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American Bosch 430-T (1936)

From the "golden age" of radio comes this magnificent tombstone style radio. The cabinet is a beautiful example of veneer use that transforms a functional radio into an eye pleasing piece of furniture. The radio appeals to your ears but buyers during the 1930's also demanded style. After all, these were the centerpieces of their family gathering room. This fine example has a near perfect cabinet and the electronics have been painstakingly restored by one of the most experienced and talented technicians on the east coast with no expense spared. The chassis is spotless and free of any corrosion found in old radios. It is a very good performer on AM and shortwave bands. 15-1/2"W x 18-1/4"H x 8-1/2"D; 22 pounds.  $389.00. (1340123)
American Bosch 430-T (1936)
From the "golden age" of radio comes this magnificent tombstone style radio. The cabinet is a beautiful example of veneer use that transforms a functional radio into an eye pleasing piece of furniture. The radio appeals to your ears but buyers during the 1930's also demanded style. After all, these were the centerpieces of their family gathering room. This fine example has a near perfect cabinet and the electronics have been painstakingly restored by one of the most experienced and talented technicians on the east coast with no expense spared. The chassis is spotless and free of any corrosion found in old radios. It is a very good performer on AM and shortwave bands. 15-1/2"W x 18-1/4"H x 8-1/2"D; 22 pounds.  $389.00. (1340123)
American Bosch 430-T (1936)
From the "golden age" of radio comes this magnificent tombstone style radio. The cabinet is a beautiful example of veneer use that transforms a functional radio into an eye pleasing piece of furniture. The radio appeals to your ears but buyers during the 1930's also demanded style. After all, these were the centerpieces of their family gathering room. This fine example has a near perfect cabinet and the electronics have been painstakingly restored by one of the most experienced and talented technicians on the east coast with no expense spared. The chassis is spotless and free of any corrosion found in old radios. It is a very good performer on AM and shortwave bands. 15-1/2"W x 18-1/4"H x 8-1/2"D; 22 pounds.  $389.00. (1340123)

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