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Emerson 106 (1935)
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NEW!Radio companies didn't produce many oval shaped radios. In fact, they're very uncommon. That's because the cost to manufacture a completely oval cabinet with seamless veneer coverage was an expensive process. The chassis slides in from the bottom of the cabinet so the rear of the radio looks almost as nice as the front. You certainly can't say that about many antique radios! Emerson had some of the most elegant cabinet designs of the 1930's and this is a prime example. This fantastic little set has an outstanding original finish and retains the original knobs and grille cloth. A prior owner did a correct electronic restoration with a new power cord and it plays well. It weighs 10 pounds and measures 12-1/2"W x 9"H x 6"D.  $395.00. (1340108)
Emerson 106 (1935)
NEW!Radio companies didn't produce many oval shaped radios. In fact, they're very uncommon. That's because the cost to manufacture a completely oval cabinet with seamless veneer coverage was an expensive process. The chassis slides in from the bottom of the cabinet so the rear of the radio looks almost as nice as the front. You certainly can't say that about many antique radios! Emerson had some of the most elegant cabinet designs of the 1930's and this is a prime example. This fantastic little set has an outstanding original finish and retains the original knobs and grille cloth. A prior owner did a correct electronic restoration with a new power cord and it plays well. It weighs 10 pounds and measures 12-1/2"W x 9"H x 6"D.  $395.00. (1340108)
Emerson 106 (1935)
NEW!Radio companies didn't produce many oval shaped radios. In fact, they're very uncommon. That's because the cost to manufacture a completely oval cabinet with seamless veneer coverage was an expensive process. The chassis slides in from the bottom of the cabinet so the rear of the radio looks almost as nice as the front. You certainly can't say that about many antique radios! Emerson had some of the most elegant cabinet designs of the 1930's and this is a prime example. This fantastic little set has an outstanding original finish and retains the original knobs and grille cloth. A prior owner did a correct electronic restoration with a new power cord and it plays well. It weighs 10 pounds and measures 12-1/2"W x 9"H x 6"D.  $395.00. (1340108)

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