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These are radios sold in the past year that were reported sold either the day they were published for sale or the next day.
They are displayed in random order. Click on any of these "One-Day Wonders" to see what you missed.....

Motorola 53H (1954)Zenith Royal 51FADA 264G (1936)Zenith 6-D-525 (1941)Silvertone 7241 (1939)Philco PT-43 (1939)Zenith Royal 675Sentinel 1U346 (1953)Zenith K731 (1963)Realistic DX-440 Multiband Portable (1988/89)
Zenith 6-D-221 (1938)Hitachi TH-660RCA 66X2 (1946)Emerson 744 Series B (1954)Sony TFM-1000WEmerson 659B AM/FM (1951)Motorola 68X12Q (1949)General Electric T1221 (1966)Trav-Ler 5008Silvertone 212
Sylvania 598 (1956)L-Tatro Tombstone (1964)Zenith G723 AM/FM (1951)Admiral Y2061 Super 7 (1960/1961)General Electric F-53 (1937)Atwater Kent 80 Cathedral (1931)Zenith Royal 790Stewart-Warner R-110AT Tombstone (1933)Columbia 312 portable Record Player (1959)Philco 53-566 (1953)
RCA 9X641 (1949)FADA 252 "Temple"Airline 62-424B (1939)FADA 795 FM Tuner (1948)General Electric C510 (1961)Zenith Royal 3000-1Silvertone 2015 (1955)General Electric 7-4100JA  (1932 repro)Hallicrafters 5R10A (1951)FADA 605 (1946)
Truetone D-724 "Globetrotter" (1937)Zenith 6-D-512 "Beehive" (1941)Grundig Classic 960 "50th Anniversary Edition" (1996-2000)Westinghouse H-436T5 (1954)Zenith Royal R59W (1960s)Emerson 108 (U5A) Tombstone (1936)Zenith H519 (1961)Majestic 85 Tombstone (1936)Electrovox BXL-729Zenith 6-D-525 (1941)
Truetone D-2610 (1946)Zenith 6-G-601M "Sailboat" (1942)Emerson FC-400 "Aristocrat" (1940)Bendix 110 (1948)Westinghouse H-598P4 Portable (1956)Emerson 118 (1936)Jewel 505 "Pin-Up" Clock Radio (1947)Emerson 561 "Moderne" (1949)Garod 5A2 (1946)Coca-Cola Cooler Radio AM/FM/Cassette
Sony ICF-9650W AM/FM (1978)Zenith 5-D-011 (1946)Howard D15 Tombstone (1935)Magnavox AM-22Zenith 6-D-525 (1941)Firestone R-1661-A (1936)RCA 5X (1935)Zenith 6-D-525 (1941)Zenith Royal 500D (1958)Zenith B-508 (1957)
Farnsworth DT-55 (1942)Motorola 59T4 (1939)Crosley E-15SL "Buick Front" (1953)Zenith 6-D-029 (1946)Zenith Royal 500HZenith 6-D-425 (1940)Zenith Cube (1938)Climax ME "Frownie Face" (1937)Airline GTM-1200ASentinel 248W (1941)
Zenith 707 (1933)Zenith A723F (1958)Realistic 12-742 "Astronaut" Portable (1969)Emerson 169 (1937)General Electric 551 Clock Radio (1953)Audition 1069Howe Crystal Radio Receiver (1924)Motorola 55L3U Portable (1956)Sparton 518 Tombstone (1936)Philco 46-200 (1946)
Philco D-661 Portable (1954)RCA 66X2 (1946)Majestic IS-49 "Melody Cruiser" (1940)Rocket Radio Crystal SetDeWald H-533 (1954)Emerson 838 HybridMantola (1938)Zenith 5-S-119 (1937)Meissner 8C FM Tuner (1951)RCA 66X2 (1946)
Philco 41-221 (1941)Toshiba 8TM-41 Portable (1961)Crosley 817 (1937)Emerson 888 Vanguard (1958)Magnavox 2-AM-70Crosley 11-103-U (1951)Westinghouse 501 (1948)Zenith 6-S-321 "Stars & Stripes" (1939)Panasonic R-1052Silvertone 2015 (1955)
Zenith X519 Clock Radio (1955)Zenith Royal 185Star-Lite HiFi (1960s)RCA 66X7 Catalin (1946)Aetna 30A67W (1935)Silvertone 101.585 (1946?)Bendix 115 (1947)Zenith 4-W-31 Tombstone (1936)Bulova 110 (1957)Stromberg-Carlson 61-H "Triple Range" (1935)
Crosley 11-101U "Dynamic Bullseye" (1951)Crosley 11-102U "Dynamic Bullseye" (1951)RCA 3-BX-54 (1954)Addison 5 "Courthouse" (1942)Northern Electric 5000 "Rainbow" (1946)RCA 66X1 (1946)Emerson Patriot CatalinNEC NTF-901Artone R1046U (1948)Remler 21-3 "Minuette" Cathedral AM/PB (1932)
Motorola 1R23 (1958-59)Philco G-963 (1958)Emerson 108 (U5A) Mini Tombstone (1936)
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