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"Selling radios at the Radio Attic since June 2022"

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Angel Boys Radio

Angel Boys Radio

Here is a nice little two-transistor boys radio made in Japan sometime in the mid 1960s. The radio is nice looking and it is clean inside and out. It works, but these boys radios are not great performers. This one does not come up for sale often so if you collect these now is your time to put this in your collection. $40.00. (1820083)

 

Coronet Boys Radio

Coronet Boys Radio

Here is a near mint Coronet two-transistor radio in the original box with all the accessories. The color is stunning! The radio plays OK but it needs the full extension of the antenna for good reception. You won't find a nicer example of this fine radio. The radio was made in Japan. $75.00. (1820015)

 

Crosley JM-8BN Book Radio

Crosley JM-8BN Book Radio

Here is a nice looking Crosley book radio. This is their model JM-8BN. It uses three sub-miniature tubes and two transistors. It is powered by a 4 volt "A" battery and a 45 volt "B" battery. It is all original and in very good condition. It is untested but it is clean and looks like it will work. These radio rarely come up for sale so now is the time to put this nice radio in your collection. $175.00. (1820067)

 

El Dorado 6P-11

El Dorado 6P-11

Here is a nice looking El Dorado six-transistor radio model 6P-11. The radio is in good working condition. No case damage and it is clean inside and out. Made in Japan mid 60s. Powered by a standard 9 volt battery. $35.00. (1820075)

 

Emerson 869

Emerson 869

Here is a nice example of this 1957 Emerson model 869 four-transistor radio. This one plays loud and clear with the older style 9 volt batteries. The case is dark blue and the front is gold reverse paint. This model is very hard to find in working condition. $185.00. (1820074)

 

General Electric P765A (1958)

General Electric P765A (1958)

Here is a nice looking GE coat pocket sized transistor radio. This is a USA made six-transistor set from 1958. The radio plays loud and clear. It takes two "AA" batteries. The radio looks great! About 7"H x 3-1/2"W x 1-1/2"D. $45.00. (1820089)

 

Global GR-900

Global GR-900

Here is a good looking nine-transistor AM radio made in Japan in the early 1960s. The radio plays loud and clear with a 9 volt battery. The case has no chips, cracks or scratches. A super nice radio to add to your collection. $110.00. (1820078)

 

Hitachi TH-627R

Hitachi TH-627R

This is a small six-transistor radio that plays like a champ. The radio has nice eye appeal. No case issues or dents in the grille. Made in Japan around 1960. Leather case is in good condition also. $50.00. (1820007)

 

Hitachi TH-650

Hitachi TH-650

Here is a beautiful example of this fine looking Hitachi model TH-650. This is a six-transistor shirt pocket size radio made in Japan around 1963. The radio plays loud and clear with a standard 9 volt battery. It is in near mint condition with a nice leather case. $70.00. (1820072)

 

Ida NTR-120

Ida NTR-120

Here is a nice looking six-transistor shirt pocket radio. It was made in Japan around 1961 but I'm not sure who made it. It goes by several names. Anyway, the radio plays well with a 9 volt battery. Nice reverse painted front and black case made for a good looking radio. $45.00. (1820053)

 

Magnavox AM-60 (1961)

Magnavox AM-60 (1961)

This is a nice working six-transistor shirt pocket radio. It was made in Japan in 1961. The radio is clean inside and out. No case problems. Radio plays loud and clear. $32.95. (1820002)

 

Magnavox AM-80

Magnavox AM-80

Here is a quality built eight-transistor radio. This is their model AM-80. It was made in Japan around 1961. The radio plays loud and clear. The case color is a medium dark tan. There is a small repaired spot on the bottom edge where the two halves meet. Whoever did it did a nice job. This radio looks nice and plays nice. $35.00. (1820017)

 

Master-Craft De Luxe

Master-Craft De Luxe

This is a great looking six-transistor radio! The color is a bright aqua with a black grille. The radio was made in Hong Kong. The radio plays beautifully. The radio looks in near mint condition! No model number is indicated. You will love the look and performance of this radio. $35.00. (1820018)

 

Melodic MT-60

Melodic MT-60

Here is a very nice Melodic brand six-transistor radio made in Japan in the mid 1960s. The radio is in good working condition. Nice reverse painted dial plate. The radio is clean inside and out. Comes with a nice leather carrying case too. Small at 3-1/2"H x 2-1/2"W x 1"D. $49.95. (1820087)

 

Modernage 612

Modernage 612

This set is a compact six-transistor shirt pocket radio in a nice blue case. The radio works well and plays well. very clean inside and out. $49.95. (1820003)

 

Motorola X15E

Motorola X15E

This is a nice working example of this well built six-transistor radio. The radio plays loud and clear. There are no chips or cracks and it is clean inside and out. Made in Japan around 1961. $65.00. (1820010)

 

Motorola X56E

Motorola X56E

Here is a super nice Motorola six-transistor radio made in the USA in the early 1960s. This radio works and looks like new! It is clean inside and out. No flaws anywhere on this beauty. It is also built like a tank! It takes an obsolete 9 volt battery. $45.00. (1820031)

 

National T55

National T55

This radio is a real beauty! The robins egg blue body is awesome. This is a seven-transistor radio made in Japan. The radio plays loud and clear. I think you will be very pleased to have this one in your collection. $65.00. (1820021)

 

Orion Super 12

Orion Super 12

Here is a nice looking twelve transistor radio from the mid 1960s. This radio plays loud and clear. It is powered by three "AA" batteries. There are no chips or cracks and it shines like new. It comes with a leather case in very good condition also. Email me if you want to see more photos. $24.95. (1820043)

 

Panasonic R-1492

Panasonic R-1492

Here is a nice looking Panasonic model R-1492 made in Japan in the mid 1960s. The radio is powered by a rechargeable 9 volt battery (I don't have the charging cord). The radio plays loud and clear. The radio looks well cared for. This radio is just like the orange one I have listed. It is just as nice too. $29.95. (1820063)

 

Peerless 830

Peerless 830

Here is a nice looking Peerless brand eight-transistor radio. It was made in Japan around 1965. The radio plays loud and clear with a standard 9 volt battery. No chips or cracks and it is clean inside and out. $27.95. (1820027)

 

Philco T-67GP

Philco T-67GP

Here is a nice looking Philco model T-67GP six-transistor radio. This was made in Japan around 1963. The radio is in good working condition. It plays loud and clear. It is powered by a standard 9 volt battery. It is clean inside and out. No chips or cracks in the case. $39.95. (1820071)

 

Realtone TR-1948

Realtone TR-1948

Here is a nice example of this nice looking shirt pocket nine-transistor radio. This is their model TR-1948 made in the mid 1960s in Japan. The radio is in super nice condition! It plays strong and clear with a standard 9 volt battery. Comes with a decent leather case. $35.00. (1820032)

 

Silvertone 1202

Silvertone 1202

Here is a nice looking Silvertone six-transistor radio made in the USA around 1961. The radio plays well and it looks super nice. It is powered by a standard 9 volt battery. It comes with a nice leather case also. $45.00. (1820082)

 

Sony TR-630

Sony TR-630

Here is a nice example of the Sony model TR-630 made in Japan around 1963. This is a six-transistor set AM band with a tone switch. The radio is in very good working condition. It sounds awesome for a small radio! No chips or cracks and it is clean inside and out. $49.95. (1820056)

 

Universal PTR-81B

Universal PTR-81B

Here is a nice working Universal eight-transistor radio model PTR-81B. This made in Japan model is much less available than the six-transistor version. The radio plays strong with a 9 volt battery. The case has no chips or cracks. There are a couple of scratches on the back cover. I think they can be buffed out. $40.00. (1820081)

 

Vornado 7YR-17

Vornado 7YR-17

Here is a nice looking Vornado model 7YR-17 seven-transistor radio made in Japan in the early 1960s. The model number is similar to a Marvel so I'm not sure who actually made this radio. The radio is in good working condition. It plays loud and clear. The radio is clean inside and out. It runs on a standard 9 volt battery. There are a couple of very light stains on the back cover. The rest of the radio looks good. $35.00. (1820070)

 

Wendell-West CR-18

Wendell-West CR-18

Here is a nice working Wendell-West eight-transistor radio made in Japan around 1965. This is their model CR-18. This runs on a standard 9 volt battery. The case is grey with a light grey back. This a coat pocket size radio. 7"W x 4"H. $30.00. (1820051)

 

White Eight Transistor

White Eight Transistor

Here is a nice looking eight-transistor radio made in Japan. No model number marked. It takes four "AA" batteries. The radio is in good working condition. It sounds really good and it has plenty of volume. No chips or cracks. Comes with a leather carrying case. $30.00. (1820077)

 

Zenith Royal 50L (1962)

Zenith Royal 50L (1962)

Here is a nice example of this popular Zenith six-transistor radio. Made in the USA in 1962. This one plays loud and clear on two "AA" batteries. No cracks or chips in the case. The carrying case is not the best but I include it. This is a Zenith presentation box but I don't know if it is for this model. It came with the radio. $49.95. (1820064)
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About Me
I have been working in the electronics field for my entire career, mostly in the manufacture and repair in the hearing aid business. I have been collecting and restoring radios for the last 30 years. I do quality work and I take pride in making radios look and perform as close to new as possible.

Guarantee
I will guarantee the radio to be as described in my description. If within 30 days you are not satisfied I will work with you to make it right.

Payments
For payment I accept PayPal (preferred) or a personal check. If you pay with PayPal I can ship it within two work days. Paying by personal check will delay until the check clears my bank.

Shipping
I will ship your item by priority mail unless you request another carrier. I have been shipping radios for almost 30 years and I know how to pack them so they get to you safely.


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