Exceptional Radios LLC
"Selling radios at the Radio Attic since July 2007"

the Radio Attic

Lew Magrish
336-255-4489

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All of my radios are repaired to offer many years of perfect performance.  The radios have seen a superb technician with fifty years experience with the electronics with these old radios.  The work is done as if I was adding these radios to my own collection.  We have an "old school" mentality and take no "short cuts."  The radios are tested and retested to offer the very best performance possible.  All of the work is strictly done by the book!

All of our radios have preinstalled mini-jacks at no additional charge.  These are installed with no damage to the integrity of the radio or cabinet damage.  These will allow you to input to your old radio from any modern device.  These include phones, pad and computers.  I enjoy listening through my broadband connection.  My favorites are: pandora.com, iheart.com, and internet-radio.com.  The content is prerecorded, live FM, and shortwave and free.

NOW!  Bluetooth adaptors available with a simple add on.  The cost is $25.  Stream audio to your radio from any Bluetooth enabled device.  The range of these units is 25-30 feet.

To contact me, click on the link above, call, or e-mail me at Exceptionalradiosllc@outlook.com
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Airline 62-318 "Movie Dial" (1937)

Airline 62-318 "Movie Dial" (1937)

This radio features a rear projection dial which is extremely detailed in character on a satin screen. The eight -tube super-het chassis offers both broadcast and shortwave. They were such deluxe radios; the chassis is chromed, which remains in fine condition. The radio offers a super bright and sensitive green tuning eye which winks as you zero in on the most sensitive tuning. The radio offers a tone control with a display straddling the dial. The radio is in factory original condition with all of the factory installed parts. The cabinet shows a bit of wear but in really fine condition for a radio of 81+ years of service. My tech has done a professional repair to the radio. He added a mini-jack to the circuits so you could enjoy listening to your own content from any modern type of electronic. The large cabinet, 8-inch speaker and tone control make this radio a pleasure to listen to. Bluetooth is available for an additional $25. 22-1/4"W x 13"H x 10-1/2"D. $799.00. (0961507)

 

Airline 486E (1939)

Airline 486E (1939)

What an edgy form from an antique radio. The radio was first offered as a farm battery radio and was so popular it was offered as an AC radio the following year. The radio has a perfectly refinished cabinet with the original speaker cloth and turned wood knobs. The radio sports a brand new and super sensitive green tuning eye with winks as you dial from station to station. The radio inside is a superior quality seven-tube super-het chassis offering both AM and Shortwave. My technician has given it his professional repairs and updates to the radio and it sings like new. The radio does offer a tone control allowing you to adjust the tone quality to the content and your personal tastes. He added a min-jack to allow you to connect to any modern device or add a Bluetooth adapter for only $25 additional! 16-3/8"W x 10"H x 8-1/2"D. $599.00. (0961519)

 

Air Castle 5000 (1939)

Air Castle 5000 (1939)

You are looking at a terrific table radio. Manufactured by Detrola Radio from Detroit, Michigan, these were very well engineered radios. This radio was available under several names, but the Air Castle name was the house brand of Spiegel Catalogue Company. The six-tube super-het chassis plays well on both AM and Shortwave. Note the massively oversized multi-colored dial which is brightly backlit. The new green tuning eye winks with great sensitivity as you dial station to station. The cabinet is a nice original finish. There are a few imperfections, normal for a radio of this age (82 years old). The speaker cloth and knobs appear to be factory original. The fine American walnut is dramatic in its pattern. My tech has done his usual and professional repairs and the radio plays in a fine fashion. He has added a mini-jack to the circuit and you can choose your modern input device to the radio. Listen to your phone, pad or computer for the infinite amount of free content available. Bluetooth is available for an additional $25. 18"W x 10"H x 8"D. $695.00. (0961596)

 

Arvin 618 "Phantom Junior" (1937)

Arvin 618 "Phantom Junior" (1937)

Here is a collector favorite and it will be yours too! The radio is a very fine radio with six tubes and a new tuning eye which winks as you dial from station to station. The radio is an advanced super-het offering fine selectivity. The cabinet is in factory original condition along with the factory speaker cloth and unique wood knobs. The condition is outstanding considering the age and you can see the dramatic use of contrasting veneers offering a dramatic look. My technician has completed his professional repairs and the radio plays like new. Adding a bright and super sensitive green tuning eye makes the radio all the more interesting. These are fine receivers and will offer you a superior service. My tech added an mini-jack to allow your connection to any modern device. So enjoy the AM/shortwave content or add your own via the auxiliary jack. Bluetooth is available for only $25 additional! 14-1/2"W x 10"H x 9-1/2"D. $695.00. (0961603)

 

Atwater Kent 80 Cathedral (1932)

Atwater Kent 80 Cathedral (1932)

You are looking at a very fine radio from the famed Philadelphia, PA factory. The company was considered the finest maker of the era, who offered technologically advanced products. This particular model is a very early super-het chassis, yet offering automatic volume control which was the latest refinement. You can see the exquisite cabinet and the elaborate zebra wood arch that was unique to the AK brand. I believe the cabinet has been very nicely refinished with the speaker cloth and knobs factory originals. My technician was done a complete restoration including a complete rewire of the chassis. The radio is an AM/broadcast only receiver and it plays extremely well. My tech added a mini-jack to the circuit so you can play your modern device and content on the radio. This radio offers another element as the volume using your input device or Bluetooth add on device will be controlled by you modern device making it a remote volume control. Bluetooth is available for an additional $25! 19-1/2"H x 16"W x 10-1/2"D. $795.00. (0961592)

 

Atwater Kent 82 Cathedral (1933)

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Atwater Kent 82 Cathedral (1933)

This is the most desired of Atwater Kent cathedral radios. This particular radio is a nice example. The fine electronics were the most advanced of the early super-het era, and the factory made some of the finest cabinets as well. Note the fine zebra wood veneers on the radio's arch and hand lathed barley twist columns. This particular radio has a professionally refinished cabinet with minuscule signs of use. The speaker cloth is the factory installed cloth in terrific condition and the knobs are original factory installed. The radio is a classic seven-tube super-het with automatic volume control. My tech has done an outstanding job making the repairs to the radio, and it plays great. Along with his professional repairs, he has added a mini-jack to accommodate an external input device. Note the fine reproduction cloth covered power cord and reproduction Bakelite plug for your safe use. This will allow you an unlimited amount of content and use with your phone, pad or Internet connection. Note the reproduction power cord and Bakelite plug, both reproduction and making the radio a safe set to play. Bluetooth is available for $25! 19"H x 15-1/2"W x 10"D. $1,295.00. (0961636)

 

Atwater Kent 84 Cathedral (1932)

Atwater Kent 84 Cathedral (1932)

This is a very nice example of a desired Atwater Kent cathedral radio. The company had a fine reputation for making the finest radios of this era. These fine electronics were the most advanced of the early super-het era, and the factory made some of the finest cabinets as well. This example has a very nice and accurate refinished cabinet, period correct reproduction speaker cloth and factory knobs. This particular radio has a beautiful book matched veneer front. This radio is remarkable for 88+ years of service. This radio offers Broadcast reception only, as it was created before the shortwave era. There is a tiny hairline crack to the dial which is hard to see and does not affect the performance of this fine receiver. The radio is a classic seven-tube super-het with automatic volume control. My technician has done an outstanding job making the repairs to the radio, and it plays great. He also added a 3.5mm mini-jack to this set, allowing you to connect any modern device to the radio and play an unlimited amount of content of your choice. Bluetooth is available for $25. 19"H x 15-1/2"W x 10"D. $595.00. (0961561)

 

Atwater Kent 206 Tombstone (1934)

Atwater Kent 206 Tombstone (1934)

This model is considered to be a classic! This is another uniquely shaped set, with very detailed ornate carvings. This radio is a particularly nice example with a fine refinished cabinet. The veneer is fine and the finish is like new with few signs of use. The speaker cloth is a pristine factory original and the set retains the factory installed wood knobs. The radio is a six-tube model with broadcast and shortwave capabilities. One interesting feature is the tuning offers dual controls, as the set offers macro tuning and very sophisticated fine tuning. My tech has done a first class repair replacing all of the aged rubber coated wire with brand new and safe wire. This example has the cleanest chassis you will ever see. The tuner has been aligned, and the new power cord and plug ensure your safe operation. My tech has added a mini-jack for your other devices which offer a tremendous number of content options. Bluetooth is available for $25. Impressive at 19-1/2"H x 14"W x 10"D. $895.00. (0961629)

 

Brunswick 12 Tombstone (1932)

Brunswick 12 Tombstone (1932)

The radio is in a unique form with detailed embellishments of scroll columns and rosettes of repwood. The classic design of the grille is also made of repwood and a unique feature. A Brunswick was known to the phonograph world, and made a total of two extraordinary radios; the chassis of this model is equally unique. Note the concentric controls with offer features never duplicated by competing manufactures. The outer control is for the tuning; with the smaller control is the on/off and volume control switch. The radio is a very early super-het, one of the firsts and has a distant/local switch on the side. The radio is a seven tube model. The condition of the cabinet is extremely fine considering the age and fragility of the construction. It is all original along with the speaker cloth and knobs. Every flourish has been added with a fine cloth covered power cord and reproduction plug. Added to the circuits include a mini-jack allowing your connection of any modern type of input device. Use your phone, pad or computer to listen to the content of your choice. Bluetooth is available for $25! 20-3/4"H x 17-1/2"W x 11-1/4"D. $1,295.00. (0961601)

 

Climax "Cunningham" (1936)

Climax "Cunningham" (1936)

Here is a bit of an oddity. The famed Chicago factory created a modest sized table radio with the design associated with a console radio. The radio is a tremendously impressive radio, with a brightly lit "porthole" dial and with all of the decorative elements of an oddly styled console radio in miniature. The radio is a fine five-tube super-het chassis and plays on both AM and shortwave. The radio cabinet has been professionally refinished with period correct replacement speaker cloth. The condition is simply stunning. My tech has professionally repaired the radio to a "like new" condition with all of the 84+year old parts and tubes either replaced of checked for perfection. The radio has been fitted with our mini-jack to allow your connection to the radio of any modern type of device. So enjoy the radio as created or as a fine remote player to the new electronics. Bluetooth is available for only $25 additional! 12"W x 9"H x 6"D. $695.00. (0961602)

 

Climax UE-54 (1936)

Climax UE-54 (1936)

You are looking at the first example of this super scarce radio made in Chicago, Illinois. Climax Radio made some of the edgiest radios ever designed. This model is a more traditionally crafted design. The radio sports an oversized (5-1/2") multi-colored dial. The dial is especially spectacular in a darkened room. The radio is an AM/SW receiver on a six-tube super-het chassis. It is a powerful player through a side mounted speaker. The radio has been refinished by a prior owner, the work is pretty nice. There is one blemish which you can see in my photos, but it is pretty minimal and stable. The radio has been professionally repaired by Les whose 55 years of experience has returned the radio to a "like new" performance. The radio has a mini-jack installed for your choice of any modern device and an unlimited amount of content. Bluetooth is available for $25! 16"W x 10-1/2"H x 8"D. $699.00. (0961381)

 

Crosley 179 "Dual Four" Tombstone (1934)

Crosley 179 "Dual Four" Tombstone (1934)

This is a wildly Deco radio from the earlier 1930's. The radio is highly decorative with a "skyscraper" shape, chevron book match face, silver painted sides and a highly detailed frame around the dial. Sets this Deco seldom are seen, and the seven-tube chassis is a terrific receiver. The cabinet is original, with touch up by my cabinet specialist. The radio offers AM and shortwave. Installed with a mini-jack and the option of a Bluetooth addition for only $25 you have a radio that sounds great and makes a special statement. My technician, with 55 years of experience, has completed his professional repairs and you should enjoy many years of fine service. 17"H x 14"W x 9"D. $795.00. (0961563)

 

Detrola 148EA (1936)

Detrola 148EA (1936)

You are looking at an exotic and scarce model made by Detroit Radio under the trade name Detrola. This particular model has a unique form factor and is a pretty decorative piece. The radio offers an oversized and highly detailed dial with the major clear channels and shortwave capitals clearly marked. The radio does offer both broadcast and shortwave playing in a terrific manner off a six-tube super-het chassis. The condition of this example is tremendous and beautifully refinished. You will never find a better example! My tech has done his professional repairs to the electronics and the radio plays again in the fine fashion as new. With his repairs was his addition of a mini-jack for your connection of any type of modern device or add a Bluetooth receiver to the package for only $25 additional! 14-3/8"W x 11"H x 8"D. $795.00. (0961630)

 

Detrola 149E Tombstone (1938)

Detrola 149E Tombstone (1938)

I love these fantastic radio made by Detroit Radio. The company made similar models for both Sears and Western Auto stores and saved the best for their own label. This terrific set offers a dramatically backlit multi colored dial with detailed station locations. The radio also offers a bright green tuning eye with winks with great sensitivity opening and closing as you fine tune in your station. The radio is an advanced six-tube super-het chassis. The cabinet is tall and slim, with a professional refinished condition along with factory speaker cloth. The knobs, called "acorns," are factory original. My technician has completed his complete repairs and has returned the radio to a "like new" performance. These radios are really fine players! His repairs included a mini-jack to allow your connection of any modern device such as your phone, pad or computer. Add Bluetooth for only $25 additional! 17-1/2"H x 12-1/4"W x 8-3/4"D. $795.00. (0961610)

 

Detrola 7241 (1939)

Detrola 7241 (1939)

Here is a terrific radio. It was made by Detroit Radio. This factory was a very good one and they made radios under the Truetone and Airline labels and their own trade name "Detrola." This radio offers dramatic qualities as it is a fine eight-tube super-het chassis, with a brand new super sensitive green tuning eye. Additionally, it has eight preset buttons with a motor drive allowing the presetting of one's favorite stations. One feature I really appreciate is the tone control and with a full range Rola speaker and full size cabinet, it is a dramatic player. The cabinet is a nicely refinished one, with the factory installed speaker cloth and Bakelite knobs. My tech has given this radio his best professional efforts, completely cleaning the motor drive while fully completely returning the electronics to factory like quality. His work included adding a mini-jack for your connection to any modern device and allowing you to be able to choose any kind of content. Bluetooth is available for $25 additional! 21-1/2"W x 12"H x 9-1/4"D. $995.00. (0961566)

 

Emerson DX-356 w/Ingraham Cabinet (1941)

Emerson DX-356 w/Ingraham Cabinet (1941)

You are looking at a fantastic example from the liaison between Emerson Radio and the reknowned Ingraham Cabinet Company. Emerson was known for reliable radios and Ingraham best known for clock cabinets offered the exquisite combination of exotic veneers and the highest quality craftsmanship. Note the unique form and the big radio cabinet size and sound. The radio is a highly reliable six-tube super-het chassis with a built-in loop antenna. The radio plays on both AM and Shortwave. The condition of the cabinet is excellent and the radio retains all of the factory installed parts and a complete set of decals. The radio has been professionally repaired and it is as good as new. Added to the circuit is a 3.5 mm. mini-jack for your ability to connect the choice of a modern device and use the radio as a speaker system. Bluetooth is available for only $25 additional! 16-3/4"W x 10-1/2"H x 10-1/4"D. $699.00. (0961454)

 

Emerson "Enfant" tombstone (1930)

Emerson "Enfant" tombstone (1930)

This along with a couple of Emerson Ingraham radios is as rare as they come. A towering shoulder tombstone with the incredible repwood face, this six-tube "TRF" is unique. You can see the "thumb wheel dial" with the earliest 0-160 tuning method. The radio is very impressive with a 9-inch speaker and as an earlier type of radio, picks up the strongest and closest stations best. You can see the detail of the molding and is highlight by an accurate replacement speaker cloth. You also can see the dramatic floral Bakelite knobs which are factory originals. In fact all I had to do is clean this radio, replace the speaker cloth and craft a bar to support the massive speaker. My tech has completed his professional repairs and his work included a mini-jack for your connection to any type of modern device. Add a Bluetooth device to allow streaming from any choice of listening pleasure. 18-1/2"H x 14-1/2"W x 10-1/2"D. $1,795.00. (0961598)

 

FADA 43 Cathedral (1930)

FADA 43 Cathedral (1930)

You are looking at a very early and extremely scarce early cathedral radio. The five-tube chassis plays on Broadcast only on an earlier type of circuit call a "TRF." I had my cabinet pro do the refinish and he discovered the inky super dark finish was covering Rosewood. At that point, I gave him artistic license to highlight the stunning wood. He choose a super high gloss lacquer hand rub finish to accentuate the gorgeous wood. Please excuse the photos as with the finish being so glossy, there is a bit of reflection and bounce from the flash. There is a bit of uneven areas due to the usual shrinkage of the wood, which is now 88 years old. Les has completed his professional level repairs and the radio plays very well for the more primitive type of circuit. He also added the mini-jack connector allowing you addition of an input device or Bluetooth for only $25 additional. This is a rare and beautiful radio and highly collectible! 18"H x 15-7/8"W x 10-1/2"D. $1,499.00. (0961467)

 

General Electric K-80 Tombstone (1934)

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General Electric K-80 Tombstone (1934)

You are looking at one of the finest radios ever made. The gigantic eight-tube super-het chassis plays in a terrific way through a huge 10-inch speaker. Designed as a dramatic and imposing traditional design, this radio is a classic. The radio is one of my favorites. The whole radio is in factory original condition! The set retains the knobs and speaker cloth as it left the factory. This example has has a couple of repairs, which I want you to know about. The base trim, on the left front has been pretty well fixed and along the left side. Hard to see, and well done, but never the less, worthy of mention. One tiny repair on the top and the rest is remarkable for a set of this age. My technician has done his professional repairs and...wow! This radio is so sophisticated, it has a tone control for even better listening qualities. He has added a fine reproduction cloth covered power cord and Bakelite plug, exactly as it left the factory. The radio has been fitted with a mini-jack to allow your connection of any modern device. Add a Bluetooth adapter for only $25. 21-3/4"H x 15"W x 12-1/2"D. $995.00. (0961637)

 

Graybar GT-8 Tombstone by RCA (1933)

Graybar GT-8 Tombstone by RCA (1933)

Graybar Electric was one of the premier electronic distributors in the 1930's. They are still in business today, specializing in commercial electronics instead of consumer products. Like so many other businesses, they want a piece of the consumer market and chose the best company of the early era, RCA. In fact this radio is exactly like an RCA model 71 with the only difference is the dial configuration. RCA held all of the early super-het patents and thus offered the finest products. The chassis is a robust eight-tube model offering AM/broadcast. Massively, the speaker is an oversized 11 inches! The cabinet is in factory original finish in exquisite condition. The speaker cloth is original and perfect along with fancy and embossed factory installed knobs. My technician has completed his professional repairs and the powerful high tube count chassis really sings. All the repairs need have returned this set to a like new condition. Note this radio does not have a mini-jack and will not accept a Bluetooth option. A full sized radio with a large speaker offering tremendous levels of enjoyment! 19"H x 14"W x 11"D. $795.00. (0961573)

 

Grunow 750 "the Commander" Tombstone (1934)

Grunow 750 "the Commander" Tombstone (1934)

You are looking at the largest and finest tombstone radio made by this premier company. You can see the extraordinary effort in cabinetry and the styling. Contained inside is a terrific seven-tube super-het chassis playing both AM and Shortwave. The radio has a nearly perfect original finish, with a couple of repairs. The most important one is along the back edge of the top, which is virtually invisible, along with perfect factory speaker cloth and wood knobs. The radio has received the extremely professional repairs done by my technician and it is a tremendous performer. It is clear why this radio was the jewel of the factory. This model offers a rather advanced tone control, making it even better to listen to. This model was intended to be the flagship model made by this fine factory and you can see and hear why. He has added a mini-jack to this set, allowing you to input any modern device. Regardless of the phone, pad, satellite or broadband connection you will really enjoy the fantastic performance. Your choice of content is unlimited! This extraordinary radio is sure to delight! 20-1/4"H x 17"W x 12-3/4"D. $999.00. (0961514)

 

Gulbranson 1A Tombstone (1938)

Gulbranson 1A Tombstone (1938)

You are looking at an extraordinary radio. The radio is of the highest quality electronics made by Wells-Gardner under the Gulbranson Bros label. The radio is housed in a unique cabinet of striped mahogany which was imported from New Zealand from an affiliated company. Clearly the radio is in a unique shape and a relatively large cabinet offering a big sound quality. Wells supplied the chassis which is a super sophisticated eight-tube super-het offering both am and shortwave. The eye tube winks with great sensitivity when you tune from station to station, along with a tone control to better taper the sound to your tastes. The finish is terrific and original along with the factory installed knobs, and the speaker cloth is a period correct reproduction pattern. My technician has completed his professional repairs and the radio is quite impressive. I have never had this model in the years of my restoration efforts and doubt you will see another. A mini-jack has been installed for the direct connection to any modern device offering you unlimited choice of listening pleasure. Bluetooth is available for $25 additional. 21-1/2"H x 16-3/4"W x 12"D. $1,295.00. (0961621)

 

International Kadette 66 (1936)

International Kadette 66 (1936)

Here is a really fine example of a terrific radio from the Ann Arbor, Michigan factory. Known as one of the best of the popular priced makers, they made a ton of models at various price points. This is a compact sized table radio but don't let the size fool you. Contained within is a full featured six-tube super-het offering both AM and shortwave reception. The radio is simply a performer. The cabinet has been professionally refinished and the work is terrific! The speaker cloth and knobs are factory originals. My professional technician has completely renewed the electronics and the radio is as good as or better than new. His complete top to bottom repairs allowed him to add a mini-jack to allow your connection of any type of modern device. You can enjoy the radio and listen to any kind of content of your choice. Bluetooth is available for an additional $25! 13-1/2"W x 9-1/2"H x 6-1/2"D. $295.00. (0961607)

 

International Kadette JS Cathedral (1933)

International Kadette JS Cathedral (1933)

I have been at this for over 40 years, yet I have never seen this radio before! This is a high quality model from the Ann Arbor, Michigan factory. The radio is a stunner, with elaborate veneer braiding on either side of the horseshoe dial and brass tags for brand id and band select. Clearly with all of the detail, this model was an expensive model new. Modestly sized, this is a five-tube and early super-het which plays decently on AM, with short and long wave. With the modest size of the tube count, shortwave will be limited. The radio is in stunning factory original condition with only reproduction speaker cloth which is period correct. My technician has completed his professional repairs and the radio plays as well as when it left the factory. He added a mini-jack for your direct connection of any modern type of device and allowing you an unlimited choice of listening please. Bluetooth is available for an additional $25! 17-1/2"H x 13-1/2"W x 9-1/2"D. $659.00. (0961562)

 

Lafayette M-33 (1933)

Lafayette M-33 (1933)

Lafayette sourced their product lines from the best factories and labeled the items as "house brands." This radio was made for them by American Mohawk which labeled under the Lyric and Wurlitzer for direct marketing efforts. The radio before you is a very early seven-tube super-het with the AM/broadcast band. The cabinet is equally impressive with extensive use of rep-wood embellishments making the shouldered tombstone all the more deluxe. The cabinet has been professionally refinished and the speaker cloth period correct. Note the extremely ornate wood knobs, factory originals and how dramatically they add to the set's beauty! My triple licensed professional technician has given the radio a complete and through repair. The radio sings like new! The tech has added a mini-jack to allow your connection of any modern device and the ability to enjoy any content of your choice. The sound quality from the large 8-inch speaker and resonance of the large cabinet makes the sound all the sweeter. Add a Bluetooth device for only $25 additional. 19-1/4"H x 15-1/4"W x 11"D. $895.00. (0961632)

 

Lyric SA-65 Cathedral (1931)

Lyric SA-65 Cathedral (1931)

The Lyric name might not be familiar but the same factory produced Wurlitzer products. The name of the company was All American Mohawk. Besides being of the highest quality, this particular radio offers a rather unusual look. I would describe it as an arts and crafts type of look. The radio is a cathedral form factor and being early, is an AM only receiver. The chassis is a six-tube super-het and is a fine player. The cabinet is in fine shape with a fly speck on the top of the arch. I sense it has been nicely refinished by the earlier collector with replacement speaker cloth, which is period correct, and wood knobs. My technician has given his 55+ years of expertise to return the electronics to a like new performance. His remarks were how dramatically the radio plays and the sound level is impressive through the 8-inch speaker. He has added a mini-jack for your connection to any modern device, so you can listen to your phone, pad or computer. Add a Bluetooth adapter for only $25 additional. 17-7/8"H x 13"W x 9-1/2"D. $695.00. (0961619)

 

Midwest 37-15 Console (1937)

Midwest 37-15 Console (1937)

Here is a terrific and all original example of the famed Midwest Radio from Cincinnati, Ohio. The radio shows a tad of wear here and there, but the finish is very good, the mother of pearl factory knobs present and pristine factory original speaker cloth. These radios are quite extraordinary, as the chassis employs 15 tubes in push/pull: in other words, she is a beast. My triple FCC licensed tech has given the complex circuitry a complete repair including the dial light circuit so the dial light dims as you approach optimal tuning. The dial is one of the most ornate and detailed dials you will ever see. All has been done to replicate like new condition including a cloth covered power cord. Listening through the preinstalled mini-jack to any content of choice makes this a perfect listening as it contains a full range 12-inch speaker. Bluetooth is available! Shipping with Greyhound would be the most cost effective method. Contact me to get a shipping quote. 41-3/4"H x 22-1/4"W x 14-1/2"D. $1,495.00. (0961635)

 

Philco 38-2670 Tombstone (1938)

Philco 38-2670 Tombstone (1938)

Eleven-tube AM/shortwave antique radio with mini-jack and Bluetooth available! Here is one rare radio from Philco's circa 1938. This set is the largest and most powerful radio ever made by the famed factory. This prestigious radio, the "Baby Grand" cabinet is also one of the largest ever made. The sheer size of the set (21-3/4"H x 16-1/2"W x 16"D) is impressive. As the early 1930s model 116B, this radio is a five-band and eleven-tube model. Philco's engineers married the high tube count of the early 30s model with the far advanced technology of 1938. The performance is breathtaking, with a super sound and the most advanced selectivity. The cabinet and all of the other parts are factory original! This is a remarkable radio and is gigantic in size adding to the dramatic sound characteristics. My technician marveled over the performance of this radio. He has added a mini-jack to allow you to enjoy any content of your choice from any modern device. Add a Bluetooth receiver for only $25! $1,095.00. (0961531)

 

Philco 70 Cathedral (1933)

Philco 70 Cathedral (1933)

Long recognized as the classic cathedral radio, the Philco 70 is a beauty. Designed by the famous Edward Combs, the "70" was the next to the top of the line. This seven-tube powerhouse is a tremendous super-het. The radio had the very latest technology. The condition is pretty good with two minor veneer repairs on the back edges…a common thing, considering it is 80 years old. Overall, this is one of the nicest original condition examples I have had. My tech has done a complete and perfect repair. The radio plays loud and clearly with an excellent level of selectivity. These Philco sets are the best performers. He installed at no charge a mini-jack for your modern device. This will allow you to listen to any content of your choice. There is an unlimited number of free media sources available on the Internet and the sound quality is fantastic. The radio has a fine reproduction replacement cord with a new Bakelite plug for your safe use. Bluetooth is available! 18-1/2"H x 16-1/2"W x 12"D. $695.00. (0961620)

 

Philco 650 Tombstone (1936)

Philco 650 Tombstone (1936)

Here is a terrific radio. Philco made some of the best and this high tube count (eight tubes) was next to one other model, the best they made. Shaped with a tapered "sky scraper" cabinet, these radios were futuristic looking radios. The only larger "skyscraper" is the eleven-tube model 166B. The powerful chassis is a fine super-het offering both AM and shortwave. Everything is factory original with the cabinet showing a modest amount of wear. I decided to simply clean and oil this example as the originality was pretty good. The speaker cloth and knobs are the factory originals. My technician has completed his professional repairs and the performance is outstanding. Added to the circuit is a 3.5 mm mini-jack allowing your attachment of any modern device. This will give you the ability to listen to anything you would choose. Bluetooth is available for an additional $25! 20-1/4"H x 16"W x 12"D. $695.00. (0961551)

 

RCA 5T Tombstone (1936)

RCA 5T Tombstone (1936)

I am extremely fond of most RCA products as they offer very advanced electronics and super reliable service. This radio is a full range broadcast/shortwave radio with terrific performance characteristics. The radio is a five-tube model, super-het chassis which was the best technology of the time. This kind of tube line up offers a tremendous level of reception. The radio offers both am (broadcast) and shortwave. The radio has been beautifully refinished by a prior owner and the work is very excellent. The speaker cloth is reproduction and beautiful, and the knobs both are the factory installed ones from 80 years ago. I noted a faint marking on the dial from age, which after 80+ years is not uncommon. There are no reproductions available. My technician has done a complete repair and the radio plays like new. His professional repairs include a mini-jack to allow you to connect the radio to any modern device. This will allow you to choose your own content using your phone, pad or computer. Bluetooth is available for only $25 additional! 18-1/2"H x 13"W x 9-1/2"D. $495.00. (0961585)

 

RCA 7T Tombstone (1937)

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RCA 7T Tombstone (1937)

I love selling this series of RCA radios! The company owned most of the patents in the 1930's and offered the finest elements of technology available. This particular model is a seven-tube model with sensitivity. The radio is tall and slender. The radio plays on both broadcast and shortwave. Part of the quality features is a tone control allowing a custom pleasing sound setting and dual tuning ability with separate micro/macro tuning. The radio retains a very acceptable original finish, showing a minimal amount of wear for the eight decades of service. The speaker cloth is a perfect original and the knobs are originals; the radio is a tall and narrow cabinet with a full range speaker and a dramatic use of striped mahogany. My tech has completed his professional repairs and the radio plays as new. Everything makes this radio a fine and reliable player. Added to the radio is a mini-jack to allow you to connect the set to any modern type of device. This will allow you to listen to anything you might wish from your phone, pad or computer. Bluetooth is available for an additional $25! 20"H x 15"W x 9"D. $795.00. (0961638)

 

RCA 7T Tombstone (1937)

RCA 7T Tombstone (1937)

I love selling this series of RCA radios! The company owned most of the patents in the 1930's and offered the finest elements of technology available. This particular model is a seven-tube model with sensitivity. The radio is tall and slender. The radio plays on both broadcast and shortwave. Part of the quality features is a tone control allowing a custom pleasing sound setting and dual tuning ability with separate micro/macro tuning. The radio retains a very acceptable original finish, showing a minimal amount of wear for the eight decades of service. The speaker cloth is a perfect original and the knobs are originals the radio is a tall and narrow cabinet with a full range speaker and a dramatic use of striped mahogany. My tech has completed his professional repairs and the radio plays as new. Everything makes this radio a fine and reliable player. Added to the radio is a mini-jack to allow you to connect the set to any modern type of device. This will allow you to listen to anything you might wish from your phone, pad or computer. Bluetooth is available for an additional $25! 20"H x 15"W x 9"D. $795.00. (0961618)

 

RCA T8-14 Tombstone (1937)

RCA T8-14 Tombstone (1937)

I love selling all of these tombstones radios from RCA. They are tremendous performers and offer some of the best reception and selectivity of any radios made in this era. The set before you is a monster with a highly selective eight-tube chassis offering both AM and Shortwave. I might mention, these radios are some of the best shortwave performers you can buy. With the complete controls with a tone control and massively sized cabinet the radio sports a large 8-inch speaker. The cabinet is all original, with a bit of wear; the worst of it is on the upper left side. I thought is to be acceptable and simply cleaned it up. Look at picture #4 and see what you think. All of the parts are original to the radio and in fine condition. Les has done his highly professional repairs and the radio performs in a spectacular fashion. Les added a mini-jack for your modern device input or a Bluetooth receiver for wireless capability. Bluetooth is available for an additional $25. This is an extremely large and heavy radio, so shipping will be a touch higher. 20"H x 14-1/2"W x 13"D. $699.00. (0961352)

 

Silver-Marshall 846 Tombstone (1935)

Silver-Marshall 846 Tombstone (1935)

Silver-Marshall was a terrific Chicago based factory and among collectors prized for the tremendous quality they built. This is exactly one of their best with a fantastic brightly lit multi colored dial nearly 7 inches across. The radio has been refinished by the previous owner and the work is very good. There is one small repair to the back top corner which is difficult to see in my photos. The speaker cloth is period correct reproduction and the factory installed knobs. Contained within is a eight-tube super-het chassis which plays on both AM and shortwave. My tech has completed his highly professional repairs and remarked on how powerful the radio is as a player. A mini-jack has been installed to allow your connection of any modern device. Now listen through your radio from your phone, tablet or computer. Add a Bluetooth device for only $25 additional! $799.00. (0961492)

 

Silvertone 4565 (1938)

Silvertone 4565 (1938)

Sears used the big "Golden Jubilee" dial on several radios in 1936-1938. This large and beautiful table radio is a prime example. Sears used several radio manufacturers for their chassis, this one produced by Stewart-Warner. The 4565 is an eight-tube, three-band (SB, SW, Police) set with the big, Egyptian motif dial and the awesome tuning eye tube! This model was made by a premier model by a top manufacture. The radio has been professionally refinished, with period correct replacement speaker cloth and factory knobs and trim .My technician has given his finest professional efforts to return the radio to perfect factory new condition. His efforts has rewarded us with a spectacular performing radio!, then added a cable to play your external device such as a Bluetooth, iPad or iPhone through the radio. The cabinet has beautiful walnut veneer with a maple inlay. This is a big, sought-after collector's radio! Add Bluetooth for only $25! 21"W x 13"H x 11"D. $995.00. (0961623)

 

Silvertone 4662 w/Ingraham Cabinet (1938)

Silvertone 4662 w/Ingraham Cabinet (1938)

You are looking at a terrific example of a rare radio. This style is one of the most valuable of all of the Ingraham Cabinet radios made by Silvertone. The radio enjoys the unusual form with a curved speaker opening, and with reproduction speaker cloth, and perfect Tenite escutcheon and knobs. The condition is spectacular retaining the foil Ingraham badge on the rear of the cabinet. The radio chassis is a six-tube super-het, playing on both broadcast and shortwave. The bright new green tuning eye is particularly sensitive and active. Note the highly detailed metal dial with dramatic display of domestic clear channel stations and international shortwave locations. The dial lights brightly in a darkened room. My tech has given special attention to this investment grade set, and it performs in a terrific manner. Add to the set is a mini-jack to allow your connection of the radio to any modern device. This allows you to enjoy any content of your choice and add Bluetooth for an additional $25! 15-1/2"H x 12-3/4"W x 10"D. $1,295.00. (0961622)

 

Silvertone 4763 (1936)

Silvertone 4763 (1936)

You are looking at a much desired radio. This mid-sized table radio is a really fine performer. The radio cabinet has been decently refinished and offers a highlighted chevron of inlay veneers. These radios were expensive one to make, and the detailing of the cabinet is wonderful. The Tenite grille escutcheon is in excellent shape as are the factory installed knobs. The speaker cloth is a period correct replacement. Contained is a six-tube super-het chassis that offers both AM and Shortwave. A brand new bright green tuning eye winks as you dial from station to station. Note the ornate gold dial with the clear channel stations displayed by call letters over the fan shaped dial. The radio was professionally repaired by my technician and plays as new. He also added a mini-jack offering the connection of any modern device. Use your phone, pad, and computer for an unlimited choice of content. Bluetooth adapters are available for an additional $25. 15"W x 12"H x 9"D. $799.00. (0961516)

 

Simplex G Tombstone (1937)

Simplex G Tombstone (1937)

Here is an interesting and quality tombstone from this Sandusky, Ohio factory. Known for high quality radios, this company struggled in the highly completive world and was shortly after sold to Philco. Philco promptly shuttered the factory, getting a good competitor out of the market. The radio is a dramatic player with a sophisticated seven-tube super-het chassis with a brand new tuning eye. Note the brightly lit and multicolored fan shaped dial. This radio is both an AM and Shortwave receiver as one would expect from such a good maker. The cabinet has been nicely refinished and the speaker cloth a period correct reproduction. The brand new tuning eye dances with the elevated level of sensitivity. Les has completed his professional repairs and the radio is a terrific player. He installed a mini-jack to allow your connection of modern input or add Bluetooth for only $25 additional. 16-1/4"H x 12-1/2"W x 8"D. $599.00. (0961469)

 

Simplex NT-10 Deluxe Tombstone (1937)

Simplex NT-10 Deluxe Tombstone (1937)

This is a terrific radio. Simplex Radios were made in Sandusky, Ohio. Being a smaller and higher quality factory, they were challenged with limited distribution and the later stages of the Depression. They were bought by Philco Radio. Interestingly, Philco shuttered the factory, satisfied they had removed a meaningful competitor. The radio is a ten-tube super-het that offers both AM and Shortwave playing through an 8-inch speaker. The radio sports a terrific fan shaped multi-colored dial and a brand new green tuning eye that winks with great sensitivity as you tune from station to station. This was a extremely high end unit for the era. The cabinet has been nicely refinished with the accurate reproduction speaker cloth and knobs. My tech has done his highly professional repairs and the radio plays as if it was new. He added a mini-jack, so you can connect any modern electronic device to it, like your phone, pad or computer. Offering any content of your choice is a tremendous benefit and Bluetooth is available for $25 additional. 18-1/4"H x 14-3/8"W x 11"D. $895.00. (0961544)

 

Sparton 528 Tombstone (1938)

Sparton 528 Tombstone (1938)

You are looking at a terrific radio. The cabinet in original finish is an unusual form with dramatic use of veneers. The radio makes a dramatic look, accented with glossy black strips over the grille. The original finish is very good for the 82+ years, with replacement speaker cloth and unique embossed factory Bakelite knobs. The radio is a fantastic receiver offering both AM and shortwave. The sophisticated six-tube super-het chassis with a brand new bright green tuning eye is sure to please. The radio offers a large full range speaker for a "big room" sound quality. The radio offers a full range tone control to allow a best setting for your listening tastes. My technician has done a complete repair returning the radio to a factory like new condition. The reception is terrific and the large and contoured cabinet adds to the resonance. The tuning eye, winks with a great level of sensitivity offering optimal tuning. The mini-jack is added to the circuit allowing your connection to any modern device. Now you can enjoy any kind of content from you input device! Bluetooth is available for only $25 additional! 21-1/4"H x 16-1/2"W x 13"D. $895.00. (0961569)

 

Sparton 537 (1937)

Sparton 537 (1937)

Here is an interesting tombstone styled in a modernistic design profile. The radio is a terrific player which offers both AM and Shortwave from a five-tube super-het chassis. The radio was refinished by a previous owner in red mahogany and is very rich in color over the striped veneer. I thought the work good and the color cast more towards rosewood. The chassis has been professionally repaired and it plays great! Note how the speaker vents through the top of the radio which offers a 360 degree sound dispersal. The radio offers a big room size sound. Les added a mini-jack so you can input any modern device. Choose your own content and enjoy anything you choose. Bluetooth is available for an additional $25! 14-3/4"H x 14-1/2"W x 10"D. $599.00. (0961463)

 

Stewart-Warner 91-51 "Spade" w/Ingraham Cabinet (1940)

Stewart-Warner 91-51 "Spade" w/Ingraham Cabinet (1940)

Clearly, this is one of the most unique antique radios, with a one of a kind form factory this AM (broadcast band) tube radio is special. The slant front made the front photo a bit difficult but the radio is a stunning example. The cabinet has been professionally refinished with a dramatic result. Crafted by the famed Ingraham Cabinet Company, this set is only the third example I have been able to secure in the fifteen years of determined radio restorations, should indicate how cherished these radios are. The chassis is a sophisticated "All American five" super-het which has been restored by my highly trained and licensed technician. This radio also features four push buttons allow you to preset your favorite radio stations. His work is spectacular and the radio has been completed by adding a mini-jack to allow the connection to any modern device. You can enjoy the radio as designed or use it as a player for any connected modern devise. Bluetooth is available for only $25 additional! $1,295.00. (0961628)

 

Stromberg-Carlson 61U (1935)

Stromberg-Carlson 61U (1935)

Here is a stunning radio from Stromberg-Carlson. The company was for over two centuries the maker of the finest scientific and telephone equipment, and moved into radio with the consumer demand. They were an engineer-based company and perfection was the goal. This radio is a great example offering both AM and Shortwave from a seven-tube super-het chassis. The cabinet is made from the finest American walnut in an "industrial age" style. The condition is very good with a high gloss refinished cabinet. The speaker cloth is also reproduction and the match to original. The knobs are factory originals. My tech has completed his professional repairs and returned this fine radio to a factory new playing condition. The radio is the second to the largest S-C tombstone model and a joy to listen to. These radios are of the highest quality. My tech has added a mini-jack to allow your connection of any modern device. Enjoy the radio as a radio or as a player of any content of your choice. Bluetooth is available for $25! 19"H x 15"W x 11"D. $795.00. (0961571)

 

Stromberg-Carlson 1110H (1947)

Stromberg-Carlson 1110H (1947)

Here is a stunning radio from Stromberg-Carlson. The company was for over two centuries the maker of the finest scientific and telephone equipment and moved into radio with the consumer demand. They were an engineer's based company and perfection was the goal. This radio is a great example offering both AM and Shortwave from a six-tube super-het chassis. Everything is factory original with complete decals and clear dial. The cabinet is made from the finest American walnut in an "industrial age" style. The condition is very good showing just the slightest amount of wear for the decades of use. My tech has completed his professional repairs and returned this fine radio to a factory new playing condition. The six ivory colored presets wait for your favorite stations. He has added a mini-jack to allow your connection of any modern device. Enjoy the radio as a radio or as a player of any content of your choice. Bluetooth is available for $25! 15-3/4"W x 9-1/4"H x 10"D. $495.00. (0961586)

 

Trav-Ler 701 (1935) Tombstone

Trav-Ler 701 (1935) Tombstone

Here is a wonderful and scarce model. The radio is a six-tube super-het chassis and offers both broadcast/AM and shortwave. This radio is housed in an all original factory cabinet with a terrific finish. Plus factory installed speaker cloth and fancy wood knobs. The cabinet is out of mahogany and quite nice. They intended this radio to be a superb player with a dramatically over-sized 6-1/2" back lit dial which offers a dramatic six color effect. They added a full range tone control, which makes it a joy to listen to, especially when you use the mini-jack or Bluetooth. My tech has completed his professional repairs and the radio is like new inside and out. He has added a mini-jack to allow your connection of any modern device allowing you an unlimited choice of content. Add a Bluetooth device for only $25 additional. 17-1/4"H x 13-1/2"W x 9-1/2"D. $795.00. (0961587)

 

Triangle Industries 8U-127 Tombstone (1939)

Triangle Industries 8U-127 Tombstone (1939)

You are looking at a very scarce and fantastic radio. The radio is actually a Wells-Gardner marketed under the Triangle label. The company made few under their own label but served the best of the major retailers with house brand labels. This radio offers AM and Shortwave with a deluxe eight-tube chassis and a super sensitive tuning eye. The cabinet is unusually large to house a full range 8-inch speaker. The radio from an electronic standpoint is superb. The cabinet is dramatic in scale to accommodate the high tube count along with an elaborate chevron veneer pattern on the waterfall and top. All is factory original and in amazing condition for the age. Note the unique wood knobs. My technician has completed his repairs and reports the radio is like new. His work and experience is so exceptional so when he remarks on the performance you can bet it is special. The radio has a mini-jack installed allowing you connection of any modern type of device. Bluetooth is available for an additional $25! 22-1/2"H x 16-1/2"W x 11-1/2"D. $799.00. (0961511)

 

Truetone D-1006 (1937)

Truetone D-1006 (1937)

You are looking at a scarce model from the fine maker Detrola. Know for the outstanding and unusual cabinets, displaying fine craftsmanship and electronics to match. This is both a broadcast and shortwave receiver with an added bonus of tone control to shape the sound quality of the large 8-inch speaker. The super-het chassis is powered by a seven-tube layout for optimal performance. A standout feature of this model is the oversized, brightly lit dial. You will see the domestic clear channel stations of this era identified along with the premier shortwave stations. Note the finely crafted cabinet which I had professionally refinished along with period correct speaker cloth. The Bakelite knobs are factory originals and the radio is about as clean as they come. My tech has given the electronic a though repair and the radio is a particularly fine player. He has added a mini-jack to allow the connection of any modern device, so you can use the radio as designed or for your phone, pad or computer. Bluetooth is available for an additional $25! 20-1/4"W x 11-1/2"H x 9-1/2"D. $695.00. (0961627)

 

Western Air Patrol 136T (1935)

Western Air Patrol 136T (1935)

Here is a highly unusual and scarce mantle style radio. The radio was made by Gamble-Skogmo in Los Angeles for Western Auto Stores. In the 1930's, often radios were offered for sale to customers while they waited for repairs to be made to their automobiles. Rather a captured audience and rather common done by others like General Motors. This radio is a sophisticated six-tube super-het offering four bands and a superior level of electronics. Of course most bands today are vacant, but as a broadcast receiver, it is a fine player. The cabinet is in remarkable condition for the 82+ years of service. Note the fine detailing of veneer work with book matched areas on the top. The radio has been completely serviced by my tech to perform as new. With his repairs, a mini-jack has been installed allowing your connection of any modern device. You now can choose whatever you wish to listen to using your vintage radio. Add a Bluetooth receiver add-on for only $25! 14-1/2"W x 9-1/4"H x 8"D. $499.00. (0961450)

 

Wilcox-Gay A-33 (1937)

Wilcox-Gay A-33 (1937)

Here is an interesting radio! Wilcox-Gay was a factory based in Charlotte, Michigan and made some very high quality and unusually styled radios. The radio sports what became the rage in the 1937-8 period with a rotary telephone type of dial selector which allows you to preset and "dial" your favorite station. The radio is a six tube model offering both am and shortwave abilities. The cabinet is in original condition with a modest amount of wear but acceptable for an 82 year old. I believe the speaker cloth has been replaced and the knobs as well. Overall it is a desirable radio to own. My tech has completed his highly professional repairs and the set is a fine performer. His work included adding a mini-jack to allow your connection of any modern device, and Bluetooth is available for only $25 additional. 17"W x 10"H x 7"D. $695.00. (0961626)

 

Zenith 4-B-317 "World's Fair" (1939)

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Zenith 4-B-317 "World's Fair" (1939)

Introduced in June of 1938, it was called the "World's Fair" model, in anticipation of its appearance at the 1939 New York World's Fair, which opened in April of 1939. The 4-B-317 features Zenith's "Transcontinental Automatic Tip Touch tuning," an innovation new for the 1939 model year that was offered on sets. The 4-B-317 is tuned using either the regular rotary tuning knob (lower right), active when the lowest push-button, labeled "dial," is pressed, or by pushing one of the five "automatic tuning" buttons, preset to a favorite station. My tech has completed updates to the electronics and the radio is a fantastic player. All of the functions work perfectly. The cabinet has been professionally refinished and the balance of the set factory original. There is a bit of wear to the wooden gold rods and the glass rods are perfect. This is an unusually nice restored example! A mini-jack has been installed to allow your connection to any modern device. Bluetooth is available for an additional $25! 14"W x 8-1/2"H x 8"D. $795.00. (0961633)

 

Zenith 5-R-327 (1939)

Zenith 5-R-327 (1939)

Here is a mid-sized and rather unusually designed Zenith tombstone radio. The cabinet design is unusual with the horizontal maple banding on a walnut cabinet. The effect is quite striking. The radio is a five-tube super-het chassis and the radio plays on both am and shortwave. The radio features five presets for your adaptation, to simply program your favorites with a one button push. This model came from central Ohio, as it retains the 80 year old station identifiers. The radio cabinet has been professionally refinished and is beautiful. The speaker cloth and knobs are factory originals. My tech has completed his professional repairs and the set is a player. His work included a mini-jack to allow your connection of any type of modern device. The radio can have the added on Bluetooth device for only $25 additional! 16"H x 11"W x 8-3/4"D. $695.00. (0961590)

 

Zenith 5-S-218 "Cube" (1938)

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Zenith 5-S-218 "Cube" (1938)

This is a modestly sized famous Zenith Radio black dial. Within, the modest size and price, lays a terrific five-tube, "All American Five" super-het chassis. These highly reliable radios offered fine service and excellent sound quality from a 6-inch speaker. These models play on both AM and Shortwave. The radio was refinished by a previous collector and the work is accurate and excellent with a high luster. The photos show the expertise and the radio retains all other factory installed parts including the wood knobs with the iconic "Z" logo. My triple licensed tech has given the radio a terrific update in his professional repairs and the set is a "hot" receiver. He added a mini-jack for our connection to any modern device or Bluetooth receiver. There is an unlimited amount of free content along with the original bands through these connections. Bluetooth is available for $25 additional! 12"W x 10-1/2"H x 10-1/2"D. $695.00. (0961634)

 

Zenith 10-S-130 Tombstone (1937)

Zenith 10-S-130 Tombstone (1937)

This large and commanding tombstone radio was Zenith's top-of-the-line table model for 1937. This is a rare radio and one fine playing set. The finish is original with a few areas of wear for the nearly 90 years of use. The one repair I think you need to study is a tiny repair to the lowest right corner on the back. See photo #3. My choice was to leave the radio original or refinish; I thought retaining the originality was more important. The speaker cloth is an accurate reproduction and the iconic "Z" knobs are original to the set. The ten-tube super-het chassis plays on both AM and Shortwave. The speaker is a tremendous 8-inch full range Zenith and original. My professional tech has given his highly professional efforts in the repairs and the radio plays in an extremely fine manner. I noted the bullet tuning mechanism shows more activity than most of these sets. He also added a mini-jack to the circuit allowing your input any modern device. Using your phone, pad or computer you can enjoy an unlimited amount of content. These are highly collectible and rare. Bluetooth is available! 23"H x 17-1/2"W x 13-1/2"D. $2,495.00. (0961614)

 

Zenith 715 Tombstone (1934)

Zenith 715 Tombstone (1934)

Here is one of the most decorative and beautifully crafted radios from Zenith Radio. The radio is a eight-tube super-het chassis and plays on AM only. The highly crafted cabinet with a delicate cut out grille is an interesting mix of American walnut with the arch of Birdseye maple. I always admire the large lit thumb wheel dial with the ornate bronze escutcheon. The condition is very fine with a beautifully refinished cabinet and reproduction and reproduction speaker cloth. The knobs are intricately carved floral wood knobs and are factory originals. The eight-tube chassis has been repaired in my tech's professional manner and the radio is a dramatic receiver. Note the large eight-inch speaker which offers a large room level of sound. This radio has been retrofitted with a 3.5 mm mini-jack for your input device of any modern type, or Add Bluetooth for an additional $25. This is a scarce model, and seldom offered. 17-1/2"H x 15-1/4"W x 10-1/2"D. $995.00. (0961625)

 

Zenith 807 Tombstone (1935)

Zenith 807 Tombstone (1935)

Here is another high quality set from Zenith Radio. This particular model is a five-tube version offering both broadcast and shortwave capability. The radio is in original condition with only a minimal amount of wear for the 85+ years of service. The speaker cloth is an accurate reproduction as are the knobs. You can see the dramatic craftsmanship used to add an extremely fine decorative look. The radio has been completely serviced by my highly trained and experienced technician and the radio plays like it did when it left the factory. Using an early tube layout later called an "All American Five," the clarity of reception and reliability is assured. His work included installing a modern mini-jack for your direct connection to any modern device. Now you can enjoy any kind of content in addition to the two bands and listen to anything you might wish. Bluetooth is available for only $25 additional! 17"H x 11-3/4"W x 9"D. $695.00. (0961631)
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