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"Selling radios at the Radio Attic since March 2000"

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My Radio Attic is having a SALE!

 

Detrola 149-R (1937)

Detrola 149-R (1937)

Detrola, Michigan's largest radio manufacturer in the day, had some of the most beautiful radios around. This Detrola Model 149-R is a true example of that. You can see the Art Deco influence with its smoothly curved front and grille cut-outs. The dial is one of the best of this era, it looks fantastic when lit. This is the first time this very rare model has been offered for sale on The Attic. The cabinet has been refinished using the very finest toning and finishing lacquers, producing a lovely finish. The electronics have been completely restored and it plays very nicely on the AM and Shortwave bands. The tuning eye is bright and responsive. I can add an aux input at no extra charge for your listening enjoyment should you wish listen to your audio device through the radio. 18"H x 12"W x 7"D. $795.00. (0150281)

 

Ozarka Senior S-1 (1924)

ON SALE
until
November 7

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. Was $295.00, now $175.00. (0150282)

 

Pilot 213 (1936)

ON SALE
until
November 7

Pilot 213 (1936)

This is a really remarkable radio from one of the finest radio manufactures of the 1930's: Pilot Radio. The radio is a beauty, with a dramatically ornate cabinet with a banding of hand laid inlays contrasting the walnut veneers. This large tombstone radio sports a hugely lit, (four bulbs) 6-inch and highly stationed dial. If you are a nighttime listener, the radio offers a dramatic effect as you change bands and different parts of the dial light up. Everything about this radio speaks quality. This expertly engineered, seven-tube radio (with two multi-purpose tubes), features AM and Shortwave bands. This radio is extremely sensitive and picks up stations all across the dial. The audio quality is outstanding as well coming from the high quality speaker Pilot Radios used. I have completely gone through this radio and electronically restored it. It performs like new. The radio is a tremendous player. Pilot radios are seldom seen and offered for sale. They made superior quality sets and when found collectors tend to hoard these coveted sets. Here is the opportunity to add one to your collection. 24"H x 12"W x 10"D. Was $1,125.00, now $790.00. (0150280)

 

Silvertone 9001 (1949)

Silvertone 9001 (1949)

This is a beautiful little Silvertone radio. The high style cabinet looks great without any cracks or chips. Sounds great too. Five tubes, AM reception. New power cord. Total electronic restoration plays strong and clear. Shipping is $25 in the continental US. Will be expertly packed and sent fully insured. This is fantastic little radio. 9"W x 6"H x 6"D. $95.00. (0150277)

 

Zenith 6-S-128 (1937)

NEW!

Zenith 6-S-128 (1937)

This beautiful Zenith 1937 tombstone is absolutely stunning. Standing close to two feet tall and a foot and a half wide, they are the dominant feature in any room they are displayed in. This six-tube, three-band (SB, SW, police) radio with its original 8-inch speaker has plenty of volume and nice fidelity. The chassis has been electronically restored replacing all capacitors, checking and replacing resistors and tubes where needed. The radio plays and sounds great! The cabinet has been very nicely refinished. This is an outstanding radio. If you have been looking for a nice, restored Zenith tombstone, then look no farther! 22"H x 16-1/2"W x 12"D. $685.00. (0150283)
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