Larry Martine's Attic
"Selling radios at the Radio Attic since July 2019"

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Santa Fe, NM 87505

 

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Arvin 547A (1948)

Arvin 547A (1948)

This is a seldom seen Deco-style radio that usually comes with brown knobs. But these rare ivory knobs are original to this set according to Sams Photofact set 42 folder 3, published in July 1948. Its Bakelite cabinet is in perfect mint condition and has a deep chocolate swirl finish that retains its original beautiful shine. Its gold foil dial is in perfect condition and lights up beautifully in the dark. It even comes complete with the original cardboard backing. It was restored by its previous owner and plays great across the dial. Another great radio from my personal, smoke-free collection. About 9"W x 6-1/2"H x 6"D. $427.00. (1750034)

 

Belmont 526 “Freshman” (1938)

Belmont 526 “Freshman” (1938)

This is one of those rare and collectible finds that would have to be new in the box to be nicer looking. The black Bakelite "toaster-style" cabinet still retains the original high gloss shine, and it's in perfect shape with no cracks, hairlines or chips. The grille cloth, knobs, five push buttons and complete bottom label are original and also perfect. The only imperfections I can find are a light fading of "ESH" in the "FRESHMAN" dial and the missing call letters above each push button. However, I will include 5 station tabs for you to add to the cabinet, but not necessarily those which match radio stations in your area past or present. Note that while the dial lights up beautifully, this set is being sold as "non-working" and I'll leave it to you, the next lucky buyer, to have it serviced. Another great radio from my personal, smoke-free collection. About 10"W x 7-1/2"H x 6"D. $390.00. (1750057)

 

Crosley 63TJ "Victory Model" (1946)

Crosley 63TJ "Victory Model" (1946)

Fresh for sale on December 7 to help commemorate Pearl Harbor Day and the allied victory in WWII is a 1946 Crosley 63TJ "Victory Model" in mint condition whose cabinet and chassis have been totally restored to factory specs. This model is an AC operated, six-tube AM Broadcast (American) and Shortwave (Foreign) band receiver. It has a built-in loop antenna with provisions for connecting an external antenna. It has a deep clear sound and picks up stations across the side-lit dial. It even comes complete with its original back panel and bottom label. You're not likely to fine a more gorgeous version of this radio. About 16"W x 9-3/4"H x 8"D. $750.00. (1750044)

 

Crosley D-25 "Dashboard" (1951)

Crosley D-25 "Dashboard" (1951)

Here is a Crosley "Dashboard" in rare red color. Its painted Bakelite cabinet is immaculate with only the gold dial trim showing some normal wear on this 68-year old gem. This all-original set has been fully restored and hand polished. The clock works and its sound is deep and rich. Another great radio from my smoke-free collection. About 13-1/4"W x 7-1/2"H x 7"D. $891.00. (1750040)

 

Delco R-1233 "Ribbon Candy" (1948)

Delco R-1233 "Ribbon Candy" (1948)

This radio serves as testament that the Delco division of General Motors once made radios over 70 years ago. This is a beautiful midget radio nicknamed "ribbon candy" because of its adorable vertical ribbon candy design in the speaker grille. The Bakelite cabinet retains its original high gloss shine, and it's in perfect shape with no cracks, hairlines or chips. The attractive dial face lights up beautifully in the dark. Its dial cover, knobs and back cover are also original and are in phenomenal condition. A prior owner restored the chassis and it plays great across the dial. Another great radio from my personal, smoke-free collection. About 8-3/4"W x 5-3/4"H x 6-1/4"D. $295.00. (1750055)

 

Detrola 305 (1940)

Detrola 305 (1940)

Here is a rare Art Deco push button model in near mint condition from Detrola, never before seen on Radio Attic. It retains its original grille cloth, dial glass, knobs and back panel. Its wooden cabinet with inlay accents is in excellent condition and retains its original shine. It not only looks great, but it plays great too! I've never used the pre-set buttons so I'm not sure they work. Another great radio from my personal smoke-free collection. About 13"W x 8-1/3"H x 6-1/2"D. $352.00. (1750041)

 

Emerson 578A "Eames" (1946)

Emerson 578A "Eames" (1946)

Except for its replacement cord, this is an all-original radio designed by Ray and Charles Eames in 1946. It is in near mint condition. Its chassis was fully restored by the previous owner and it plays great across the dial. The original speaker is in good condition. Its cabinet is made of molded birch plywood with ash veneer and retains its original finish. The original Plaskon dial face has no cracks, and the dial lights up nicely. The original Plaskon "Ferris wheel" knobs are in great shape too. It retains its original back cover imprinted with its "578A" model number. Another great radio from my personal, smoke-free collection. About 9"W x 6-1/2"H x 5-1/2"D. $350.00. (1750036)

 

Emerson 587A (1949)

Emerson 587A (1949)

This Bakelite radio is proof that big things come in small packages. This set may be tiny but its reception is spectacular due to the internal loop antenna that comes standard. It has five tubes and a nicely lighted dial. It is simply a beautiful black color with plenty of sheen. The case is in perfect original condition with no cracks, chips, breaks or hairlines. It has been fully restored for safe, reliable use. All tubes have been tested and set to factory specs. Ready to be displayed and enjoyed. Another great radio from my personal, smoke-free collection. About 9-1/2"W x 6"H x 6"D. $275.00. (1750008)

 

Emerson 636A (1950)

Emerson 636A (1950)

This radio has been completely restored to factory specs. Its maroon Bakelite cabinet with gold Lucite insert and streamlined dial cover are in perfect condition. The Lucite on/off and tuning knobs are located at the ends of the dial cover. It is a gorgeous all-original example of this radio designed by Raymond Loewy, one of the greatest and important American Industrial Designers of the 20th century. It's ready to play and display! Comes complete with its original PhotoFact Folder. Another great radio from my personal, smoke-free collection. About 9"W x 6"H x 6"D. $385.00. (1750016)

 

Garod 5A-2 "Commodore" (1946)

Garod 5A-2 "Commodore" (1946)

Here is a sleek, very Art Deco radio in near mint condition. It has a streamlined profile, vertical louvered red grille, and slide-rule dial in an original (not re-painted) Bakelite cabinet. This tiny Bakelite five-tube AC/DC radio is truly all-original, has been hand polished and its electronics have been completely restored. The case is perfect, no chips or cracks and very, very few "flea bites." The knobs are original, the cardboard back is intact and the label reads, "Garod model 5A-2, Brooklyn, NY." The lettering on the clear plastic slide rule dial is reverse painted with red numbers outlined in gold, the sensitive plastic and all lettering are perfect. The radio has a good cord. A beautiful little post-war Art Deco gem and these, when found at all, are usually chipped and attractive sweet originals like this one are hard to find. Another great radio from my personal, smoke-free collection. About 10-1/2"W x 5-1/2"H x 4"D. $326.00. (1750018)

 

General Electric C3300-A Clock Radio (1969)

General Electric C3300-A Clock Radio (1969)

Here is a groovy Peter Max-inspired "Clock Radio" and one that both the clock and radio still work and play great. Its Polystyrene case has no cracks, chips or hairlines. The clock, volume and selector knobs were made exclusively. Perhaps the most unique feature is the hand-shaped dial pointer. The case is also of a wonderfully quirky design. The radio works as it should, picking up the local stations. They used a bigger speaker in this model to afford it surprisingly good sound for its overall size. About 7-1/4"W x 5-1/2"H x 4-1/2"D. $165.00. (1750012)

 

Majestic 5A410 "Zephyr" (1939)

Majestic 5A410 "Zephyr" (1939)

This radio is nick-named the "Zephyr" because of its streamlined, machine age styling - styling that exists all the way down to its bullet-shaped aerodynamic knobs. The speaker is not in the front but on the side of this set. This radio has been electronically restored and plays well across the band. The dial lights up beautifully in the dark. It retains its original back panel. Its deep brown Bakelite cabinet is in immaculate condition with no cracks, hairlines or chips and has been hand-polished to a brilliant shine. Another great radio from my personal, smoke-free collection. About 11"W x 8"H x 7"D. $375.00. (1750058)

 

Majestic 651 "Triple Fin" (1937)

Majestic 651 "Triple Fin" (1937)

Wow, what a beautiful iconic Deco radio that's been totally restored inside and out! The Bakelite "triple fin" case with original back panel, replacement grille cloth and original padded feet; has no chips, cracks or hairlines and has an incredible shine. It comes complete with its three original torpedo knobs; the left to adjust its tone, the middle is its on/off switch, and the right one is for tuning. The radio has been electronically restored to factory specs and is now in as close to "as new" condition as any model of its kind you'll find anywhere -- and, as you can see, the dial glistens beautifully in the dark. It plays great across the dial picking up all my local stations. Just a gorgeous minty set all-around! Another great radio from my personal, smoke-free collection. About 12"W x 8"H x 7"D. $755.00. (1750030)

 

Majestic M-6B02D/6FM714 (1948)

Majestic M-6B02D/6FM714 (1948)

Obscure early FM set in mint condition and perfect working order. Replacement RadioDaze dial. Beautiful, fully restored rare example of this early FM radio model. The cabinet has no cracks, breaks, or hairlines. Another great radio from my personal, smoke-free collection. About 12-1/2"W x 8"H x 9"D. $469.00. (1750004)

 

Motorola 5R15U (1950)

Motorola 5R15U (1950)

If this radio had a bottom label, I'd bet it my last dollar that it was NOS. It's incredibly beautiful, with scarcely a single mark on its cabinet. It even comes with the box! This midget Bakelite radio makes up in dramatic appeal what it lacks in size. The color of this radio is really almost Steel Blue, not as green as the Photofact might suggest. The checkerboard pattern is deeply recessed and the numbers of the tuning dial are molded in relief, as is the gold-painted Motorola name. A thick dial bears the "serpentine" Motorola logo, and is color-coordinated with the cabinet. It obviously has no cracks, breaks or hairlines. It plays great across the dial picking up all my local stations. Another great radio from my personal, smoke-free collection. About 8-1/4"W x 5"H x 5"D. $275.00. (1750029)

 

Motorola 5X11U (1950)

Motorola 5X11U (1950)

I am the third owner of this 70-year old radio. Not only is this all-original radio is seldom seen, one in such mint condition has to be one of a kind. The burl-patterned Bakelite cabinet has a beautiful shine and is in mint condition with no surface scratches, cracks, hairlines or chips. The original knobs and mesh dial background are perfect. The lettering and numbering on the dial are perfect as is the wavy Motorola logo on the front panel. The bold round dial and propeller dial pointer are in perfect condition as is the metal stand that wraps around the bottom edge of the set. The chassis has been completed restored by the previous owner and works great across the band with the built-in copper loop antenna. One of the best receivers I have owned. Original back. Almost like NOS, you'd be hard pressed to find a nicer version of this Atomic Age radio. Another great radio from my personal, smoke-free collection. About 11"W x 7"H x 6"D. $1,182.00. (1750060)

 

Motorola 52R15A (1952)

Motorola 52R15A (1952)

Here is a rare minty green early 50s radio, the only one of its kind ever to be sold on Radio Attic in the last 20+ years! It's in excellent cosmetic condition with the only wear that I can see being the painted gold "serpentine" logo on the front of the case. The cabinet is all-original and has no breaks, cracks, chips or hairlines. It comes complete with its original cardboard back. The chassis is a standard five-tube, clean and complete. It looks great and plays great. Another great radio from my personal, smoke-free collection. About 8-1/4"W x 5"H x 5"D. $275.00. (1750032)

 

Motorola 53H "Dashboard" (1953)

Motorola 53H "Dashboard" (1953)

A collector's favorite, this atomic era radio is affectionately referred to as Motorola's "dashboard" model. Red is the most sought-after color. All original factory painted red Bakelite case in near mint condition. The cabinet retains a beautiful shine and has no modifications, repairs or repaints, cracks, hairlines or chips. Just the typical minor paint loss on the upper front corners and a couple "flea bites" elsewhere. The knobs are original with minor tarnish to the gold metal dial inserts. The white metal mesh grille is in excellent original condition with no dents, dings, rust, or warping. No repaints touch-ups or over sprays. Just a shadow of the oval speaker seen through the pin holes of the metal grille. Surprisingly, this model was not designed with a tuning dial light. The tuning dial works fine. This set is playing very well and picking up all my local AM stations without any problem. Another great radio from my personal, smoke-free collection. About 11-1/2"W x 6-1/2"H x 7"D. $505.00. (1750059)

 

Motorola 57A3 (1957)

Motorola 57A3 (1957)

This is about the best anyone can ask for – an all-original set in mint condition that comes complete with its original box and instructions manual. Here is a gorgeous midget fire engine red Motorola in a perfect Plaskon case. No damage of any kind. 100% untouched original. This is not a painted case; it is a pure red Plaskon cabinet. On a scale of 1 to 10, I would give this radio an 11 or 12. Still plays perfectly picking up all my AM stations. Ready to display and play! About 9"W x 5"H x 4-3/4"D. $375.00. (1750053)

 

Northern Electric 5508 "Midge" (1951)

Northern Electric 5508 "Midge" (1951)

This is a gorgeous all-original Northern Electric "Midge" Bullet radio with very cool aerodynamic styling. In the 1950s, Northern Electric was a Canadian manufacturer of consumer electronics and radios. The 5508 "Midge" has a nice streamline bullet cabinet design that clearly is based on the Farnsworth GT-051 design. The Bakelite case is stunningly shiny with no breaks, cracks or hairlines - just a slight wrinkle in the gold foil on the dial. With a five-tube, superheterodyne receiver and built-in loop antenna, it not only looks great, it plays great too. Another great radio from my personal, smoke-free collection. About 11-1/2"W x 6"H x 6"D. $285.00. (1750021)

 

Philco 53-563 Transitone "Split Level" (1953)

Philco 53-563 Transitone "Split Level" (1953)

This obscure split-level radio is one of the coolest mid-century cabinet designs that Philco ever produced. The solid black plastic (not Bakelite) cabinet is in perfect condition and retains its gorgeous original ebony shine. The Lucite gold waffle grille is in mint condition as are the black knobs with gold center pieces. It comes complete with the original slide-rule dial, back and bottom label, each of which are in great shape too. It not only looks great, it also plays great across the dial with help from the set's built-in loop antenna. Another great radio from my personal, smoke-free collection. About 13-1/2"W x 5-1/2"H x 5"D. $435.00. (1750033)

 

Philco D-595-124 (1956)

Philco D-595-124 (1956)

This is an obscure Mid-Century radio that combines a white case with a lime green grille, red dial and red on-off knob. Its cabinet has no chips or staining and shines well, but it does have a hairline crack that doesn't detract from its beauty or collectability. Though this set is in non-working order, it is an extremely fine example of a hard-to-find 1950's Atomic radio. Another great radio from my personal, smoke-free collection. About 10"W x 6"H x 5-1/2"D. $360.00. (1750006)

 

Philco PT-46 "Transitone" (1940)

Philco PT-46 "Transitone" (1940)

Introduced in January 1940 as a replacement for the August 1939 Model PT-45, just 4,475 of these models were made. The brown Bakelite cabinet with gorgeous louvered Art Deco design retains a beautiful shine that contrasts nicely with its white preset push buttons and matching white torpedo knobs. The case is in mint condition with no breaks, cracks or hairlines. The dial lights up nicely. A perfect replacement Retro-Tronics back is on the set. The set takes a little while to warm up, but the radio plays very well across the dial when the accompanying wire antenna is extended. Another great radio from my personal, smoke-free collection. About 9-3/4"W x 6-1/2"H x 4-1/2"D. $353.00. (1750035)

 

Philco PT-49 Transitone "Harp" (1940)

Philco PT-49 Transitone "Harp" (1940)

Introduced in June 1940 as part of Philco's 1941 lineup, just 5,700 sets were produced of this beautiful pre-War radio. This set has been electronically restored and puts out big sound across the dial thanks to its five tubes and 6-inch electrodynamic speaker which give this AM radio outstanding tone and great sensitivity. The very striking harp-shaped walnut case with Zebrawood veneer trim has been hand polished and now has a gorgeous shine. The dial lights up beautifully in the dark. Its vertically louvered grille is in mint condition and its claw feet, knobs, speaker cloth, dial and dial cover are original to this set. A portion of its bottom label remains. The back panel is a replacement. Biggest issues include minor wear to the wooden dial trim and Zebrawood veneer at the top before it begins its waterfall descent to the bottom of the radio's front panel. Another great radio from my personal, smoke-free collection. About 13"W x 9-1/2"H x 7"D. $535.00. (1750056)

 

Philco TH-17 "Transitone" (1940)

Philco TH-17 "Transitone" (1940)

Introduced in June 1939 to replace the TH-4, this model, the TH-17, offered an additional handle and Bakelite back to conceal the newly introduced big loop antenna. The Bakelite cabinet including grille cloth is all-original and in perfect condition with no breaks, chips or hairlines. The chassis was serviced by the previous owner and picks up all my local stations. The pre-sets don't work except for the one labeled "DIAL." The grille cloth, dial and front louvered add the finishing touches to this beautiful Art Deco design. In all, 17,030 of these sets were made and originally sold for $11.95. Another great radio from my personal, smoke-free collection. About 8-1/2"W x 6-1/2"H x 6-1/2"D. $360.00. (1750026)

 

RCA 1AX “Nipper” (1940)

RCA 1AX “Nipper” (1940)

A collector’s favorite, this Deco radio has been electronically restored by the previous owner to be sure all circuits are working perfectly. For a small size set this five-tube radio has the power. It has a large wire-wound antenna for good reception. The molded Bakelite case retains its original sheen and is in great condition with no chips, cracks, hairlines or scratches. The original dial and pointer are in perfect condition. The dial shows Nipper the RCA dog "listening to his master's voice" and lights up beautifully in the dark. Missing back panel. New power cord. Another great radio from personal, smoke-free collection. About 9-7/8"W x 6-7/8"H x 6-3/4"D. $500.00. (1750064)

 

RCA Victor 5C581 "Debonair" Clock Radio (1954)

RCA Victor 5C581 "Debonair" Clock Radio (1954)

The "Debonair" is an obscure clock radio known for its 1950's TV-style appearance and unique design. It is in Near Mint fully restored working order. It is a five-tube Super-Het rarely found working and in good cosmetic shape. Everything is cosmetically original and electronically restored to factory specs. The on/off knob is atop the black with gold trim Polystyrene case. The clock radio turns on/off by twisting the plastic bezel covering the clock. It is now as close to "as new" condition as any radio that you may find anywhere. Another great radio from my personal, smoke-free collection. About 11"W x 8"H x 7"D. $463.00. (1750010)

 

RCA Victor X-551 (1951)

RCA Victor X-551 (1951)

Here is a beautiful example of the space-age design that was found in mid-century radios. Just check out the gold fin atop and below the cabinet along with its gold ball feet. The set has been fully restored and hand polished. It looks and plays loud and clear across the dial. It has a five-tube AM receiver and a phono input so the owner can use the radio as their record player's amplifier. Another great radio from my smoke-free collection. About 12-1/4"W x 8-1/2"H x 6"D. $644.50. (1750037)

 

Silvertone 6177-A "Bullet" (1939)

Silvertone 6177-A "Bullet" (1939)

Here is one of the great Art Deco midget radios made by Detrola for the Sears-Roebuck & Co. The black (not painted) Bakelite cabinet with white dial and knobs is immaculate with no hairlines, crack or chips. The built-in loop antenna has a perfect back cover. It only has a hum when turned on so it likely needs a tube. Another great radio from my smoke-free collection. About 8-1/2"W x 5"H x 6"D. $462.00. (1750039)

 

Silvertone 6405 (1940)

Silvertone 6405 (1940)

This is a rather scarce midget tube radio with an Art Deco design. It is a fully restored little beauty with two thumb knobs, one for on-off volume and one for tuning. Back panel is missing. This radio comes standard with no dial glass and is another radio with an upside-down chassis. Since dust couldn't settle on it over the years and foster corrosion, the chassis is especially clean after this restoration. The cabinet has no cracks, breaks, or hairlines. Another great radio from my personal, smoke-free collection. About 7-3/4"W x 5"H x 5-1/2"D. $535.00. (1750002)

 

Sparton 132 "Football" (1950)

Sparton 132 "Football" (1950)

A really nice, completely restored and all-original cranberry red Sparton radio from 1950, nicknamed the "Football" radio for obvious reasons. This is a hard to find color in this model, especially in this condition. The cases were made out of plastic, and consequently most of the survivors show a lot of wear. But this cabinet is in very nice condition, with just a one nick (see photo #3) and a few very slight rubs, but no breaks, cracks, hairlines, tube burns or major cosmetic issues. Its original grille, back and original knobs with brass inserts are in perfect condition. The radio is playing just great, picking up all my local AM stations clearly. Another great radio from my personal, smoke-free collection. About 13"W x 6"H x 6"D. $295.00. (1750024)

 

Stewart-Warner B51T2 "AirPal" (1948)

Stewart-Warner B51T2 "AirPal" (1948)

In Radio Attic's over 20 years of existence, this is the first of this model for sale. This is a very rare all-original Deco radio that not only has its original grille cloth, but it also has been totally restored inside and out and is now electronically restored to factory specs. The case has no chips, cracks or hairlines. Its dial pointer has been calibrated and reaches across the dial from end-to-end. Original label is still attached. It plays extremely well across the dial but would benefit from an external antenna that connects to the original short wire provided. About 10-1/4"W x 5"H x 3-1/4"D. $405.00. (1750028)

 

Stewart-Warner B61T2 "Ferrodyne" (1949)

Stewart-Warner B61T2 "Ferrodyne" (1949)

Produced only in 1949, this set is all-original and in excellent working condition. This is a six-tube radio, AM band only model. It even comes complete with its extremely rare original instructions to explain the three control knobs! Tuning is easy, and the sound is strong and clear. The case with wrap-around louvered grille is not Bakelite but an early Polystyrene "mahogany" cabinet with lots of brown swirls. The asymmetrical streamlined Art Deco styling and illuminated dial makes this set a real show-stopper. Another great radio from my personal, smoke-free collection. In fact, this was just the 3rd radio I ever bought back in 1982. About 14-1/2"W x 8"H c 7"D. $395.00. (1750015)

 

Stromberg-Carlson T-4 (1954)

Stromberg-Carlson T-4 (1954)

This Mid-Century radio was one of Stromberg-Carlson's last radios. Its yellow Polystyrene cabinet with gold grille is stunning. It is in excellent cosmetic condition with no chips, cracks or hairlines at all. The radio has been serviced and plays well. The original cardboard back is intact, and the radio still has the its original schematic diagram laminated to the bottom. Both knobs are original. Comes complete with its original PhotoFact Folder. Another great radio from my personal, smoke-free collection. About 10"W x 5-1/2"H x 5"D. $225.00. (1750019)

 

Tesla 308U "Talisman" (1953)

Tesla 308U "Talisman" (1953)

The 308U "Talisman" is a gorgeous example of Deco Streamline design. Although designed in the 1930s, the Tesla 308U radio was only put into production between 1953-1958. Manufactured in Czechoslovakia, its sleek lines rival anything produced during the Deco era. This all-original set is in near mint condition. Its seldom seen black Bakelite case with vertical louvered grille has no cracks, hairlines or chips. All ivory knobs are original, as is the dial, dial glass, grille cloth and back panel. The reverse-painted dial glass is in perfect condition with all station names intact. Having bought this directly from a Czech seller, it still has the EU plug attached. The chassis can be converted from 220V to 110V, selected by a switch plug in the lower right corner, but I've not done so. The Czech seller I bought it from assured me the radio plays very well. However, since I've never played this set it is being sold as "non-working" and I'll leave it to you, the next lucky buyer, to convert it and have it serviced. Personally, I've gotten much enjoyment just looking at it! Another great radio from my personal, smoke-free collection. About 12-1/2"W x 7-1/2"H x 5-3/4"D. $395.00. (1750063)

 

Zenith 6-S-223 "Black Dial" (1938)

Zenith 6-S-223 "Black Dial" (1938)

You'll scarcely find this six-tube superheterodyne radio in such gorgeous mint condition. This set has been totally restored inside and out. Its wooden cabinet with exotic wood veneer inlay is immaculate. Its original knobs, dial and dial glass are in mint shape. The dial lights up beautifully. The rightmost knob allows you to switch among three bands - shortwave, police and AM broadcast - the latter of which picks up my local stations loud and clear across the dial. The tone knob allows you to adjust the sound to your liking. Another great radio from my smoke-free personal collection. About 19-1/4"W x 11-1/2"H x 9-3/4"D. $1,125.00. (1750049)

 

Farnsworth-Capehart T-522 (1953)

Farnsworth-Capehart T-522 (1953)

Here is a Farnsworth-Capehart model in an obscure red-black-gold color combination that is highly sought after by collectors. Its Styrene case retains its original shine and is in excellent condition with no cracks, chips or hairlines. Everything on this set is original including its grille cloth, pointer, knobs and rear panel. It looks great and plays great. Another great radio from my personal smoke-free collection. About 9-1/2"W x 6-1/2"H x 5"D. $535.00. (1750042)
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About Me & My Radios
As a long-time radio collector, I've come to appreciate those sellers who I could always rely on to accurately describe the radios they're selling.  These are the sellers who've gotten the bulk of my repeat business over the past 35 years.  I'm sure you feel the same way and that's exactly why your satisfaction is so important to me.  I can 100% guarantee that I'll always make every effort to deliver you the radio that I have described.  All my radios are from my personal collection of more than 100 sets, most of which I no longer have room for now that my family and I have recently downsized to a smaller home.  Many, if not most, of my sets have been fully restored by a highly trained and experienced technician.  In those instances where the set is in non-working order and/or the cabinet has warts and/or other blemishes, it is so stated.  Please understand that though I will take every pain to carefully pack and ship each radio individually to arrive at your destination in the same shape it left my home, mishaps occasionally do happen in-transit.  Often, this mishap is just a tube that has come loose; on other rare occasions the damage may be more severe but that's why I will only ship your radio fully insured via two-day delivery.  I will use USPS unless you designate UPS or FedEx.  Your radio will be at less risk if it spends less time in the mail.  Please contact me should any issues arise.  The only exception is if you attempt to make any repairs or modifications to these radios yourself.  I am happy to take responsibility for these radios in my collection, but not for any work outside of my control.  Your 100% satisfaction is my goal and I hope you'll be happy to buy from me again and again.

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