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Philips 470A-29 (1938-1939)

Philips 470A-29 (1938-1939)
Gerard Philips and his father, Frederick, founded Philips in 1891. An innovative, internationally successful company, Philips produced and/or created the following which will be near and dear to the hearts of Radio Attic fans: In 1927, Philips began producing radios and within five years had sold one million sets and became the world's largest manufacturer of radios and radio tubes. The 1982/1983 market launch of the Compact Disc, developed together with Sony, represented another technological landmark for Philips. In 1997, once again in-conjunction with Sony, Philips introduced the DVD. Our radio has four tubes, AM, LW, and SW Bands. Its case is either brown-swirled Bakelite or Catalin. The radio plays well. Richard replaced the AC power cord, cleaned its case and knobs, re-glued a tube base, and aligned the IF & RF.  $750.00. (1300083)
Philips 470A-29 (1938-1939)
Gerard Philips and his father, Frederick, founded Philips in 1891. An innovative, internationally successful company, Philips produced and/or created the following which will be near and dear to the hearts of Radio Attic fans: In 1927, Philips began producing radios and within five years had sold one million sets and became the world's largest manufacturer of radios and radio tubes. The 1982/1983 market launch of the Compact Disc, developed together with Sony, represented another technological landmark for Philips. In 1997, once again in-conjunction with Sony, Philips introduced the DVD. Our radio has four tubes, AM, LW, and SW Bands. Its case is either brown-swirled Bakelite or Catalin. The radio plays well. Richard replaced the AC power cord, cleaned its case and knobs, re-glued a tube base, and aligned the IF & RF.  $750.00. (1300083)
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