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Radio Craftsmen "Kitchenaire" (1946)

Radio Craftsmen "Kitchenaire" (1946)
FREE DOMESTIC SHIPPING!  Here is one I'll bet you have never seen. This Radio Craftsmen "Kitchenaire" is one of only two I've ever seen in person. The other was really beat, and this one is not perfect. I don't think many were made, and what were led a pretty hard life in kitchen areas. It could be wall mounted, but I suspect most sat on the counter and held salt, pepper, and spices on its left and right glass shelves. This set came from the amazing collection I purchased at an Auburn, Maine Doctor's estate. He only collected the best to be had of each radio. This one is in great shape with the exception of the glass plate around the Volume control as can be seen in the pictures, and a small edge chip on the bottom left glass shelf. I doubt if you will ever find another--period. Set played well when tested. Would look right at home in any 40s or 50s styled kitchen. 22-1/2"W x 11"H x 7"D.  $395.00. (1620022)
Radio Craftsmen "Kitchenaire" (1946)
FREE DOMESTIC SHIPPING!  Here is one I'll bet you have never seen. This Radio Craftsmen "Kitchenaire" is one of only two I've ever seen in person. The other was really beat, and this one is not perfect. I don't think many were made, and what were led a pretty hard life in kitchen areas. It could be wall mounted, but I suspect most sat on the counter and held salt, pepper, and spices on its left and right glass shelves. This set came from the amazing collection I purchased at an Auburn, Maine Doctor's estate. He only collected the best to be had of each radio. This one is in great shape with the exception of the glass plate around the Volume control as can be seen in the pictures, and a small edge chip on the bottom left glass shelf. I doubt if you will ever find another--period. Set played well when tested. Would look right at home in any 40s or 50s styled kitchen. 22-1/2"W x 11"H x 7"D.  $395.00. (1620022)
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