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Mullard MAR34 (1947)

NEW!This radio is well suited for a James Bond movie. It is powerful, sophisticated and quite mysterious at the same time. Mullard was a highly respected British manufacturer who apparently produced (or at least assembled) this radio in the US. Finding any documentation on this specific model is impossible, and it's stumped many experienced radio collectors. Based on similar post-war models, I'm estimating it was manufactured in 1947. Rest assured, you'll be the only person on your block with this beauty. A brave and exceptionally talented technician restored the electronics, but two minor issues remain which do not affect the operation or performance. First, the green eye tube does not seem to register signal strength. It appears to be a strong tube so I don't suspect it's faulty. Secondly, the band switch works properly but it does not display the setting in the upper right dial. It's not difficult to ascertain the band setting based on the knob position. As you would expect, it's a superb performer on AM and shortwave bands. The cabinet is in remarkable original condition. 20-1/2"W x 12-3/4"H x 9-1/2"D; 29 pounds.  $495.00. (1340126)
Mullard MAR34 (1947)
NEW!This radio is well suited for a James Bond movie. It is powerful, sophisticated and quite mysterious at the same time. Mullard was a highly respected British manufacturer who apparently produced (or at least assembled) this radio in the US. Finding any documentation on this specific model is impossible, and it's stumped many experienced radio collectors. Based on similar post-war models, I'm estimating it was manufactured in 1947. Rest assured, you'll be the only person on your block with this beauty. A brave and exceptionally talented technician restored the electronics, but two minor issues remain which do not affect the operation or performance. First, the green eye tube does not seem to register signal strength. It appears to be a strong tube so I don't suspect it's faulty. Secondly, the band switch works properly but it does not display the setting in the upper right dial. It's not difficult to ascertain the band setting based on the knob position. As you would expect, it's a superb performer on AM and shortwave bands. The cabinet is in remarkable original condition. 20-1/2"W x 12-3/4"H x 9-1/2"D; 29 pounds.  $495.00. (1340126)
Mullard MAR34 (1947)
NEW!This radio is well suited for a James Bond movie. It is powerful, sophisticated and quite mysterious at the same time. Mullard was a highly respected British manufacturer who apparently produced (or at least assembled) this radio in the US. Finding any documentation on this specific model is impossible, and it's stumped many experienced radio collectors. Based on similar post-war models, I'm estimating it was manufactured in 1947. Rest assured, you'll be the only person on your block with this beauty. A brave and exceptionally talented technician restored the electronics, but two minor issues remain which do not affect the operation or performance. First, the green eye tube does not seem to register signal strength. It appears to be a strong tube so I don't suspect it's faulty. Secondly, the band switch works properly but it does not display the setting in the upper right dial. It's not difficult to ascertain the band setting based on the knob position. As you would expect, it's a superb performer on AM and shortwave bands. The cabinet is in remarkable original condition. 20-1/2"W x 12-3/4"H x 9-1/2"D; 29 pounds.  $495.00. (1340126)

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