to a repaired crack on the bottom screw hole (see extra photos). 8"W x 5"H x 4-3/4"D.  $98.00. (0020864)

 

Gilfillan 54-A (Late)

Gilfillan 54-A (Late)

This fine looking AM broadcast set and fairly rare tabletop radio of which I have seen only one or two others over the many years I have been restoring radios. It has had a complete all around restoration, its new finish has it looking great as you can see. Also all the old electronic paper & wax capacitors were replaced as well as the electrolytics, so there is no hum in the background. The tubes have all been checked too, replacing any of those that didn't meet the specs with good ones. Its large Loop antenna brings in many radio signals loud and strong. This radio will serve you for many years. 12-1/2"W x 8"H x 6-1/2"D.  $157.50. (0021217)

 

Guild 556 "Country Bell" (1955)

Guild 556 "Country Bell" (1955)

While it has the looks of an old time telephone from back in the 1920's it is actually an AM radio, the crank on the side is the tuner, by lifting the receiver it will turn on. It has a lighted dial and a tone control. The radio has been electronically restored and works and looks like it's brand new, the tubes have all been tested with replacement being made as needed. This radio will work for many years to come. The well made all solid wood case is in very good condition with a nice finish.  $99.00. (0021055)

 

Hallicrafters 5R10A (1951-1954)

Hallicrafters 5R10A (1951-1954)

This very nice looking radio is a six-tube Superheterodyne with four Bands, AM Broadcast plus Police-Aviation & Ham, and two Short-Wave Bands. It has been electronically restored and is in excellent working condition and plays loud clear. The black metal case is in very good condition too, of course it shows some wear for its 60 plus years but as you can see it has no heavy scuffs, deep scratches or dents. Lighted dial. 13"W x 7-1/2"H x 8-3/4"D.  $145.00. (0021169)

 

Hallicrafters S-200 Legionnaire (1965)

Hallicrafters S-200 Legionnaire (1965)

This nice low profile AM radio has 4 short wave bands. It has been electronically restored and works very well. Its all metal case is in good shape without any dents, just the one mark you see on the top. Otherwise it's quite clean. 12"W x 7"H x 13"D.  $125.00. (0021200)

 

Hello Kitty Boom Box

Hello Kitty Boom Box

Hello Kitty Boombox AM/FM radio and more. Like new is this very clean and great looking AM, FM Radio with a CD and Cassette player. All in good working condition.  $47.00. (0021138)

 

Howard 901-A (1946)

Howard 901-A (1946)

Howard Radio was one of radio's earliest manufacturers, started in the early 1920's. This nice looking and great working AM five-tube superheterodyne radio has been completely restored, replacing all the old type capacitors with the newer and updated type caps. The old electrolytics have also been replaced so there will not be any annoying hum. All tubes have also been checked and any that didn't meet the manufacturers specifications have been replaced with new or checked like new tubes. It has a large internal loop antenna for excellent reception. The case has been professionally refinished to look as it was new. 13"W x 6-1/2"H x 6-1/4"D.  $297.50. (0021226)

 

Icom 2Gat Two-Meter Transceiver (1989-90)

Icom 2Gat Two-Meter Transceiver (1989-90)

This is a very good working 2-Meter handheld Transceiver. Receive range is 138-174 MHz. Tuning steps include 5, 10, 20 or 25 KHz. Features include battery saver, 20 memories, program and memory scan, and DTMF keyboard. Power output is selectable at 7 or 1 watts. This set comes with the instruction manual, BNC flex antenna, two NiCad battery packs with charger and the wrist strap.  $125.00. (0021224)

 

Kenwood Microphones

Kenwood Microphones

Both microphones are working and had been used on the Kenwood TS-870 and the TS-120S. These are sold separately. Each for  $20.00. (0020972)

 

Kenwood TM-281A FM Transceiver (Package)

Kenwood TM-281A FM Transceiver (Package)

Working, nearly new and hardly used is this Kenwood TM-281A; it's a complete mobile radio package you can always count on. As tough as nails, this MIL-STD-compliant transceiver delivers powerful performance, excellent audio clarity, and a host of advanced features. It offers superb operating ease day or night thanks to the large backlit LCD and illuminated keys. So the next time you take off, take the TM-281A. Features, Hi power 65 watt output, large front speaker, Amber LCD display with brightness control, 200 memory channels and one call channel, 6 alphanumeric characters and offers 100 memory channels, multiple scan functions. Magnetic Antenna and instruction manual all included.  $149.00. (0021145)

 

Kenwood TR-7600 Two-Meter Transceiver/ Astatic 575-M6 Microphone

Kenwood TR-7600 Two-Meter Transceiver/ Astatic 575-M6 Microphone

Good working Kenwood Transceiver with the highly regarded and sought after Astatic 575-M6 mic. The Kenwood TR-7600 is a digitally synthesized high performance, two-meter mobile transceiver featuring a four digit LED frequency display with memory. The transmit power can be set for 1 or 10 watts. Frequency range is 144-147.995 MHz. Included is the Astatic 575-M6 Power microphone famous for being the best sounding mobile mic made and rated No. 1 by radio operators world wide. With the volume and tone controls you're able to adjust the audio that best suits you.  $139.00. (0021104)

 

Learadio 561 (1945)

Learadio 561 (1945)

Very nice looking AM broadcast radio and after some electronic repair and up-grades it's working beautifully. This model 561 has a Bakelite case and has the same five-tube chassis as the models 562 and 563 and has the same internal loop antenna. 10-1/2"W x 8"H x 7"D.  $225.00. (0020953)

 

Motorola 52B5 (1951-52)

Motorola 52B5 (1951-52)

This good looking AM broadcast portable radio has an all metal case with a gold painted top and the lower covered with a black vinyl material. There are no scuffs in the vinyl or cracks or breaks, it's a very solid, nice case. The electronics have been upgraded with all the newer electronic parts and the radio plays very well, loud and clear and bringing in many stations. It works on standard AC household current. When it was used as a portable radio it required two "D" size batteries and a 67.5 volt "B" battery which is no longer available. 8-1/4"W x 6-1/4"H x 2-1/4"D.  $89.00. (0021132)

 

Multi-Function Entertainment Center

Multi-Function Entertainment Center

Thomas Pacconi Nostalgic Phonograph with AM/FM radio, Cassette Player/Recorder and CD Player. Record player plays 33, 45 and 78 RPM records. The Recordable cassette player can record records, CD's & Radio program. Gently used, very clean, no scratches, it's in great condition. New sells for much more. Weighs 21 pounds; 21"W x 13-1/2"H x 12"D.  $159.00. (0020892)

 

Musicaire 801 (1938)

Musicaire 801 (1938)

This radio has had a complete going over. It's been electronically upgraded with the latest in new longer lasting electronic parts, capacitors, electrolytics, tubes checked and some replacements had to be made. The case has been professionally refinished. A great looking and great sounding radio for every day use. It has a lighted dial and a built-in coil antenna for excellent reception.  $285.50. (0021194)

 

Philco 50-526 (1950)

Philco 50-526 (1950)

This stylish looking five-tube, AM broadcast radio has been restored and is working beautifully. The maroon Bakelite case is in excellent condition with no cracks, scratches or chips. 12"W x 8"H x 7"D.  $135.00. (0021171)

 

Pilot B-1 (1940)

Pilot B-1 (1940)

This radio has been electronically restored and is working very well. It receives standard broadcast and has short-wave. It has six tubes, a lighted dial and a built-in loop antenna. The case is Bakelite and has a repaired crack in the top, right but it doesn't take away from its good looks, (see extra photos). 15-1/4"W x 8-1/2"H x 6-3/4"D.  $120.00. (0021000)

 

RCA 6BX-6 Portable (1946)

RCA 6BX-6 Portable (1946)

This nice little portable radio was one of the first portable radios RCA produced after WWII and is a good working four-tube AM receiver. It is all original. It has no cracks or chips out of the case. There is a small spot on the grille that looks like something hit there and one smaller in back. 10-1/2"W x 7-1/2"H x 3"D.  $42.50. (0021209)

 

RCA 9-BX-56 (1949)

RCA 9-BX-56 (1949)

This sharp looking AM portable has a modernistic look with its gold accented look and the classic drop-down dial cover. It works on 117 volt house current or batteries, 67.5 + 7.5 volts. It is a four-tube Superheterodyne radio and works very well having been electronically restored. 11"W x 8"H x 5"D.  $84.50. (0021220)

 

RCA 9X641 (1950)

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RCA 9X641 (1950)

This fine AM radio certainly has that stealth look to it with its sharp looking edges sorta like the stealth B2 bomber. It's a very fine radio, I have replaced all of the older capacitors with new, longer lasting ones and all the tubes have been checked, replacing any that were bad or weak. I also replaced the power cord. It is a very good playing radio, stations come in clear and with plenty of volume. Also if you have an iPod or an MP3 player downloaded with all your favorite music you can play them through this radio;s amplifier using the audio-input jack you can see in the back. The case is in very nice condition with no cracks, chips or scratches. 12"W x 8"H x 8"D.  $125.00. (0021231)

 

RCA 56X (1945)

RCA 56X (1945)

This nice looking RCA radio has been electronically restored with all the older type paper capacitors being replaced with newer types as well as the electrolytics, which are the ones that cause a loud hum. All the tubes have been checked with new or like new ones replaced for bad. The power cord has also been replaced. The Bakelite is nicely polished and is in very good condition with no cracks, chips or scratches. It has a lighted dial, a large built-in antenna for great reception. 12"W x 8"H x 7-1/2"D.  $139.00. (0021228)

 

RCA Tube Caddy

RCA Tube Caddy

Radio and TV repairman's tube caddy filled with about 200 new old stock tubes.  $75.00. (0021223)

 

Signal Corps I-177 Tube Tester by Hickok (1947)

Signal Corps I-177 Tube Tester by Hickok (1947)

This is one of the most rugged and easy to operate tube testers that you will have the pleasure to use. These testers were manufactured by the well known Hickok Mfg. Co., manufacturers of some of the finest electronic equipment produced. This model was made for the U.S. Military in the 1940's through the early 1950's and is capable of testing almost all radio tubes of that era. This fine tester has been completely restored and re-calibrated and is working perfectly. Complete with Operating Manual and Tube Test Data, plus Supplementary Data.  $239.00. (0021227)

 

Silvertone 3215 (1954)

Silvertone 3215 (1954)

Here's great looking little four-tube portable radio which has been electronically restored and is working beautifully. Uses AC power, the batteries are no longer available. It plays on AM and has very good power for a small set. The shiny red case is in very good condition with no cracks, chips or deep scratches. 9-3/4"W x 7"H x 3-1/2"D.  $125.00. (0021185)

 

Silvertone 9005 (1949)

Silvertone 9005 (1949)

This nice five-tube AM radio has been electronically restored; all tubes checked and some replaced all the old paper capacitors have been replaced, the electrolytic caps replaced, too, and it sounds like and looks like new. The dark brown Bakelite case has a nice polish and has no chips, cracks or scratches. 12-1/4"W x 7"H x 7"D.  $115.00. (0021192)

 

Sprague Tel-Ohmike TO-5 Capacitor Analyzer

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Sprague Tel-Ohmike TO-5 Capacitor Analyzer

This good working Sprague capacitor analyzer has been recapped & recalibrated. It is compact and a very reliable way to measure the resistance and capacitance with a direct-reading bridge circuit. A current-limited AC voltage ranging from 6 volts to as high as 66 volts or more is used on the bridge. The eye tube indicator opens when the correct resistance or capacitance is selected by way of the main dial potentiometer. It features several ranges of capacitance from 1 to 100 µF for testing low-range mica and ceramic capacitors and additional ranges for testing most types of electrolytic and paper capacitors up to 2,000 µF. The unit's metal case is in excellent condition with no dents, dings or scratches, and it has a new leather handle also it comes with the operating manual & schematics.  $139.50. (0021230)

 

Stewart Warner 91-53 Tombstone (1938)

Stewart Warner 91-53 Tombstone (1938)

This beautiful AM + SW tombstone style radio has been restored electronically and picks up stations with plenty of volume all across the dial. As an extra I have installed an RCA jack and switch so you can play your iPod, MP3 or even your older non- amplified record player thru it if you have one. It works perfectly with good reception. The case looks as if it was refinished some while ago and is in very nice condition, too. 15"H x 12-3/4"W x 8-1/4"D.  $449.00. (0021163)

 

Stromberg Carlson 541 (1940s)

Stromberg Carlson 541 (1940s)

Exceptionally looking early 40s converted farm set with a perfectly working power supply. It has been completely restored and is working very well. The case had a little damage, bottom right that has been repaired to be hardly noticeable only if it is pointed out. The case has been refinished, it does look very nice. 15-1/2"W x 8"H x 8"D.  $139.00. (0020923)

 

Thomas 511 (1989) Collectors Edition

Thomas 511 (1989) Collectors Edition

This Collectors Edition is from the "Americas Series" Receives broadcasts on AM-FM; and Cassette Player. It's in like new condition. 14"H x 9-3/4"W x 7-1/2"D.  $57.50. (0021222)

 

Thomas Phonograph Replica

Thomas Phonograph Replica

This Thomas replica has all the appearances of being a vintage 1920's Edison Phonograph like those played in the parlors of many homes throughout America, but in reality it is an AM-FM Radio and Cassette Player. The all wood cabinet has a beautiful Oak finish and looks like new. This gently used piece not only looks great, the radio and cassette player are working exceptionally well too. 12"W x 11-1/2"D x 6-1/2"H; the horn is 17" long.  $94.50. (0021094)

 

Trav-Ler 46-37 Karenola (1956-57)

Trav-Ler 46-37 Karenola (1956-57)

This nice little AM Superheterodyne Midget radio only has five tubes, but it has BIG sound. It has a built-in antenna for very good reception. The cream color case almost looks like a Plaskon type plastic. There is a small one and a half inch very thin stress crack on the top right (see extra photos), it is priced accordingly. Only 9-1/2"W x 6"H x 5"D.  $87.50. (0021188)

 

Truetone D2718 AM/SW (1947)

Truetone D2718 AM/SW (1947)

The radio has been completely restored electronically the grand looking Art Deco case has been professionally repainted from a drab, scratched up case to a gorgeous glittering green and gold, making it a real showpiece. This radio is a Super-Heterodyne AM and Short-Wave with seven tubes and a large 4" x 6" speaker. It has a large built-in antenna and has plenty of power to bring in even distant stations loud and clear. 14-1/2"W x 8-1/2"H x 7-1/2"D.  $295.00. (0021183)

 

Vintage Radio Note Cards

Vintage Radio Note Cards

Six card set of note cards with matching antique gold envelopes. Folded card size is 6" x 4-1/2". In plastic bag.  $7.95. (0020958)

 

Vintage Radio Note Cards, Set #2

Vintage Radio Note Cards, Set #2

Set of Six "RADIO NEWS" Note Cards and envelopes.  $7.95. (0020983)

 

Vintage Radio Note Cards, Set #3

Vintage Radio Note Cards, Set #3

Six cards with envelopes.  $7.95. (0020984)

 

Zenith 5-D-611 (1942)

Zenith 5-D-611 (1942)

This nice little table top radio has five tubes, a lighted dial, and it receives on AM. The electronics have all been gone through, checking every part and replacing every one that did not meet the factory specifications, and it sounds great. The case is in very nice condition with no cracks, chips or scratches. It has a good solid back dust cover. 11-3/4"W x 6-1/2"H x 6-1/2"D.  $149.00. (0021074)

 

Zenith 5-R-312 (1938)

Zenith 5-R-312 (1938)

This great looking and highly sought after Zenith radio has been called "The Beehive," "The Record Stack" and "The Pancake" because of its unique appearance. The set has been completely restored and with the great looking black painted case offset by the white knobs and pushbuttons it really stands out. Electronically restored; it's in excellent working condition.  $339.00. (0021118)

 

Zenith 6-G-001Y "Universal" (1946)

Zenith 6-G-001Y "Universal" (1946)

The Zenith 6G001Y Trans-Oceanic Companion portable radio was introduced as a smaller AM Broadcast only companion to the Zenith 8G005Y in 1946. The nice looking black Leatherette covering is in good condition. It has been fully restored and is working great. 15"W x 10"H x 6"D.  $129.00. (0021025)

 

Zenith 6G601L Universal "Sailboat" (1941-42)

Zenith 6G601L Universal "Sailboat" (1941-42)

This is most probably the rarest of the Universal "Sailboat" companion portable series, as some of the cases were canvas covered, others a alligator vinyl etc. This case has a nice leather cover and as you can see is in very nice condition. Recapping was completed, tubes all checked out and it is in good working condition. 15"W x 9-3/4"H x 7"D; weighs a little over 10 lbs.  $215.00. (0021212)

 

Zenith H500 Trans-Oceanic (1951-1954)

Zenith H500 Trans-Oceanic (1951-1954)

This nice Trans-Oceanic has AM broadcast plus 4-8 MC Weather & Marine, 2-4 MC Weather & Marine plus five Short-Wave bands. Electronically restored and it's working very well. This model is certainly the best known and most famous one, and surely almost every radio collector encounters it sometimes somewhere. This model is rather widely known throughout Europe. The spread 49m band was omitted and two wider bands added, 2 to 4 MHz and 4 to 8 MHz which made a total of seven bands available. The reason behind this was mainly that the B-band medium wave (3 to 5 MHz) was demanded by Americans being stationed in the tropics as well as from yachtsmen wanting to watch weather and radio navigation stations at frequencies around 2 MHz, 3 MHz, and 7 MHz. When opened, the front lid shows the detachable Wave-magnet for medium wave (BC). Please note; It has just two issues, there is a spot you can see on the upper right of the Wave-magnet and a crack in the dial frame. 16-3/4"W x 11"H x 7-3/4"D.  $225.00. (0021213)

 

Zenith Royal 7000-1 Trans-Oceanic (1971-72)

Zenith Royal 7000-1 Trans-Oceanic (1971-72)

I purchased this nice looking Zenith Trans-O some while back because I had always wanted one; even though I don't work on solid state radios I thought I'd go ahead and get it. Well it definitely is a nice looking radio but it does have some issues. AM is working as well as the short-wave bands and all except FM. I have used it just as it is but it's time to pass it along maybe to someone who has the know how to fix her so she's working well again. The case as you can see is in pretty nice condition and the long antenna is straight as an arrow and the chrome is in very nice condition without any pitting or flaking. I have seen these going for $300 to $350 but because of the problems mentioned I have priced it accordingly.  $189.00. (0021211)
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