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Airline 62-406 "Teledial" (1937)

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Airline 62-406 "Teledial" (1937)

Here is a nice looking Art Deco wood radio that plays great. The electronics have been restored and the eye tube is bright and closes fully on strong stations. The speaker is a replacement and it sounds excellent. The cabinet has its original finish and it's very good. It uses a long wire for an antenna. 17"W x 9"H x 9"D; weighs about 20 lbs. $200.00. (1270285)

 

Airline 62-425 (1937)

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Airline 62-425 (1937)

Here is a nice five-tube transformer set that works good. The electronics have been restored and it works well with a long wire antenna. The cabinet has been refinished at some point and is still very good. This is a nice small set at 11"W x 7"H x 7"D. $160.00. (1270286)

 

Belmont 6D121 (1936)

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Belmont 6D121 (1936)

Here is a great looking six-tube Art Deco radio that plays well and sounds great. The chassis has been electronically restored to good working order. This is a desirable design Bakelite cabinet. The case has been repainted to its original color. 12"W x 7"H x 6-1/2"D. $155.00. (1270283)

 

Bendix 55L2U (1949)

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Bendix 55L2U (1949)

Here is a great looking Plaskon case radio that works great. It picks up stations all across the dial. The chassis has been restored to good working order. The case has no defects and it has a good label on the bottom. 11"W x 7"H x 7"D. $125.00. (1270288)

 

Coronado 43-8245 "Cadet" (1951)

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Coronado 43-8245 "Cadet" (1951)

Here is a great looking bright red plastic tube radio. This is a real eye catcher! The radio works great and picks up all my local stations here in the Minneapolis area. The case has no chips or flaws and has a perfect back. Don't let this one pass you by. 11"W x 6"H x 5"D. $125.00. (1270287)

 

Crosley 516 (1936)

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Crosley 516 (1936)

Here is a nice looking small tombstone radio that work well with a long wire antenna. This has AM and SW bands and both receive stations across the dial. It has been electronically restored and all caps have been replaced. The dial is colorful when lit up. The cabinet is original finish and has no issues. This set is small enough to fit on any shelf or table. 11-1/2"H x 11"W x 6-1/2"D. $145.00. (1270282)

 

Crosley F5TWE (1954)

Crosley F5TWE (1954)

Here is a great small five-tube set made for the kitchen. This "Musical Chef" is all original inside and out. The radio plays great and sounds excellent. Crosley made very high quality sets. No chips or cracks with just a tiny amount of paint nicks for this original finish. The timer also works well. I don't think you can find a nicer original set than this one. 10"W x 6"H x 6"D. $125.00. (1270277)

 

Emerson 25A (1933)

Emerson 25A (1933)

Here is a nice small four-tube AM-only set. The radio has been electronically restored so it's good for another 50 years. The radio plays well with a long wire for an antenna. It picks up all the local stations here. The cabinet is made by the Ingraham Co and has nice inlaid detailing. It has the original finish. 11"W x 7"H x 5"D. $225.00. (1270268)

 

Emerson 343(?) (1940)

Emerson 343(?) (1940)

Here is a great looking Bakelite AM band set that has been electronically restored and sounds terrific. The case has no chips or cracks and is still shiny like new. I am not sure of the exact model but looks like the model 343 but just AM band. 13"W x 8"H x 7"D. $140.00. (1270264)

 

Emerson 653 (1950)

Emerson 653 (1950)

Here is a nice ivory Plaskon (it's really white but the camera I used just would not show it). The chassis has been electronically restored and it plays nicely, picking up stations all across the dial. The case has no chips or cracks. 11"W x 7"H x 6"D. $75.00. (1270275)

 

Plymouth AM/SW (1936)

Plymouth AM/SW (1936)

Here is a great looking two-band big airplane dial set that plays nicely with a long wire antenna. The chassis has been restored with all new caps and filters. This is a five-tube AM/SW band set and both bands work good. The bottom of the cabinet says it is a model 549. The cabinet is in good condition with original finish. This set is a real eye catcher. The dial measures 6" across. 17"W x 10"H x 7"D. $225.00. (1270281)

 

RCA 55-X (1942)

RCA 55-X (1942)

Here is a nice performing wood set from the 1940's. The chassis has been electronically restored and it sounds great. Wonderful full tone to it. The cabinet is in excellent condition with a good original back and label. 17"W x 8"H x 7"D. $250.00. (1270280)

 

Silvertone 4765 (1937)

Silvertone 4765 (1937)

Here is a great performing three-band eight-tube set that has great styling. The radio works well on all three bands with a long wire attached. The eye tube is bright and closes completely on strong stations. The chassis has been electronically restored and should play for another 25 years or so. The cabinet looks like an original finish. The front dial area is burl walnut. This weighs about 28 lbs boxed. 20"W x 13"H x 12"D. $495.00. (1270272)

 

Skyrover Tombstone (1936)

Skyrover Tombstone (1936)

Here is a nice machine age tombstone style radio made by Warwick Manufacturing. The model is unknown but it is a five-tube AC set and it is a wonderful performer on both BC and SW bands. The chassis has been electronically restored and the cabinet has been refinished by the previous collector. The cabinet has on both sides some nice decorations. If you like the machine age sets you will love this one. 15"H x 11"W x 8"D. $295.00. (1270274)

 

Unknown Mini Cathedral (1935)

Unknown Mini Cathedral (1935)

Here is an interesting four-tube small cathedral radio that has no manufactures name on it. This is a TRF set and it has been electronically restored. It pulls in loud and clear all my local AM stations with a long wire attached. The dial lights up a nice green color and the tuning control is smooth to turn. It has plenty of volume also. The chassis is very clean and original. The cabinet is solid and the original finish is excellent. There is one tiny tare in the grille cloth on the left side. 14"H x 10"W x 9"D. $200.00. (1270260)

 

Westinghouse H-576T4 (1956)

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Westinghouse H-576T4 (1956)

Here is a nice pink plastic four-tube radio that has a great 3-D effect in the front of the radio. The radio is in mint condition and it plays loud and clear. The case has no defects and it makes for a great display set or everyday user set. Only 9"W x 6"H x 6"D. $110.00. (1270284)
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Terms for sale
Guarantee
I guarantee my radios to be in working condition for a period of 30 days.  If a radio stops working contact me and we will work together to make it work.  If for some reason you are not happy with your purchase you can return it within seven days for a refund less the shipping.

My Restorations
I replace all out of tolerance parts.  I lubricate and clean all controls and align the chassis to factory specs.  I run the radio for two hours before the radio is shipped.  I do some small restorations to the cabinet which I will note in my ad.

Payments
I accept payment from PayPal using my email address.  I also accept money orders, cashier's check or personal checks (please allow two weeks for check to clear).

Shipping
I normally ship using UPS ground in the continental USA.  However I will ship by USPS if you request it.  If you want it shipped by another carrier I will need your zip code to determine the shipping cost.  I have a small handling charge to cover only the cost of the box and shipping materials.


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