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Sparton 557 "The Sled" (1936)

Sparton 557 "The Sled" (1936)
Joe's Radio Shop is proud to present another exceptional Art Deco radio. It was designed by Walter Dorwin Teague for the Sparks-Withington Co. of Jackson, Michigan. Radio people refer to it as "The Sled" and it's highly sought after by collectors. There is a reproduction available of this iconic radio, however this is an authentic one! This All American five-tube radio receives broadcasts across the AM band and was professionally rebuilt by Blake, a proud member of the Joe's Radio Shop team. The capacitors have been replaced, tubes and resisters tested and replaced as needed. A new cloth line cord was added as was an 8-ft antenna. A complete alignment was performed to complete the chassis restoration and the radio plays like new. The cabinet was refinished, all of the mirrors have been re-silvered and the chrome bars have been replated. The original chrome screw on the end of the cabinet was misplaced by the previous owner and will be sent on when located. Don't miss out on an opportunity to own this wonderful piece of art! You will never regret buying the best! 18"W x 9"H x 8"D.  $4,295.00. (1600052)
Sparton 557 "The Sled" (1936)
Joe's Radio Shop is proud to present another exceptional Art Deco radio. It was designed by Walter Dorwin Teague for the Sparks-Withington Co. of Jackson, Michigan. Radio people refer to it as "The Sled" and it's highly sought after by collectors. There is a reproduction available of this iconic radio, however this is an authentic one! This All American five-tube radio receives broadcasts across the AM band and was professionally rebuilt by Blake, a proud member of the Joe's Radio Shop team. The capacitors have been replaced, tubes and resisters tested and replaced as needed. A new cloth line cord was added as was an 8-ft antenna. A complete alignment was performed to complete the chassis restoration and the radio plays like new. The cabinet was refinished, all of the mirrors have been re-silvered and the chrome bars have been replated. The original chrome screw on the end of the cabinet was misplaced by the previous owner and will be sent on when located. Don't miss out on an opportunity to own this wonderful piece of art! You will never regret buying the best! 18"W x 9"H x 8"D.  $4,295.00. (1600052)
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