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Stewart-Warner 07-513H "Dionne Quints" Motif (Jr. Varsity Style, 1939)

Stewart-Warner 07-513H "Dionne Quints" Motif (Jr. Varsity Style, 1939)
FREE DOMESTIC SHIPPING!  I have seen less than ten Stewart-Warner Dionne Quints radios in my 40+ years of collecting. I have personally owned five of these, as my Mother was an avid Dionne Quint collector. We actually vacationed in Canada, and met one of the Quints when I was in my early teens. The five Dionnes were the first set of quintuplets to survive birth, and were a huge sensation in Canada and the USA in the early 30s. I kept one of each of the three variants of these radios. This 9-1/2"W x 5-1/2"H x 5"D five-tube "Junior Varsity" variant is the most common. This is the best of the three I've owned, but has a chip in the bottom, and a sliver missing on the back right lower edge, with a hairline on the bottom. I can see where touch-up has been done to some paint chips on the radio. Quint decals are 95+%. I believe Tom Romano of Tom's Antique Radio & TV also repaired this one for me around ten years ago. I don't see his repair invoice, but the caps are replaced. On test while I sit here, it played well for me. It took a lot of years to get one of each of these sets. If you'd like the set of three before someone buys an individual, $1,995 will buy all three.  $595.00. (1620010)
Stewart-Warner 07-513H "Dionne Quints" Motif (Jr. Varsity Style, 1939)
FREE DOMESTIC SHIPPING!  I have seen less than ten Stewart-Warner Dionne Quints radios in my 40+ years of collecting. I have personally owned five of these, as my Mother was an avid Dionne Quint collector. We actually vacationed in Canada, and met one of the Quints when I was in my early teens. The five Dionnes were the first set of quintuplets to survive birth, and were a huge sensation in Canada and the USA in the early 30s. I kept one of each of the three variants of these radios. This 9-1/2"W x 5-1/2"H x 5"D five-tube "Junior Varsity" variant is the most common. This is the best of the three I've owned, but has a chip in the bottom, and a sliver missing on the back right lower edge, with a hairline on the bottom. I can see where touch-up has been done to some paint chips on the radio. Quint decals are 95+%. I believe Tom Romano of Tom's Antique Radio & TV also repaired this one for me around ten years ago. I don't see his repair invoice, but the caps are replaced. On test while I sit here, it played well for me. It took a lot of years to get one of each of these sets. If you'd like the set of three before someone buys an individual, $1,995 will buy all three.  $595.00. (1620010)
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