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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)

 

Andrea W69-P Spacemaster (1957)

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Andrea W69-P Spacemaster (1957)

The Andrea Spacemaster is a fairly rare radio as far as multi-band radios; this is only the second one I have found in over the many years I have been in radio. The Spacemaster was designed and custom built by Andrea and not mass produced. This multi-band receiver provides Long-Wave, Standard Broadcast as well as Short-Wave reception and enables you to tune into broadcasts from throughout the entire world. You can listen to what's going on, on land, sea and around the world. This nice set has been completely restored and is working beautifully now and receiving many local stations with clarity and good volume, I found at sunset the best time for Short-Wave reception. It has a good straight telescopic antenna and comes with an Owners Manual. The AC power cord is the retractable type and works well. The radio also has the input that was used for a phonograph but can be used to plug in your iPhone or iPod so I will also include a connecting cable for you; then you can play your music thru the radios system. The Andrea weighs 23 pounds and measures 17-1/2"W x 12-3/4"H x 8"D. $389.00. (0021521)

 

Arvin 450 TL (1950)

Arvin 450 TL (1950)

This sweet little black and shiny Bakelite beauty has been electronically restored with all of the old paper capacitors replaced with the new longer lasting modern types. This nice radio has a large built-in wire-wound antenna for its good reception. It has a dial light, a new power cord and a good back cover. Only 11-1/2"W x 6"H x 6"D. $140.00. (0021506)

 

Arvin 753T (1950)

Arvin 753T (1950)

The Arvin case is a shiny dark brown Bakelite case with no cracks, chips or deep scratches. It has a beautiful golden glittering speaker grille cloth and a large Lucite dial tuner with a classic sunburst design and Lucite control knobs. The radio has been electronically restored and has all new parts and tubs where necessary and works very well. I have also replaced the power cord. 10"W x 6"H x 5"D. $179.00. (0021519)

 

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 CR-1 (1993?)

Crosley CR-1 (1993?)

Here is Crosley's excellent reproduction of Zenith's 1938 so-called "Pancake" model 5-R-12. This a very nice performing set and has AM/FM and a good working cassette player. Its highly polished cabinet is in very nice condition without cracks or chips and it has a lighted dial too. 12"W x 7"H x 6"D. $49.00. (0021503)

 

Crosley CR38 "Sleigh" (1999)

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Crosley CR38 "Sleigh" (1999)

This unique mirrored glass table-top AM/FM radio is a replica of the Sparton 557 which epitomized the Art Deco era. The bold artistry and craftsmanship provided eye catching appeal, yet served to accentuate the superb functionality and engineering of this one-of-a-kind radio typical of products of the mid 1930s. The Crosley Sleigh is a faithful reproduction of the Deluxe Model first manufactured in 1936 which featured elaborate etching on the glass cabinet and a rectangular illuminating dial scale. Accentuating the design are five wrap-around chrome bars and three attractive chrome control knobs. A perfect accent piece for the home or office, the Crosley Sleigh is a must addition to any radio collection. This rare find is used but is in like new condition. $225.00. (0021524)

 

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)

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)

 

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 Television 534 "Baby Grand Piano" (1939)

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General Television 534 "Baby Grand Piano" (1939)

This cute Baby Grand Piano radio, housed in a solid walnut wooden case, is made to look like a Baby Grand piano. The radio's details are very well done with the larger inspiration, down to a keyboard and even foot pedals. The radio has been electronically restored and works very well. The radio is in very nice cosmetic condition. 9-1/2"W x 11-1/2"H x 11-1/2"D. $295.00. (0021525)

 

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)

 

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)

 

Panasonic RE-6137 (1970s)

Panasonic RE-6137 (1970s)

Sharp looking vintage AM/FM high quality transistor radio. It is very clean inside and out and is working to perfection bringing in a lot of stations all with fine clarity and volume all across the dial. The case is very clean and has no cracks, chips or bad scratches. 12"W x 5-1/2"H x 4"D. $63.60. (0021518)

 

Pennwood Numechron Tymeter 100 Flip Clock (1960)

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Pennwood Numechron Tymeter 100 Flip Clock (1960)

These Pennwood Art Deco Flip Clocks were the very first of this type produced in and around the 1960's and were very popular as they were used in the offices and in the home. And if you were a Ham Radio operator you most likely had or you may still have one in your radio shack sitting right next to your Hammarlund 600 Super Pro or your National NCX-5. This nice looking Bakelite clock is in good working condition and the case has no chips, cracks or scratches. 7-1/2"W x 3-3/4"H x 4"D. $84.00. (0021527)

 

Pilot "Blue Peter" (1949)

Pilot "Blue Peter" (1949)

Pilot "Blue Peter" (1949). Completely restored and working to perfection is this British Pilot radio with all new modern capacitors, some resistors checked and replaced too, all tubes checked and any that needed to be replaced were replaced with new or test like new tubes. The beautiful solid Burled Tiger Wood cabinet has been professionally refinished. The green tuning eye tube is nice and bright, it opens and closes perfectly. The colorful dial lights up. This radio has the AM band and four other short wave bands five bands in all and brings in many stations strong and clear and with a real good antenna after sundown short-wave comes in pretty good. I have attached about a ten foot antenna drop wire to the back for extra good reception and a ground wire works well on this TRF type set too. The radio as can be seen has a very nice back cover. What's the meaning of the name "Blue Peter?" you wonder. The Blue Peter was originally a blue maritime signal flag meaning the letter "P" or outward bound and flown to warn the ships crew they about to sail. 19-1/4"W x 15"H x 9-1/4"D. $589.00. (0021515)

 

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 2 (1950)

Silvertone 2 (1950)

This little post WW II Metal Midget AM radio has just the four tubes but boy it's got power as much as radios much larger. I have gone thru it and replaced all of the older capacitors with newer types and checked the four tubes on my tube checker now this little baby brings in many stations loud and nice and clear. 8-1/4"W x 4"H x 4"D. $125.00. (0021516)

 

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)

 

Spirit of St Louis "Green Reflections" (1999)

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Spirit of St Louis "Green Reflections" (1999)

Sleek, glamorous with shimmering chrome trim, this classic rare emerald green mirror radio is a celebrated Art Deco radio produced by Spirit of St Louis. A replica of the original 1936 Sparton 566 designed by Walter Darwin Teague and represented a new aesthetic of industrial genius. Its geometric lines are an indication of an overwhelming influence on design of the 30's. This exceptional recreation features a beautiful round green 16 x 16 inch mirror accented with Art Deco-style chrome. Its precise sloping body coupled with simple detailing is reminiscent of the clean look that influenced generations of design. $145.00. (0021523)

 

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)

 

TSM Electronics AR-50 Bluebird (1999)

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TSM Electronics AR-50 Bluebird (1999)

This beautiful Art Deco blue glass mirrored AM/FM radio was produced in France and is a replica of the very rare and valuable Sparton radio model 566 manufactured in 1936 here in the US. It has a lighted dial. The radio is working very well. This set's blue glass mirror with the chrome accents measures 16"H x 16"W x 9"D. $145.00. (0021526)

 

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 3000-1 Trans-Oceanic (1965)

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Zenith 3000-1 Trans-Oceanic (1965)

This is one great playing FM and multi-band Short-Wave radio, picking up many stations all across the dial. It's very clean and comes with a full battery pack, complete manual with the schematics and a log book. 12-1/2"W x 10"H x 6"D. $179.00. (0021522)
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