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"Selling radios at the Radio Attic since March 2000"

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Atwater Kent 555 Music Box (1933)

Atwater Kent 555 Music Box (1933)

This is a rarely seen 1933 Atwater Kent model 555 Music Box radio. This is a stunning original example of this rare and desirable radio. The outstanding cabinet features beautiful detailed inlays. It's also a great size measuring only 12-1/2"W x 7-3/4"H x 8-1/2"D. This five-tube set has been completely electronically restored with all capacitors replaced, resistors and tubes checked and replaced as needed. It looks and sounds great. This rare radio has never been offered on the Radio Attic. Don’t miss the opportunity to add this radio to your collection. Please email me or call me (615)809-4764 with any questions you have. $725.00. (0150303)

 

Lafayette 60 (1934)

Lafayette 60 (1934)

I am offering for sale the is truly rare Lafayette Model 60 tombstone radio. This ten-tube Art Deco radio is fantastic in every way. The cabinet has been very nicely refinished. The chassis has been completely electronically restored and plays and sounds great. This is a great looking set from my personal collection. Please email or call me (615)809-4764 with any questions you have. I can add an audio input at no extra charge is desired. 21"H x 16"W x 12"D. OBO. $795.00. (0150305)

 

Ozarka Senior S-1 (1924)

Ozarka Senior S-1 (1924)

This a rare Ozarka Senior S-1 (1924). Ozarka radios are rarely seen and are highly collectable. They represent a neat part of radio history. Here's how Ozarka got started. J.Matheson Bell, Vice President of Montgomery Ward, left in 1922 to form Ozarka. He contracted Tri-City Radio Company to manufacture his sets and quickly set up a network of door-to-door salesman. It was a great opportunity for individuals to own their own business. Not something that was commonly found in the early 1920's. Bell published a weekly newsletter to motivate his sales team and to let them know about new products coming. He also suggested "new" sales techniques to sell more radios. The S-1 was one of their top-of-the-line radios offered by Ozarka. One of great features is the "pop-up" battery storage under the set. This radio sold for $125.00 in 1924 which would cost approximately $1,700 today. It's in very nice original condition. I received it without the tubes, it is complete and original otherwise. Don't miss the opportunity to own this piece of radio history. 22"W x 14"H x 12"D. $295.00. (0150282)

 

Truetone DC-2981U (1953)

Truetone DC-2981U (1953)

Here is a great looking Truetone Model DC-2981U. This 1950's radio is a real eye catcher. The original red plastic cabinet (not painted) is in excellent original condition with no cracks or chips. It has been electronically restored and plays great. Rarely do you find such a nice original radio. This hard-to-find radio is out of my personal collection. Please email me or call me (615)809-4764 with any questions you have. Don't miss the opportunity to own this outstanding little red radio. 8-1/4"W x 5-1/2"H x 4-1/2"D. $225.00. (0150304)
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