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Radiorest Antique Radio Restoration
1925-1960, Authentic Restoration of Cabinetry and Electronics
 

All radios restored and working!
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Zenith 7-S-53 (1936)

Zenith 7-S-53 (1936)

BC+2SW. This is a rather rare little Zenith which I rescued from a horrible coat of urethane painted onto The cabinet that today's strippers wouldn't even touch! Now free of that, you can see the beautiful walnut veneers with highlights Of other species all surrounding the iconic black dial backlit with multi-colored bands. This set has a new correct grille cloth in it and its original wooden knobs. Chassis is a seven-tube completely restored with a brand-new power transformer that performs with excellent sensitivity and selectivity. An auxiliary input installed making for a fantastic addition to any collection. Fully restored and warranted. 40"H x 24"W x 14"D. $1,395.00. (0100172)

 

Majestic 93 (1930)

Majestic 93 (1930)

Majestic 93 (1930) BC. This spectacular set is featured on the cover of Alan Douglas' book "Radio manufacturers of the 1920's" with its stunningly massive cabinet draped with ornate burled walnut veneers! $167 when new, the chassis is an eight-tube TRF 90B and one of the first of the AC console sets, has a distance/local antenna feature and works incredibly well for such an early design. The original knobs are still with it and the grille cloth is an exact replica of the original. The original back is also still with the set. This set has an auxiliary input installed, however this does not use the sets volume control. Fully restored and warranted. 44-1/2"H x 28"W x 17"D. $575.00. (0100170)

 

Stromberg-Carlson 130R (1936)

Stromberg-Carlson 130R (1936)

BC+2SW. This is one of the most stunning machine-age Stromberg-Carlson designs out there! The fantastic eight-tube chassis is an excellent performer that tunes to 18MHZ with a beautiful back lit painted tri-color glass dial, coarse and fine tuning and a brand-new eye tube. The cabinet is African Mahogany and Rosewood arranged in an opposing grain with trim highlights with original wooden knobs, just stunning! Fully restored and warranted. 21-1/4"W x 12-3/4"H x 11"D. $825.00. (0100169)

 

Grunow 660 (1934)

Grunow 660 (1934)

BC+1SW. This fantastic Art Deco designed set features a beautiful backlit dial, ornate grille with original grille cloth, fluted columns and original wooden knobs. The six-tube chassis is a great performer with tuning to 16MHZ with the SW band and a tone control. Hard to beat this less common little Grunow tombstone for what it offers. Fully restored and warranted. 18"H x 14-1/2"W x 9"D. $425.00. (0100168)

 

RCA 128 (1934)

RCA 128 (1934)

This shouldered cathedral is one of the most popular RCA designs of all time! Stunning dial and cabinet with book matched Walnut veneer, original knobs and brand new perfect reproduction grille cloth! The chassis is fantastic performer and the introduction of RCA's magic brain design. It tunes to 18MHZ, three bands and great SW reception. The Chassis also features dual ratio vernier tuning ratios, a tone control, automatic volume control and 3.5W output. A really fantastic radio for 1934! Fully restored and warranted. 20"H x 17"W x 14"D. $875.00. (0100167)

 

Philco 70 (1931)

Philco 70 (1931)

1931 Philco 70, BC. This is fantastic example of the seven-tube Edward Combs design and a survivor set. The cabinet is in its original finish with original knobs and correct new grille cloth. Ive done a bit of touching up but needed very little, couple scratches on top but otherwise fantastic shape. Chassis has been completely restored as I usually do with re-stuffing of the Bakelite blocks and it works very well. This appeared to be a set that was used quite a bit up until about WW2, had its tubes replaced but nothing else and has been sitting the past 75 years or so with all of its original parts intact when I found it. Chassis is warranted, 18"H x 16"W x 11"D. $650.00. (0100166)
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