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Detrola 105A Rome (1936)
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NEW!Originally selling for $15.90, this little Depression Era radio was sold to families who wanted a second set for the bedroom or those who couldn't afford a larger radio in the family room. Made in Detroit, this petite radio featured the busy "Network Dial" that gave the impression you could pick up stations across the globe. Frankly, it performs very well. The sweeping wood side panels were also found on more expensive Detrola sets. The cabinet, grille cloth and knobs are completely original. It has been restored by one of the most talented and experienced technicians on the east coast and includes a new period correct cloth cord. It weighs 7 pounds and measures 12"W x 8"H x 6-1/2"D.  $329.00. (1340103)
Detrola 105A Rome (1936)
NEW!Originally selling for $15.90, this little Depression Era radio was sold to families who wanted a second set for the bedroom or those who couldn't afford a larger radio in the family room. Made in Detroit, this petite radio featured the busy "Network Dial" that gave the impression you could pick up stations across the globe. Frankly, it performs very well. The sweeping wood side panels were also found on more expensive Detrola sets. The cabinet, grille cloth and knobs are completely original. It has been restored by one of the most talented and experienced technicians on the east coast and includes a new period correct cloth cord. It weighs 7 pounds and measures 12"W x 8"H x 6-1/2"D.  $329.00. (1340103)
Detrola 105A Rome (1936)
NEW!Originally selling for $15.90, this little Depression Era radio was sold to families who wanted a second set for the bedroom or those who couldn't afford a larger radio in the family room. Made in Detroit, this petite radio featured the busy "Network Dial" that gave the impression you could pick up stations across the globe. Frankly, it performs very well. The sweeping wood side panels were also found on more expensive Detrola sets. The cabinet, grille cloth and knobs are completely original. It has been restored by one of the most talented and experienced technicians on the east coast and includes a new period correct cloth cord. It weighs 7 pounds and measures 12"W x 8"H x 6-1/2"D.  $329.00. (1340103)

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