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Antique Electric Radios
Expert Repair and Restoration of table and console radios, phono, hi-fi audio, juke boxes, vintage Ham radios, auto radios, crank phonographs
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John Hartman, P.O. Box 201
Eaton, NH 03832 - (603) 447-4821
nm1h@hotmail.com


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All listed items are electrically & cosmetically repaired unless noted.  Six month warranty on labor.  Satisfaction guaranteed.  I ship worldwide!
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Silvertone 47 Clock Radio (Late 1960s)

Silvertone 47 Clock Radio (Late 1960s)

This is an early transistorized table radio in a stylish, dark plastic cabinet with silver metallic grille, knobs, clock dial face and radio dial surround. The clock works and has been cleaned and lubricated. The dial lens has no scratches and is crystal clear as are the clock control knobs. The radio has been checked and works fine. AC, BC only, 10"W x 8"H x 4"D.  $35.00. (0360120)

 

Zenith 6-D-2620 (1942)

Zenith 6-D-2620 (1942)

This is a uniquely styled little wood radio made just before the WWII ban on U.S. consumer radio manufacturing. Famous Zenith black dial, international short wave reception and nicely rounded top and inward slopping sides makes this radio highly prized by collectors. Powerful, six tube performance with a built in antenna or a short indoor antenna for short wave (supplied). Perfect wood with great original finish and knobs. Restored by Antique Electric Radios. Dial cover, speaker, line cord and capacitors replaced. Tubes checked, tuned, aligned and dial calibrated. 117 volt AC/DC, AM, SW, 14"W x 9"H x 7"D, 7 pounds.  $240.00. (0360115)

 

ECA 201 (1947)

ECA 201 (1947)

Manufactured by Electronic Corporation of America in Brooklyn, NY, this nice wood radio has a scalloped, wrap around blond grille on a darker body. The slanted slide rule back-lighted gold detailed dial with clear, black reverse printing lights brightly when playing. All original. Strong playing with excellent tone. Tubes checked, capacitors replaced, aligned, tuned, dial calibrated. Unusual radio for your collection! AC/DC, BC, 12"W x 8"H x 7"D.  $95.00. (0360100)

 

Learadio 6614 (1946)

Learadio 6614 (1946)

Greek-like stately styling complete with tesselate patterns around the base makes this high-gloss, marble color Bakelite radio a standout! No cracks or chips. Excellent condition. Six tube sensitivity. Weak tubes replaced, recapped, tuned, aligned, calibrated and tone enhanced for excellent broadcast band reception. The perfect addition to your next toga party! 13"W x 8"H x 7"D.  $175.00. (0360093)
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Antique Electric Radio Barn Sale!

For those of you who do restoration yourself or just collect non-working radios, the following items are offered “as is” and non-working unless otherwise noted and they are priced accordingly.  For additional cost, I can do professional electronic and cosmetic restoration on many of these items bringing them up to like new condition.  I will gladly ship these items or they can be picked up from my location, saving shipping costs.  Customers are always welcome to visit and browse around my huge barn to see these and other unlisted items and to enjoy the truly unique and beautiful village of Eaton, New Hampshire.  Overnight lodging and accommodations are available nearby (www.theinnatcrystallake.com).

 

FADA L96W (1939)

FADA L96W (1939)

Elegantly styled radio of white plastic with classic grille work. Tight micro cracks and missing dial lens but definitely worth restoring. Five tube performance and style make this a collectors must have! Sold "as is" but I can restore for a nominal sum or you can do! 115 VAC/DC; BC. 10 pounds. 14"W x 8"H x 7"D.  $75.00. (1360023)

 

Peerless Reproducer (1920s)

Peerless Reproducer (1920s)

Sticker on original wood back cover says "made by United Radios Company." This is a very nice unit with very good, strong wood and fair finish. Clearly needs some restoration on the grille cloth and some speaker cone work. Speaker metal is fine. I'll leave this restoration to someone who knows 1920 restoration and will give this little speaker a nice home! 7 pounds. 11"W x 12"H x 6"D.  $50.00. (1360021)

 

Stewart Warner 1911D (1938)

Stewart Warner 1911D (1938)

One of the late "farm radios" before rural electrification was complete. This one has 117 VAC option in addition to the usual 6 volt car battery supply. Five tube Superheterodyne circuit. Nice wood design on the ends and sits on a wood pedestal. Curved front corners. Veneer is complete but lifting a little in the back. Dial is in great shape but three knobs are missing. Nice piece of American history! You restore or I do for a nominal additional charge. BC, 6 VDC or 117 VAC, 16 pounds. 17"W x 10"D x 12"H.  $150.00. (1360016)

 

Philco 10888 TV

Philco 10888 TV

16" picture tube. Complete, good wood, fair finish, good grille. 36" x 21" x 18".  $100.00. (1360010)

 

Zenith 12-S-XX Console (model unknown)

Zenith 12-S-XX Console (model unknown)

Twelve tube black shutter dial, center dial part missing otherwise complete, good wood, poor finish, good grille. 41"H x 27"W x 14"D.  $350.00. (1360008)

 

Bremer-Tully Console (model unknown)

Bremer-Tully Console (model unknown)

Late 1930s. Neat columns in front! Good wood, small upper front veneer patch missing, good finish, small scratches. Type 47 tube missing, transformer loose, tear in speaker grille. 44"H x 25"W x 13"D.  $250.00. (1360005)

 

Display Vacuum Tubes

Display Vacuum Tubes

Impress and educate your friends and co workers (who may never have seen a vacuum tube) with these beautiful radio display tubes! The smaller ones are receiving tubes and the larger ones are audio and transmitting tubes. Mounted on antique white wood bases. Pulled from radios and transmitters I repair, these are not all good, but they still look great! Size is from 1-1/2" to 7". Cost from small to large: $8, $10, $12, $14, $25, $50, $60 ea. This is the price for the whole set:  $160.00. (1360002)

 

General Electric 423 (1951)

General Electric 423 (1951)

Here is a nice 1951 ivory plastic radio that really pulls in the stations with good tone and plenty of volume. Knobs and back are original. It has a nice styling that should go good in most any kitchen or wherever a working radio belongs. Some minor nicks and wear but very clean and no cracks. BC, AC/DC. 12-1/2"W x 8-1/2"H x 8"D.   $85.00. (1360001)
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Purchase and Repair Warranty: If the item fails to work within six months of purchase or repair invoice date due to electrical failure, item will be repaired free of charge minus materials, postage, insurance and any expense to repair any damage caused by shipping or customer. All returns must first be authorized by Antique Electric Radios by calling (603) 447-4821 or email: nm1h@hotmail.com. A copy of this invoice must be mailed with return. We reserve the right to not accept returns. This guarantee and warranty is non transferrable.

Shipping Insurance claims: If the shipper fails to deliver the item to the customer the insurance claim will be processed by Antique Electric Radios. If item arrives at the customer damaged, the insurance receipt and a copy of this invoice will be mailed to the customer for his processing at his location. If the customer pays the shipper directly the customer assumes all responsibility for shipment including insurance settlements. Antique Electric Radios is only responsible to insure items up to the repair cost or purchase price unless directed otherwise by the customer.

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"The Zenith arrived here yesterday afternoon in great shape due to great care taken when packed! It is absolutely Great!" -- Dennis
"The Black Diamond...is a beautiful radio with great reception and tone. Thanks for packaging it so carefully. I am very happy to have this in my home." -- Dennis
"The radio and all the accessories arrived safe and sound. Thank you for the first class packaging... I'll be a repeat customer." -- Charles
"Thank you for packing the Fisher up so well. You are the best packer yet, out of about 150 imports from the USA so far!" -- Wayne, Canada
"Received radio today and couldn't be happier. Plays well and has real good sound... once I get moved I may contact you again for another one" -- John
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I received my radio this morning, and it is perfect!  It is exactly as I remember from my youth, and it plays great. Thanks so much for your attention to detail when packing it." -- Ray
"I had some friends over on the weekend and the radio was a hit!  They couldn't believe what great shape it was in and how old it was." -- David
"Crosley D-25WE & Panasonic R-70 arrived today... Thanks for your fast service and good packing." -- Bob
"Radio arrived today...I'm very happy with it, great reception and it looks brand new." -- Carl

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