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Silvertone 6250 (1939)

Silvertone 6250 (1939)
This Silvertone radio was advertised in the 1939 Spring and Summer catalog. It uses the same chassis as the 1939 6120 and was manufactured by Colonial Radio Corp., Buffalo, NY. This cabinet, like the 6120 cabinet is reported to be made by Ingraham Cabinet, Co., Bristol, CT. This one has vertical bars over the grille cloth and three horizontal maple inlays; I refinished the cabinet to really highlight the inlays. It has six tubes, AM and SW. The chassis was cleaned and all controls were cleaned and lubricated. They work as they should and are very smooth. All of the tubes were tested on my Hickok 600A tube tester and any tubes that tested bad or even weak were replaced with NOS tubes. All the electrolytic and wax paper caps were replaced and as well as out of tolerance resistors. A new polarized AC cord was installed for safety. The cabinet was stripped and there is a small blemish on the top right, but it doesn't detract and just like back when it was built. About 14"W x 8-3/4"H x 7-3/4"D.  $375.00. (1610004)
Silvertone 6250 (1939)
This Silvertone radio was advertised in the 1939 Spring and Summer catalog. It uses the same chassis as the 1939 6120 and was manufactured by Colonial Radio Corp., Buffalo, NY. This cabinet, like the 6120 cabinet is reported to be made by Ingraham Cabinet, Co., Bristol, CT. This one has vertical bars over the grille cloth and three horizontal maple inlays; I refinished the cabinet to really highlight the inlays. It has six tubes, AM and SW. The chassis was cleaned and all controls were cleaned and lubricated. They work as they should and are very smooth. All of the tubes were tested on my Hickok 600A tube tester and any tubes that tested bad or even weak were replaced with NOS tubes. All the electrolytic and wax paper caps were replaced and as well as out of tolerance resistors. A new polarized AC cord was installed for safety. The cabinet was stripped and there is a small blemish on the top right, but it doesn't detract and just like back when it was built. About 14"W x 8-3/4"H x 7-3/4"D.  $375.00. (1610004)
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