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RCA R-74 (1933)

NEW!RCA was a powerhouse company during the Golden Age of radio. It's only fitting they offered this powerhouse of a tombstone radio at a premium price. The striking Gothic style cabinet is coupled to a ten-tube Superhet receiver for superior AM performance. This set has an original cabinet in terrific condition, which is always preferred by discriminating collectors. A prior owner may have attached a carry handle on the top but someone did a very nice repair. The grille cloth is original as well as the knobs. The chassis was meticulously restored without regard to cost and a brand new cloth power cord was installed. Don't miss out on this superior performing radio because it's truly a majestic example of early radio history. This radio weighs 46 pounds; 20"H x 15"W x 11-1/4"D.  $495.00. (1340135)
RCA R-74 (1933)
NEW!RCA was a powerhouse company during the Golden Age of radio. It's only fitting they offered this powerhouse of a tombstone radio at a premium price. The striking Gothic style cabinet is coupled to a ten-tube Superhet receiver for superior AM performance. This set has an original cabinet in terrific condition, which is always preferred by discriminating collectors. A prior owner may have attached a carry handle on the top but someone did a very nice repair. The grille cloth is original as well as the knobs. The chassis was meticulously restored without regard to cost and a brand new cloth power cord was installed. Don't miss out on this superior performing radio because it's truly a majestic example of early radio history. This radio weighs 46 pounds; 20"H x 15"W x 11-1/4"D.  $495.00. (1340135)
RCA R-74 (1933)
NEW!RCA was a powerhouse company during the Golden Age of radio. It's only fitting they offered this powerhouse of a tombstone radio at a premium price. The striking Gothic style cabinet is coupled to a ten-tube Superhet receiver for superior AM performance. This set has an original cabinet in terrific condition, which is always preferred by discriminating collectors. A prior owner may have attached a carry handle on the top but someone did a very nice repair. The grille cloth is original as well as the knobs. The chassis was meticulously restored without regard to cost and a brand new cloth power cord was installed. Don't miss out on this superior performing radio because it's truly a majestic example of early radio history. This radio weighs 46 pounds; 20"H x 15"W x 11-1/4"D.  $495.00. (1340135)

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