Larry Wyrick's Antique Attic
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Larry Wyrick
Oak Ridge, TN 37830
865-482-0046 

 


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AdGar C.R.109? (1940s)

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AdGar C.R.109? (1940s)

I have not been able to find out any information about this radio or one having been sold. It does have a number stamped on the bottom, C.R. 109. The cabinet appears to have been refinished. It has a beautiful case with inlay, shaped sides, embossed volume, radio dial and logo back plates. The speaker cone has some tears in it. The radio turns on but plays static. The power cord has been replaced. Selling for display or restoration. 9-5/8"W x 7"H x 5"D. $125.00. (1800065)

 

Airline 62-425 (1936)

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Airline 62-425 (1936)

This model is very collectible and is referred to as the "Indian Head" radio because of the resemblance the grille scroll work has to that of an American Indian. It was influenced by the Art Deco movement of the time. The cabinet appears to have been refinished to match the original colors. Tubes light but plays mostly static. Being sold for display or restoration. 10-1/2"W 7-1/4"H x 6-1/4"D. $100.00. (1800058)

 

Air King A511-512 (1947)

Air King A511-512 (1947)

Nice Bakelite case, plays local AM stations. Being sold for display or restoration. Case has a few minor scratches. One knob is missing. Nice Lighted dial. Dial has some dents but is still clear. It has original back with tube layout. It is still readable with magnifying glass. 10"W x 6-1/2"H x 6"D. $85.00. (1800038)

 

Bendix 526A (1946)

Bendix 526A (1946)

This is a beautiful brown Bakelite AM radio from 1946. Cabinet is in good condition with nicely swirled knobs. It has a few surface scratches and there is a light band across the top that is not a scratch because it is smooth. The radio is a great looking Deco design set with rounded sides, standout front grille work and curved lighted dial face. Built in hand hold. It picks up a few stations and noise. Ready for restoration or display. 11"W x 7-1/2"H x 8"D. Weight 7.4 pounds. $80.00. (1800015)

 

Benrus 10B Clock Radio (1955)

Benrus 10B Clock Radio (1955)

The AM tube radio and clock work. I get a few local stations on the built-in antenna with static between stations. This Benrus has a heavy (6.6#) brushed brass case with a beveled glass front. It is in beautiful cosmetic condition with minor scratches on the case and none on the glass. The bottom looks great with nice rubber feet. There is a volume knob on the left and a tuning dial knob on the right. The 3D letters "BENRUS" inside the glass cover are classy. The original back and knobs are in place. It is super clean and ready to display and enjoy. Selling as acquired. Restoration status unknown. 7-1/2"W x 6"H x 4"D. $65.00. (1800013)

 

Century 4 (1931?)

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Century 4 (1931?)

This is a beautiful Century Radio Products tombstone, decorative upright radio. It is very hard to find. Notice the beautiful wood grained front, sides and top. The amazing, embossed metal dial cover is perfect. Radio does not work. The power cord should be replaced before use. Being sold for display or restoration. $275.00. (1800070)

 

Crosley 11-120U "Dashboard" (1951)

Crosley 11-120U "Dashboard" (1951)

This is a nice Crosley Dashboard radio from 1951 being sold for display or restoration. The original white color needs some touch-up. The knobs are in place and the clock is working quietly keeping time. The brass plated escutcheons have some normal wear. The clock plastic cover has stress cracks near the on-off knob. The radio plays local AM stations with some static which I attribute mostly to the many fluorescent lights in my shop. The case has no cracks, chips, repairs, or hairline cracks. There is an appliance plug on the left side. The original label is still on the bottom. About 13"W x 7-1/2"H x 7"D. $120.00. (1800049)

 

General Electric 423 (1951)

General Electric 423 (1951)

Restoration status unknown. Displays well. Nice ivory and gold trim plastic cabinet. Neat dial with traveling dial light that follows pointer. Plays AM stations but volume control is noisy when moved. Gold General Electric on front. Case has some hardly noticeable scratches on top and sides (not bad for 70 years). Clear dial cover has some tiny, clear dots on front (hard to see). 14"W x 8"H x 8"D. $95.00. (1800030)

 

Globe Four-Star

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Globe Four-Star

Globe Four-Star 13-transistor AM/FM radio. Marked "Japan." Labeled "All Transistor" on band around globe. Radio dial on top plays many AM stations. FM is not working. Requires six "AA" batteries. Not sure about AC adapter use. Globe has a short crack in Africa. And a crack behind black base. Selling for display or restoration. $45.00. (1800068)

 

Guild 380T "Town Crier" (1956)

Guild 380T "Town Crier" (1956)

This is a beautiful example of the Guild collection of novelty radios. It is made of solid maple wood, solid brass, and amber color glass. This radio is presented as found and looks and plays like it is new. It has eight tubes. It plays FM and AM and is even equipped with FM/AFC. The power cord has been repaired with splice connectors. This is the only repair seen. The radio even has the original "How to Operate" paper. It has the tube layout, general information, wall hanging, and alignment info., and a complete schematic diagram. The bottom has its original label. Addition photos are available. 21"H x 10"W x 10"D; weighs about 18 lbs. packed. $160.00. (1800039)

 

Juliette RT-6 "El Personal" (1950s)

Juliette RT-6 "El Personal" (1950s)

This is a TOPP six-transistor radio model RT-6 made in Japan. The radio is all transistor cordless standard broadcast. The turquoise case is in very good cosmetic condition with only light scratches. The front and handle are like brand new. The handle is very tight. It has a telescoping antenna. The back is removable and has a diagram showing the dial string arrangement. There is an earphone jack and an AC adapter. It uses 6 Volt batteries which fit in a nice tube for easy use. The inside is super clean. 11"W x 7-1/2"H x 4"D. $79.00. (1800055)

 

Mantola 24B6 by BF Goodrich (1947)

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Mantola 24B6 by BF Goodrich (1947)

Solid walnut wood table model. No veneer. There is a small crack between the speaker grille and the dial frame. The case is in beautiful vintage condition. The dial numbers and name are red on a gold tone background. The pointer is red. The plastic dial frame, grille bars, and knobs are brown with a wood figured pattern. It has a nice strong handle. A heavy-duty cord has been installed. Tubes light, but it plays only static. The back is missing. Selling for display or restoration. 12"W x 7-1/4"H x 6"D. $125.00. (1800066)

 

Mickey and Minnie Tunes Radio

Mickey and Minnie Tunes Radio

This colorful transistor radio features hollow rubber figures of Mickey and Minnie mouse leaning on a plastic sign marked Music City. The base containing the radio is marked "Mickey and Minnie Tunes Radio." The back is marked "The Walt Disney Company." It takes one 9V battery (not included). The battery compartment is marked "Made in China." This radio is super clean and plays local AM stations. It is in remarkable vintage condition. 7"W x 7"H x 5"D; weight 1 pound. $49.00. (1800003)

 

Mitchell 1260 "Lumitone" (1941)

Mitchell 1260 "Lumitone" (1941)

This radio was made by the Mitchell Company in Chicago. It is a rocket style radio lamp from 1941. It plays local AM stations with static. The body is in exceptional cosmetic condition. No chips or cracks. The shade is nice plastic with an interesting pattern and no chips or cracks. The dial lights from the front as well as the back. The light switch appears to have been changed to a 3-way switch. Selling for display or restoration. Buyer is responsible for maintenance of electrical parts. 22-1/2"H (with shade) x 6"W x 6"D. $300.00. (1800043)

 

Motorola C12P 43 (1950s)

Motorola C12P 43 (1950s)

This is a beautiful ivory plastic tube type clock radio in amazing cosmetic condition. There are a few minor scratches with no chips or cracks. The clock runs silently, and it has a "Lazalarm" button. The AM radio plays local stations. There is an appliance outlet on the back. Restoration status unknown. Selling for display or restoration. 14"W x 6-1/2"H x 6"D. $79.00. (1800047)

 

On The Air OTA-70 Microphone Radio

On The Air OTA-70 Microphone Radio

AM/FM radio works. It is modeled after a 1924-style broadcast announcer’' microphone. Sign lights up when power is "On." "On The Hour" sign is front and back. Volume, frequency, and tuning selection controls are on the side. Requires four "AA" batteries (not included). There is a connection for 6VDC. Near mint condition. The base has an antenna which is folded inside an open compartment. Base is 5"W, unit is 12-1/2"H. $59.00. (1800002)

 

Panasonic RC-1091 (1960s)

Panasonic RC-1091 (1960s)

Panasonic yellow space age design clock radio. Clock works. AM radio plays static. Nice case with a few very tiny edge chips. The clear dial cover has some small white spots on the inside. Selling for display or restoration. 6-1/2"W x 3-1/2"H x 3"D. $45.00. (1800051)

 

Philco 48-225 (1948)

Philco 48-225 (1948)

This is Philco Transitone radio was made of maroon (not painted) polystyrene. It is in great cosmetic condition and it has no chips, cracks, or hairlines - just a few hardly noticeable, slight surface scratches. It picks up my local AM stations with some static. It has the original two-color illuminated dial, dial glass, gold lacquer grille, knobs, and bottom label. The back is missing. This piece displays beautifully. The restoration status is unknown. About 10-1/2"W x 6-1/2"H x 5-3/4"D. $150.00. (1800012)

 

Philco 48-250 (1948)

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Philco 48-250 (1948)

Being sold for display or restoration. Plays some AM stations with static. Great lighted dial with no paint loss. The case is great with one short, hard to see crack at the right dial corner (looking from the front). Nice back, needs pins to hold in place. 11"W x 7"H x 6"D. $79.00. (1800062)

 

Philco 54C (1935)

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Philco 54C (1935)

This collectible Philco 54C is hard to find. It appears to have an old refinish and it looks very good. The sides have an interesting shape. It has a few small chips and has a dent on the top. The volume and station dials are lighted from the back. The station dial works but the volume bulb needs tube replaced. The grille cloth has an old tear. The tubes light, but it plays only static. The back is missing. $100.00. (1800059)

 

RCA 8X521 (1948)

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RCA 8X521 (1948)

I cannot find were this radio, with its dial configuration, has ever been listed on Radio Attic. Table model, 1948, maroon plastic, round dial on case top, front horizontal louvers, two knobs, BC, five tubes. Nice lighted dial with red pointer. Receives some local stations with static. Being sold for display or restoration. 7-3/4"W x 5-3/4"H x 5"D. $85.00. (1800061)

 

RCA 95X6 (1938)

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RCA 95X6 (1938)

This is an RCA miniature wooden table-top radio. The tubes and dial light and it makes static. The case appears to have its original finish with later coats of finish added. It has a few dents. Being sold for display or restoration. 9-1/2"W x 7-1/2"H x 5-1/2"D. $100.00. (1800060)

 

RCA B-411 (1951)

RCA B-411 (1951)

This is a very nice potable transistor radio. It is AM only and uses a 67.5-volt battery, not included. I am selling as is, and it plays very well. I had a battery to test it, but I need to keep the battery to test other radios requiring it. The case is amazing with a walnut swirl pattern all over it. The front and sides all almost scratch free but the back has scratches from lying it on its back. The inside is very clean. 7-1/2"W x 5-1/"H x 2"D. $100.00. (1800035)

 

Sentinel 329 (1948)

Sentinel 329 (1948)

A great little Deco Bakelite Sentinel with factory ivory paint (with some very small spots needing touch up). It has a glossy ivory finish. Restoration status unknown but it does play AM broadcast stations well. Original five-tube layout is on the bottom. Notice the Deco pointer and Deco letters. 7-3/4"W x 5-1/2"H x 5"D. Shipping $20. $80.00. (1800031)

 

Stromberg-Carlson 1101H (1947)

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Stromberg-Carlson 1101H (1947)

Being sold for display or restoration. The case is beautiful and must have been refinished. The dial letters are perfect. The original wood knobs are very nice. It plays a few stations with a loud hum and static. 12"W x 9"H x 8"D. $100.00. (1800063)

 

Toshiba 7TH-425 (1961) Wall Mount Radio

Toshiba 7TH-425 (1961) Wall Mount Radio

Being sold for display or restoration. Wall mount white AM seven-transistor radio made to look like a fan. The pull chain at the bottom turns it on and off. The dial and volume control are in the center. It runs on four "C" size batteries. It plays local stations with some static. The grille area surrounds the dial and two speakers. The white case is near perfect. The grille cloth has a small, damaged area at the bottom. The small piece could be replaced since it has a hard back for gluing. The volume dial has a small edge broken off, but still works. The original hanger is missing, but my replacement works well. 12" diameter x 4"D. $135.00. (1800037)

 

Trav-Ler 5027 (1947)

Trav-Ler 5027 (1947)

This is a three-way portable Superheterodyne AM radio. Uses AC/DC or two "D" size batteries. One battery connection inside needs a terminal repaired. AC works playing local AM stations with static. It has a white plastic louvered grille cover and white knobs. The dial is nice and colorful. The alligator faux cover is excellent with no missing pieces. The handle is complete. Even the back is excellent. The inside is clean and retains the schematic. The back fits tightly. $75.00. (1800004)

 

Vandor's PinkAttitude Flamingo Radio Cookie Jar (1998)

Vandor's PinkAttitude Flamingo Radio Cookie Jar (1998)

"Vandor's Pinkattitude, Handmade in China, 1988 Vandor-SCC," Art Deco Pink Flamingo Radio Limited Edition Cookie Jar. Near mint condition with one tiny pink glaze chip and a few small places where the black did not stick. 11"H x 7" at its widest part. $125.00. (1800044)

 

Westinghouse 206 (Japan, 1950s)

Westinghouse 206 (Japan, 1950s)

This is a very clean Westinghouse eight-transistor portable AM radio in a fancy case. The radio plays local AM stations. The case is in remarkable condition with gold floral pattern and trim. The case is like new on the outside with a few light stains on the inside. The snap holds firmly. It has a small compartment to hold its original earphone which plugs into a jack on the radio. The radio requires a 9.5 V battery and plays local AM stations. It has a hand strap. Radio: 3"W x 3"W x 1"D. Case: 4-1/8"W x 3-1/4"H x 1-1/2"D. $36.00. (1800052)

 

Zenith 5D611 (1942)

Zenith 5D611 (1942)

This nice AM table top radio has five tubes and a lighted dial. The dark Bakelite case looks great but does have some small light scratches and a few hairlines on the right round corner. It receives a few stations with static. It displays well. 11-3/4"W x 6-1/2"H x 6-1/2"D. $75.00. (1800025)

 

Zenith 6-D-029 "Boomerang" (1946)

Zenith 6-D-029 "Boomerang" (1946)

This Zenith radio has a walnut case with the original finish. It looks very well with only minor dents and scratches. It retains the original gold tone "Zenith" and "CONSOL-TON" labels on the front. The knobs and grille cloth are original. The dial is lighted, and the lens is clear. It does look like the dial lens has slipped down some and may need adjustment. The power cord has been replaced. Restoration status is unknown. The radio plays AM well, picking up many stations. Selling for display or restoration. 14"W x 9"H x 8"D. $149.00. (1800050)

 

Zenith 6-D-525 (1941) "Toaster"

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Zenith 6-D-525 (1941) "Toaster"

Zenith Walnut cabinet radio with classic Zenith face and "Z" knobs. The cabinet has a beautiful grille and grooved lines on the top and sides. The radio does not work and is being sold for display or restoration. 12-1/2"W x 7-1/2"H x 7"D. $165.00. (1800069)

 

Zenith J615 (1952)

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Zenith J615 (1952)

Table model, 1952, Maroon plastic, Center front half-round dial with inner circular grille, louver & crest feet, flex handle, two knobs, BC, six tubes. Crack on left side. Chip on bottom back corner. Bad dial cord. Receives local stations. Selling for display or restoration. 13"W x 8-1/4"H x 7"D. $79.00. (1800064)

 

Zenith Z404L (1956)

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Zenith Z404L (1956)

A vintage Zenith Carousel portable AM tube radio in original carry case. AM DC. Plays a loud hum. The rectangular radio features a thick genuine top grain rawhide leather case, a reflective fabric speaker grille, and a latched lid that opens to the radio's inner workings. The snapping latches and carrying handle are in excellent working condition. There is slight wear at the top back corners where the back bends up to open. An affixed manufacturers label notes model number Z404L and serial number 301540, and line and battery operation. Selling for display or restoration. 10-1/2"w x 7-1/2"H x 4"D. $125.00. (1800067)
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About Me & My Radios
About me: I have been buying, restoring, and selling antiques for 60 years.  My day job for 33 years was illustration and graphic design for a U.S. Department of Energy contractor.  I love antique design and craftsmanship.  I like the history and methods of creating these beautiful objects. I recently acquired a large collection of vintage radios from a deceased friend's family.  I am selling the radios "as is." I prefer to keep the original finish on furniture and radios, if possible, but I will let the customer decide about their restoration.  Many of my radios will be listed as "for display or restoration."  I have found that many people who buy vintage and antique radios in my shop use them for display and to bring back memories, rather than to listen to them.

Most of my radios are in great vintage cosmetic condition.  I have not done any electronic repairs.  I will simply tell you if it works or not when the required power source is applied.  Once a buyer agrees to purchase a radio, the buyer accepts all responsibility and liability for the safe use and operation of the radio.  I will leave electronics restoration to the customer and experts.  Many of the sellers on this site offer professional restoration.

Payments: Payment in U.S. funds, using PayPal to my email address, money order, or personal check.  I will wait for payments to clear before shipping.  If you live in my home state of Tennessee, a 9.75% sales tax will be added to the sales price.

Shipping: I will need your address to calculate shipping.  Each radio will be packed for safe shipping in an appropriately sized cardboard box using large bubble wrap and Styrofoam peanuts.  I have been shipping over 20 years with no problems.  I ship only to the Continental United States.  Shipping charges and insurance are in addition to the purchase price.  After I receive an email from the buyer confirming the purchase and shipping price, and payment has cleared, I will ship the item and notify the purchaser.

Returns: If the buyer for whatever reason wants to return the radio, the buyer must contact me within (7) days.  If all attempts to resolve the issue cannot be made, the buyer, at their expense, may return the radio in as-sold condition, packaged the same way as received.  It is my goal to make you happy with your purchase.  Thank you for visiting Larry's Antique Attic. 



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