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Philip Morris CD-V2 Cigarette Radio (Late 1950s?)
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Philip Morris CD-V2 Cigarette Radio (Late 1950s?)
This is quite a rare and interesting advertising display piece that appears to be even more rare that than the Marlboro version. This is a full miniature five-tube set. I have seen variations on the internet where the radio also used transistors. It has an auto transformer with a fuse that allows you to switch between 120V and 220V. There are some small worn areas around the edges. The case has a type of decal used all the way around the radio. There is not a lot of info on these type radios. John Slusser's price guide shows these with a value of $600-800. The radio is in good working order. 13"H x 9"W x 5"D.  $395.00. (1510009)
Philip Morris CD-V2 Cigarette Radio (Late 1950s?)
This is quite a rare and interesting advertising display piece that appears to be even more rare that than the Marlboro version. This is a full miniature five-tube set. I have seen variations on the internet where the radio also used transistors. It has an auto transformer with a fuse that allows you to switch between 120V and 220V. There are some small worn areas around the edges. The case has a type of decal used all the way around the radio. There is not a lot of info on these type radios. John Slusser's price guide shows these with a value of $600-800. The radio is in good working order. 13"H x 9"W x 5"D.  $395.00. (1510009)
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