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Emerson 707 Tube Portable (1954)
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Emerson 707 Tube Portable (1954)
Historical set. The early developers of the infamous TR-1 by Regency used this set to help them design the first marketed transistor radio. While this is not a transistor radio, it was one of the smallest tube radios back in 1954. This example is in good condition considering its age: just a hairline crack on the left front and a couple nicks and stress marks near the battery. This is very common damage for these old fragile sets. It comes with leather case, too. I tried to rig it up but couldn't get it to work with power supply. I didn't investigate.  $140.00. (1430103)
Emerson 707 Tube Portable (1954)
Historical set. The early developers of the infamous TR-1 by Regency used this set to help them design the first marketed transistor radio. While this is not a transistor radio, it was one of the smallest tube radios back in 1954. This example is in good condition considering its age: just a hairline crack on the left front and a couple nicks and stress marks near the battery. This is very common damage for these old fragile sets. It comes with leather case, too. I tried to rig it up but couldn't get it to work with power supply. I didn't investigate.  $140.00. (1430103)
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