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Airline 25GSL-1814A (1952)

Airline 25GSL-1814A (1952)

This vintage Airline model is a bit unusual and rare, for I haven't seen this model before and I have been in the radio business for quite a long time. I have completely restored it, replacing all of the older paper and wax type capacitors with newer longer lasting ones. Also replaced the old style electrolytic capacitors which cause that hum that you hear in older radios when they go bad. All the tubes have been checked on my tester and I have replaced any of the bad ones with new, all circuits checked and working properly now and the radio sounds as nice as it looks. 10-3/4"W x 7"H x 7-3/4"D. $194.50. (0021380)

 

Airline 64WG-1801C (1946)

Airline 64WG-1801C (1946)

Here is another very nice set with a beautiful walnut finished case, the speaker cover and the knobs are original. All of the electronics have been upgraded, new capacitors through out, all circuits and tubes checked. The power cord has been replaced. This radio has an internal, large wire-wound antenna for its excellent reception. 12-3/4"W x 7-1/4"H x 6"D. $179.50. (0021495)

 

Airline 74BK-1501B (1947)

Airline 74BK-1501B (1947)

Great little mini All American Five-tube Super-Heterodyne AM radio. It has been completely gone through and all of the old capacitors have been replaced with new ones, all tubes checked too. The reception is excellent surprisingly strong for such a little set. The Walnut Bakelite case is in very good condition without chips, cracks or scratches. Only 7-1/2"W x 6"H x 4-1/2"D. $185.00. (0021360)

 

Arvin 243-T (1948)

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Arvin 243-T (1948)

This is Arvin's Grean Leaf metal midget, a powerful little four-tube set that has been electronically restored and working just as well as it looks. The type 244T Leaf Green color I'm told is a fairly rare find in these little radios. The case is in beautiful condition as you see, it has a new long power cord and of course it's standard long drop antenna wire for extra good reception. This Arvin is Mini-sized at 6-3/8"W x 5"H x 3-7/8"D. $148.00. (0021499)

 

Arvin 444 (1946)

Arvin 444 (1946)

Small miniature four-tube cream colored all metal set that has been electronically restored; the old paper capacitors have been replaced, updated with new longer lasting types. Also the electrolytics or filter caps have also been up-graded so the radio will have no hum. Tubes have been checked too and the radio is working perfectly. It has a drop wire antenna for excellent long distance reception. 6-1/2"W x 5-1/4"H x 4"D. $125.00. (0021490)

 

Astron RS-20A Ham Radio Power Supply

Astron RS-20A Ham Radio Power Supply

115 VAC, 60 Hertz, output + 13.8 vdc 16 Amp continuous. 20 Amp regulated power supply. $65.00. (0021368)

 

Crosley Bardstown Entertainment Stand

Crosley Bardstown Entertainment Stand

Bardstown Entertainment Stand, perfect for the Crosley Musician Entertainment Center. Paprika finish. 25"H x 20"W x 16"D. $129.00. (0020960)

 

Crosley CR-38 "Sleigh"

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Crosley CR-38 "Sleigh"

What a a Beauty is this Art-Deco-style radio/CD player with its gorgeous Cobalt Blue mirrored-glass surface and five wraparound chrome bars. This is a faithful reproduction of the Sparton Model 557 radio that was produced in 1936. This beautiful Crosley deluxe sleigh radio with its distinctive rectangular dial scale, its top-loading CD player, AM/FM radio, and its integrated full-range speakers for full audio flexibility, RCA-type auxiliary input plugs for component connection such as your iPhone so you can plug-in and play your favorite music right thru the radios audio system, cable included. It has three easy-to-access chrome control knobs. While this is used it has been fully checked out and both the radios AM and FM are working fine and the CD player is also working properly. 17-1/2"W x 10-1/4"H x 8-1/2"D. $325.00. (0021501)

 

Crosley CR6017A Player Turntable

Crosley CR6017A Player Turntable

Featuring minimalist style and simplistic lines, the Crosley Player three-speed turntable marries mid-century design with modern audio conveniences. With analog AM/FM radio, a dynamic full-range speaker and a portable audio input for connecting MP3 players or other external devices, the Player will add an element of retro chic to any room in the house. Features NP6 diamond stylus needle, belt driven turntable. Plays three speeds: 33-1/3, 45 And 78rpm. Portable audio ready; simply plug in your portable audio device or MP3 player, fully automatic return tone arm, headphone jack, clear removable dust cover, AC power adapter (12VDC, 1500mA). 14"W x 4"H x 10-1/2"D. $100.00. (0021065)

 

Crosley CT100 (new)

Crosley CT100 (new)

This is a brand new radio from Crosley. The CT100 radio cassette player has it all, It broadcast on AM/FM also has Short-Wave. You can play all of your wonderful old favorite cassettes or record using the internal microphone. Operates on both AC and DC. 12"W x 7-2/3"H x 3-1/4"D; 3-1/4 pounds. $52.50. (0021426)

 

Crosley CT200 (new)

Crosley CT200 (new)

Cassettes never really went away. Whether you recorded Casey Kasem's American Top 40 from start to finish, or played with the pause button hoping Rick Dees wouldn't talk-over the first few seconds of a top-10 hit. I'll bet this radio evokes some great memories. With this brand new Crosley CT200 AM/FM/radio/cassette player/ recorder you can crank up some of your favorite cassettes and party hardy or chill out with your favorite public radio station. Make a cheesy mix tape of your own with a personal message at the beginning thanks to the built-in microphone. Score! Don't have a cow, the CT200's VU meter is no poser, it's actually functional. Take the volume to the max, add some bodacious bass or totally fine tune the treble with the adjustment knobs at the top. Plug in the AC adapter for home listening or pop in some of those huge batteries and take it on the go, dude! About 13-1/2"W x 9-1/2"H x 3-3/4"D; 3-1/4 pounds. $59.95. (0021425)

 

Crosley Musician Entertainment Center

Crosley Musician Entertainment Center

The Crosley Musician boasts an exterior cabinet that even the most discriminating would be proud to own and will be appreciative of the combination of fine styling and the performance of this classic entertainment center. Crafted of hardwoods and veneers and smoothly finished in Paprika. It is portable audio ready, too. Analog AM/FM radio, The Musician is also equipped with Bluetooth connectivity, a programmable CD player, cassette deck and three-speed record player. Check out the Crosley Bardstown Entertainment Stand also available. 17"W x 12-1/2"D x 10"H; shipping weight 19 pounds. $149.95. (0021453)

 

Decca Portable Record Player (about 1960)

Decca Portable Record Player (about 1960)

Bring out all of your nice old favorite records, your 78's 45's and 33's too. It will play them all and sounds great. The amplifier has been completely restored by replacing all of the old type capacitors and replaced the electrolytics so there's no hum and had the power tube replaced. It has a good cartridge and a new needle. I have gone thru it cleaned and lubed all of the moving parts. The case is solid, shows some wear a few scuffs of course for its age but is pretty fair as you can see. $139.00. (0021448)

 

Detrola Radio (1940-41)

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Detrola Radio (1940-41)

This is a rare model that I was not able to find anything about. It has been gone through completely, all old paper caps are now replaced with the newer types and the electrolytic caps also have been replaced. Each tube checked on my tube checker and now this neat looking little radio is working very nice and will serve for many years to come. The solid wood case has a very nice finish. I have replaced the power cord and it has a good back cover. Only 9-1/2"W x 6-1/2"H x 5-1/4"D. $195.00. (0021498)

 

Disney Mickey Mouse Radio AM/FM (1997)

Disney Mickey Mouse Radio AM/FM (1997)

This radio is a replica of the 1934 Emerson model 410 Disney Radio and was manufactured by Lidco in 1997. It has been a gently used radio that is in very good working condition. The nice looking cabinet showing all of the different Disney characters, Minnie, Pluto and others is in like new condition. About 12-1/2"W x 10"H x 7"D. $119.95. (0021438)

 

Emerson CTP-34 Mini Cassette Player/Recorder

Emerson CTP-34 Mini Cassette Player/Recorder

This is a complete like new in the original box cassette recorder. The many features are; built in microphone, auto stop and record, tape counter, battery condition indicator, record light, one hand push button operation, one finger record system, easy record system record red knob, pause control, cassette eject, easy load battery magazine, jacks for AC adapter, earphone, remote on/off control, erase guard to prevent accidental erasure of prerecorded tapes. Comes with operating manual. $40.00. (0021460)

 

Firestone Air Chief R-313-A (1939)

Firestone Air Chief R-313-A (1939)

The Art Deco Styling of this radio makes one take notice and sort of reminds me of the Sparton Sleigh or some of that era's modern radio styling. This is a very strong working set, a six tube Super-Heterodyne radio broadcasting on AM. The electronics have all been gone through and brought up to date with all modern parts to last for many more years of enjoyment. The grand looking cabinet has also been professionally refinished. Lighted dial, original knobs and pushbuttons. 18"W x 10"H x 8-1/2"D; weighs 18 pounds. $245.00. (0021160)

 

General Electric 7-4965A Clock Radio (1970s)

General Electric 7-4965A Clock Radio (1970s)

AM/FM/clock radio/cassette recorder (stereo). The cassette and radio work great; it has a built-in mic for your recordings and earphone jack in front for your private listing. It also has a four-band graphic equalizer to achieve the best sound quality, the clock has a snooze-sleep alarm function too. $42.00. (0021432)

 

General Electric CL-541 (1946-47)

General Electric CL-541 (1946-47)

This excellent looking radio is a bit rare and I was not able to find out very much on this nice General Electric set which was made in Canada. Its small solid wood case has been professionally refinished now, and all the electronics have been replaced with newer upgrades to last for a very long time. This radio functions and sounds better then it ever did when new. It has a good solid back cover and a new power cord. 10"W x 7"H x 5-1/2"D. $195.00. (0021294)

 

General Electric CT470-B Clock Radio (1965)

General Electric CT470-B Clock Radio (1965)

All in its original condition is this very nice General Electric clock radio. The radio is truly fine one bringing in a lot of stations and it's very clear too. I tested the clock over a full two days and it kept perfect time. The radio has a good long power cord. The nice cream colored plastic case is polished up to a real nice shine and looks pretty good as you can see. 11"W x 6"H x 5"D. $97.00. (0021483)

 

General Motors 110MA "Little General" (1932)

General Motors 110MA "Little General" (1932)

This radio has been totally restored, all old capacitors have been replaced now with new long lasting types. Each tube has had a check-out too, and some have been replaced with new or test like new. This radio is now working better than new and ready for a new home. The beautiful American Walnut cabinet has been professionally refinished. The power cord has been replaced with a vintage style cloth covered cord and AC plug to look true to the original. 19"H x 15"W x 10-1/2"D. $395.00. (0021470)

 

German Victrola

German Victrola

I don't have any idea when this copy of what appears to be the upscale model of a 1911 Victor Victrola model VV-IX Type D was produced or how it came to America, but I have it and it is a real charmer. It's in excellent working condition and the case is in very nice condition too. There is no corrosion on any of the metal parts, the turntable green felt cover appears like new and there extra new needles. $275.00. (0021251)

 

Gilfillan 86 (1947)

Gilfillan 86 (1947)

This is a fairly rare radio I believe, as I haven't found very much information on it except for the schematics so the restoration could be completed. However, this beauty is an eight-tube Superheterodyne set which receives broadcasts on AM and two Short-Wave bands as well. It has been electronically restored and professionally refinished. It has been completely gone thru with all of the older type capacitors being replaced with the newer and longer lasting types. All of the circuits have been checked out, resistors replaced where needed and some older damaged wiring replaced; all the tubes have been checked. The power cord has been replaced. The radio has a very large internal antenna which helps with the excellent reception it receives. Note: on the back of the set it has an input jack which, with a cable attached to your iPhone or other device you can play any music say like Pandora if you have that. The cable is $12.50 additional. This is on of the finest quality radios that I have had to offer in some time. 17"H x 14"W x 9"D; weight 28 lbs. $695.00. (0021463)

 

Kenwood Microphones

Kenwood Microphones

Both microphones are working and had been used on the Kenwood TS-870 and the TS-120S. These are sold separately. Each for $20.00. (0020972)

 

Learadio 561 (1945)

Learadio 561 (1945)

Very nice looking AM broadcast radio and after some electronic repair and up-grades it's working beautifully. This model 561 has a Bakelite case and has the same five-tube chassis as the models 562 and 563 and has the same internal loop antenna. 10-1/2"W x 8"H x 7"D. $199.00. (0020953)

 

Magnavox D6280/17 (1975)

Magnavox D6280/17 (1975)

Cassette player and recorder in good working condition with included power cord, ear phone and microphone for your recordings. Has functions Fast Forward, Rewind, Pause, Stop/Eject and Play. Batteries and three new blank tapes in the package are included. $32.50. (0021494)

 

Motorola 52B5 (1951-52)

Motorola 52B5 (1951-52)

This good looking AM broadcast portable radio has an all metal case with a gold painted top and the lower covered with a black vinyl material. There are no scuffs in the vinyl or cracks or breaks, it's a very solid, nice case. The electronics have been upgraded with all the newer electronic parts and the radio plays very well, loud and clear and bringing in many stations. It works on standard AC household current. When it was used as a portable radio it required two "D" size batteries and a 67.5 volt "B" battery which is no longer available. 8-1/4"W x 6-1/4"H x 2-1/4"D. $69.00. (0021132)

 

Motorola 67L11 Portable (1947)

Motorola 67L11 Portable (1947)

Five-tube AM Broadcast portable with AC power. This set was made for Motorola by The Galvin Mfg. Co. 1947. It has been completely restored electronically with all of the older capacitors replaced with new, and new electrolytics have replaced the old ones too, so it will no longer have any background deep hum. The tubes have all been checked and good ones have replaced any that needed to be and this radio plays very well now. It has a good power cord. The faux snake-skin cabinet has some scuffing but very little it is mostly on the inside of the front cover (see picture). 13"W x 9-1/2"H x 6-1/4"D. $89.00. (0021434)

 

Packard-Bell 5DA (1948)

Packard-Bell 5DA (1948)

This set has been completely restored with all new capacitors, new electrolytic filters, new or like new tubes replaced any of those which tested poor, all of the circuits have been checked; nothing has been overlooked, this beautiful little Packard-Bell radio sounds and looks great. I had it professionally repainted, one coat of paint sprayed on, lightly sanded and another coat, then a clear coat to give it that deep shine. Note the nice looking black stationized dial. Only 9-1/2"W x 6"H x 5-1/4"D. $197.50. (0021450)

 

Philco 46-421 (1946)

Philco 46-421 (1946)

Here's a fine example of one of Philco's six-tube super-heterodyne receiver with seven AM broadcast circuits. The set's been electronically restored, all of the old type capacitors have been replaced with new and all the tubes have been checked too. This radio has quite a large internal wire-wound antenna that brings in those distant stations. It has a large 4X6-inch elliptical speaker too, for great sound quality. 14"W x 8"H x 6-1/2"D. $225.00. (0021496)

 

Philco 48-464 (1948)

Philco 48-464 (1948)

One of Philco's larger six-tube Bakelite table sets and this one receives on AM as well as Short-Wave. The set has been completely restored electronically, all of the old capacitors have been replaced with the new longer lasting modern types and is working beautifully now. Also new or test like new tubes have replaced tubes that tested bad. The Bakelite case is in nice condition too with no chips, cracks or scratches. The back cover has been replaced. 15-1/2"W x 9-1/2"H x 8-1/2"D. $179.50. (0021452)

 

Philco 50-526 (1950)

Philco 50-526 (1950)

This stylish looking five-tube, AM broadcast radio has been restored and is working beautifully. The maroon Bakelite case is in excellent condition with no cracks, scratches or chips. 12"W x 8"H x 7"D. $110.00. (0021171)

 

RCA 86T (1937)

RCA 86T (1937)

Six-tube Super-Heterodyne set that receives on AM and Short-Wave. It's been restored, all of the older type capacitors have been replaced with the newer longer lasting types. Also the electrolytics have been replaced too; they are the type of parts in these old radios when they go bad they cause a terrible hum. All of the tubes have been checked out on my tube checker and any poorly performing tubes have been replaced with either new old stock or ones that tested like new. This radio performs very well. A new power cord has replaced the old one. The cabinet has been refinished to look as it did when new. $375.00. (0021387)

 

Sentinel 333W (1949)

Sentinel 333W (1949)

This set has a Bakelite case that is in very good condition with no chips, cracks or deep scratches. It has a lighted dial. Some electronic work has been done in the past I see, I have checked all tubes and replaced several with new or test like new tubes. In checking it the AM broadcast is working very well but no working FM. So this set is sold as just an AM set. $79.50. (0021386)

 

Silvertone 1591 "Custom" (1940-41)

Silvertone 1591 "Custom" (1940-41)

This is quite different from any of the other Sears 1591 models that I have come across over the years as it's all nicely decorated with colorful designs of fruits and flowers and quite nicely done. The radio receives broadcasts on AM with a Shortwave band and also shows the old Police band too. This is a nine-tube set and is what's called a Superheterodyne. Sears named it a "Radionet" because it has a special built-in antenna system to help bring in those distant stations. It is working perfectly; all the old capacitors have now been replaced with the newer types and it also has new filter capacitors, and a nice long vintage cloth covered style power cord and a vintage plug to match. All of the tubes have checked out good, it has a nice bright tuning eye too. 18"W x 16"H x 10"D. $425.00. (0021381)

 

Silvertone 6120 (1939)

Silvertone 6120 (1939)

Beautiful and completely restored is this 1930's Art Deco period radio cabinet which I'm told was made by Ingraham. It's been professionally and beautifully refinished as well as electronically restored and sounds great. It's a six tube Super-Heterodyne AM with Short-Wave. 14-1/2"W x 9"H x 7"D. $449.00. (0021257)

 

Silvertone 8206 (1957)

Silvertone 8206 (1957)

This is a pretty nice little Coral colored radio that is working; there aren't any cracks in it, it has some scratches that could possibly be buffed away to look better. The leather case is in fair condition too. Works on a 9 volt battery. 6-1/2"W x 3-1/2"W x 1-3/4"D. $59.00. (0021419)

 

Silvertone 9005 (1949)

Silvertone 9005 (1949)

Here's a great looking table model, a five-tube Superheterodyne AM set that has had all the electronics gone thru, capacitors replaced with the newer types. All circuits checked, all tubes checked on my tube checker replacing any poor ones with new or test like new ones. The power cord has been replaced with a new one. This radio has a large internal wire-wound antenna for its good reception. The nice shiny case is in pretty nice condition too with no scratches, cracks or breaks except as you see that little piece in back top right. This is a nice looking radio! 12-1/2"W x 6-3/4"H x 6-3/4"D. $110.00. (0021423)

 

Simplex Radio (1939?)

Simplex Radio (1939?)

This little set has no identifier but has the same chassis as a Philco TP-12 Transitone. I believe this was made in Canada. It has been electronically restored and it's working beautifully bringing in many stations for such a small set. The solid wood case has a very nice finish. I have put in a new dial cover and a new power cord and AC plug. All five tubes checked out on my tube checker. 9-1/4"W x 6"H x 4-1/4"D. $119.00. (0021493)

 

Stewart-Warner B51T1 (1948)

Stewart-Warner B51T1 (1948)

Amazing little five-tube superheterodyne AM radio which has now been electronically restored and is working perfectly. For such a small radio it has remarkably good quality sound. Its Ivory case is in excellent condition. 6"W x 5-1/2"H x 3-3/4"D. $179.50. (0021482)

 

Technics SA-210 (1983)

Technics SA-210 (1983)

This is a great little receiver, it plays strong has outstanding power and sensitivity. The Technics SA-210 Quartz Synthesizer Digital AM/FM Stereo receiver has a power out of 25 watts at 8 ohms per channel. Power up to a couple of your nice speakers and enjoy the sound. $46.50. (0021459)

 

Telex Hy-Gain Direction Control

Telex Hy-Gain Direction Control

This is used. It is working, well cared for and clean. $95.00. (0021369)

 

Trav-Ler 46-37 Karenola (1956-57)

Trav-Ler 46-37 Karenola (1956-57)

This nice little AM Superheterodyne Midget radio only has five tubes, but it has BIG sound. It has a built-in antenna for very good reception. The cream color case almost looks like a Plaskon type plastic. There is a small one and a half inch very thin stress crack on the top right (see extra photos), it is priced accordingly. Only 9-1/2"W x 6"H x 5"D. $87.50. (0021188)

 

Trav-Ler 5002 (1943)

Trav-Ler 5002 (1943)

This is a mantle midget style six-tube radio that has been fully restored and is working beautifully. The Bakelite case has been professionally repainted in what is called Colonial Red. 9-3/4"W x 6-1/2"H x 5-1/2"D. $159.50. (0021411)

 

Trav-Ler 5015 (1947)

Trav-Ler 5015 (1947)

Nice little AM broadcast set, a five-tube Super-Heterodyne type. It has been electronically restored and is working very well. I have re-painted it the same color that it was before; it was pretty badly scratched up when I received it. It will now look nice in most any room. 10"W x 6-1/2"H x 6"D. $159.50. (0021347)

 

Trav-Ler 5015 (1948)

Trav-Ler 5015 (1948)

Completely restored is this nice working set. I have replaced all of the older capacitors, tubes have been tested and some replaced and the set performs like new with good selectivity and volume across the dial. The Bakelite case is in excellent condition too and without any cracks, chips or scratches. 10"W x 6-1/4"H x 6"D. $119.00. (0021393)

 

Vintage Radio Note Cards

Vintage Radio Note Cards

Six card set of note cards with matching antique gold envelopes. Folded card size is 6" x 4-1/2". In plastic bag. $7.95. (0020958)

 

Vintage Radio Note Cards, Set #2

Vintage Radio Note Cards, Set #2

Set of Six "RADIO NEWS" Note Cards and envelopes. $7.95. (0020983)

 

Vintage Radio Note Cards, Set #3

Vintage Radio Note Cards, Set #3

Six cards with envelopes. $7.95. (0020984)

 

Westinghouse H-791P6 (1961)

Westinghouse H-791P6 (1961)

This is a very nice working vintage six-transistor radio that has been well cared for; it has no cracks, chips or any deep scratches on it. The color is a combination of beige and vermilion, very nice. It is powered by four "AA" batteries (not included.) 6-3/4"H x 4"W x 2"D. $64.00. (0021420)

 

Zenith 5-D-810Y (1949)

Zenith 5-D-810Y (1949)

All American Five-tube set, electronically restored, all of the old capacitors have now been removed and replaced by longer lasting modern Mylar type. Also the electrolytic capacitors have been upgraded to the newer modern types so there will be no more hum. All tubes have been checked. It's a pretty strong receiver with great sensitivity, bringing in all kinds of stations around the dial with volume to spare. A good radio for your every day and favorite AM listening. $110.00. (0021392)

 

Zenith G500 Trans-Oceanic (1949)

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Zenith G500 Trans-Oceanic (1949)

Here is another very fine example of one of Zenith's wonderful Trans-Oceanic multi-band world-wide AM and Short-Wave radios. The model G500 was manufactured for just a short time, 18 months between 1949 and 1951 so there aren't too many of them around. It has been upgraded electronically, restored, all of its old capacitors have now replaced with longer lasting modern types, all of the circuits and the tubes have been checked out too and it's now working at its very best operating performance bringing in stations far and near all across the country and the world. The 5 foot Telescopic antenna is straight and true. As you can see the nice black canvas covered case is in very nice condition too. 16-3/4"W x 11"H x 7-1/4"D. $225.00. (0021500)

 

Zenith H500 Trans-Oceanic (1951)

Zenith H500 Trans-Oceanic (1951)

This Zenith Trans-Oceanic Multi-band radio has been electronically restored to work like new now with all old capacitors replaced with brand new modern long lasting caps; all of its tubes have been checked, each circuit has been checked and the radio performs beautifully bringing in not only your local stations but it also receives many long distant broadcasts too. It has a nice long, over 4-foot telescopic antenna to bring in those distant stations for you. The solid black canvas covered case is as you can see in beautiful condition despite its 72+ years of service and is strong and solid with no rips or tears in the cover. I am including a copy for you of the H-500 Owners Manual. 16-3/4"W x 11"H x 7-3/4"D. $219.00. (0021497)

 

Zenith R-615 (1952)

Zenith R-615 (1952)

Classic ultra-modern six-tube Super-Heterodyne type radio that's been totally restored, all caps replaced, all tubes checked on my tube checker; now this radio is sounding like it was brand new again. The case is in beautiful condition. This radio has an RCA input jack with a switch in the back so if you enjoy hearing music on your iPhone, then with the proper cable attached (not included) you can play your music through this radios amplifier system and it would sound great. Cable is $9.50 additional. 13"W x 8"H x 7"D. $139.00. (0021484)
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"Great job of packing. I also wanted to let you know it's not what I was hoping for, it's MORE than I was hoping for. I love it! It will fit in well with some of my other radios and the theme I love the look of, Art Deco. I will be keeping my eyes open on your web page for possible future purchases." -- Roger, NV
"I ... have found Mr. Ben Martin as someone who is trustworthy, his restorations first class, electronically and cosmetically, and provides antique radios that look like they were just manufactured." Roger, CA
"As always, super packaging, everything arrived in complete safety. It works well, takes a lot of radio stations." -- Alexander, Russia
"Radio arrived today: IT IS GREAT!!! Just as you describe it in your web site. You are an HONEST Dealer.  I WILL be buying other radios from you." -- Roger, PR
"Speakers and Lafayette amplifier arrived... well packed and sound good... looking forward to do business again with you... everything as promised." -- Hugo, WA
"Thanks for the Arvins...as fast and easy as buying a book from Amazon.  You'll be my first choice from now on." -- Richard
"Received my Zaney-Gill Music Box radio and I couldn't be happier.  Hope to do business again." -- George, Las Vegas
"The RCA ... radio arrived yesterday... It plays wonderfully on AM ...Great fidelity and tone... I am indeed among your happy customers." -- Robert K.
"I must say everything went well and it was a pleasure buying this fine art deco piece at your 'store.'" -- Eric, Netherlands
"Zenith came today in perfect condition...nicely packaged... I have no need to search for radios any other place!" -- Javier G., Spain
"I received the Sparton and Trav-Ler in great shape.  Thanks for the prompt shipment." -- Bill S., Georgia


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