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Arvin 444 (1946)
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Immediately after WWII, almost everyone could afford a radio and demand was sky high. Arvin fulfilled a need for inexpensive radios meant for playing in secondary areas of the home such as the kitchen or a bedroom. This pint sized metal radio isn't much taller than a 12-oz can of Coke, yet it plays as well as you would expect for an inexpensive little portable. Most of these were quickly tossed in the trash or neglected once transistor radios came along, so finding one in such great shape is impossible. There are a few little scrapes (see the left front edge) but it's one of the nicest examples I've ever seen. Touch it up or leave it as-is. A prior owner restored it. 6-1/2"W x 6"H x 5"D.  $119.00. (1340028)
Arvin 444 (1946)
Immediately after WWII, almost everyone could afford a radio and demand was sky high. Arvin fulfilled a need for inexpensive radios meant for playing in secondary areas of the home such as the kitchen or a bedroom. This pint sized metal radio isn't much taller than a 12-oz can of Coke, yet it plays as well as you would expect for an inexpensive little portable. Most of these were quickly tossed in the trash or neglected once transistor radios came along, so finding one in such great shape is impossible. There are a few little scrapes (see the left front edge) but it's one of the nicest examples I've ever seen. Touch it up or leave it as-is. A prior owner restored it. 6-1/2"W x 6"H x 5"D.  $119.00. (1340028)
Arvin 444 (1946)
Immediately after WWII, almost everyone could afford a radio and demand was sky high. Arvin fulfilled a need for inexpensive radios meant for playing in secondary areas of the home such as the kitchen or a bedroom. This pint sized metal radio isn't much taller than a 12-oz can of Coke, yet it plays as well as you would expect for an inexpensive little portable. Most of these were quickly tossed in the trash or neglected once transistor radios came along, so finding one in such great shape is impossible. There are a few little scrapes (see the left front edge) but it's one of the nicest examples I've ever seen. Touch it up or leave it as-is. A prior owner restored it. 6-1/2"W x 6"H x 5"D.  $119.00. (1340028)

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