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

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Victor R34 (1930)

Victor R34 (1930)

BC. This is the rather obscure version of the updated Neutrodyne for 1930, a truly innovative design that has never before offered on Radio Attic. Massive two-chassis set with fantastic backlit slide dial, tone control and push-pull 45 output into a pristine speaker. The cabinet is extremely well made with fantastic woods and original grille cloth and wooden knobs. Fully restored and warranted with an auxiliary input installed. 41-1/2"H x 25-1/2"W x 15"D. $650.00. (0100192)

 


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Majestic 70B (1929)

Majestic 70B (1929)

BC. I purchased this set in the late 1980s and restored it in 1992. It's a fantastic example of a fine receiver that features an extraordinary highboy cabinet with many exotic veneers and inlays. In the past 25 years I haven't seen another! The chassis is an excellent performing TRF design with push-pull 71A output and separate power pack. I have taken and gone thru the chassis again this year, aligning it and updating it to current restoration specs. It's time for this magnificent piece to go onto its next caretaker. 53"H x 27-1/2"W x 18"D. $575.00. (0100191)

 

Stromberg-Carlson 230H (1937)

Stromberg-Carlson 230H (1937)

BC+2SW. This beautiful and rather obscure set features burled walnut on a sizable solid Wood toned cabinet with a waterfall front and original grille cloth. Seven-tube chassis has coarse and fine tuning, tone control and a brand new tuning eye. An excellent performer, like most Stromberg-Carlsons, and tuning to 18Mhz on SW. Full restoration on both cabinet and chassis has it looking Like brand new with a warranty. Auxiliary input included. 24-1/2"W x 13-1/2"H x 11"D. $650.00. (0100190)

 

Midwest SS-18 (1938)

Midwest SS-18 (1938)

(BC+ 5SW). This is one of the infamous Midwest white dialers, originally selling for $85 and never before offered on the Radio Attic. Massive 18-tube chassis with touch button motorized tuning, AFC which turns the dial pointer red when tuned into a station, 12-inch woofer and 6-inch tweeter driven by a quad 6V6 output. Produces incredibly powerful and clear sound! There is also a tone and AFC switch and when Short wave bands are selected the dial turns a stunning deep red in color backlighting the SW portion of the dial. Nine pre-sets can be set and used with the pushbuttons on the top of the set for automatic motorized tuning. This set is a true High-performance Gem! The cabinet features fantastic veneers with a correct restoration, original knobs and replacement grille cloth. Fully restored with a warrantee; don't miss this chance to own one these! 42"H x 23"W x 14"D. $2,450.00. (0100189)

 

Zenith 10-S-153 (1937)

Zenith 10-S-153 (1937)

BC+2SW. There are a lot of six-, seven-, and eight-tube Zeniths for sale but this is a fantastic ten-tube model that was exceptionally well endowed with burled walnut! Vibrant console cabinet restored with all the correct toning and features the correct new grille cloth and knobs that surround a fantastic multi colored backlit dial that is the defining feature of a Black Dial Zenith. The massive ten-tube chassis has a tone control, sensitivity switch, target tuning (properly working) and very powerful 6L6 push-pull output. You won't find many of these ten-tubers available so grab this one while you can! Fully restored and warranted with auxiliary input installed. 41"H x 26"W x 14"D. $1,050.00. (0100188)

 

Philco 66 (1934)

Philco 66 (1934)

BC+1SW. This is the early version of the 66 with the spectacular Deco cabinet correctly restored with all the proper toning lacquers and brand new grille cloth! Behind this beautiful cabinet is a five-tube chassis that receives broadcast and SW up to 16Mhz remarkably well for a five-tuber! Fully restored and warranted. The chassis also has an auxiliary input installed. 16-1/2"H x 12-1/2"W x 8-1/2"D. $250.00. (0100187)

 

Crosley 167 (1934)

Crosley 167 (1934)

(BC+1SW) This stunning little machine age designed set has a nice patterned veneer cabinet with the correct toning and original grille cloth and knobs. The five-tube "Dual Fiver" superhet chassis plays well making for a nice addition to any collection. Fully restored and warrantied, 14"H x 12"W x 8"D. $225.00. (0100185)

 

Philco 38-116 (1938)

Philco 38-116 (1938)

This massive five-band receiver was Philco's second-of-the-line for 1938! With coverage to 18Mhz on SW the chassis has 15 tubes with a power output of 15 window rattling watts from the Push-Pull 6L6’s! This set has the automatic tuning mechanism which has a tuning knob on the edge of the dial, to tune a station, you simply use the knob and turn the dial around until it stops. The dial stops because there are up to fifteen selector stops on the mechanism. It also features Magnetic Tuning which pulls in stations to center tune them quickly. Aside from the massive Woofer there are three acoustic clarifiers, which are called passive radiators in today's terms. Tone controls are featured for both Bass and Treble. The cabinet is one of the Philco slant front "No stooping, squatting or squinting" designs and has quite the array of patterned exotic veneers on it with the original knobs and grille cloth. This set has been in my collection since 2004 and was a massive restoration of both chassis and cabinet, something few restoration experts will undertake for the value of the set making this one an outstanding value at just $650 fully restored and warranted! 43-1/2"H x 27-1/2"W x 19"D. $650.00. (0100184)

 

Zenith 12-S-568 (1941)

Zenith 12-S-568 (1941)

BC+2SW. This is one of the infamous Tri-color shutterdials that has a Black, Gold and Blue shutter dial section for each of the bands. One of the last shutterdials, it benefits from the most advanced design and performance and has fantastic sound with the last generation using the 6AC5 push-pull output tubes and the proprietary "Radiorgan" tone control module with 64 unique tone combinations. A family-owned set before I got it, the restoration was able to preserve the original cabinet photofinish and bring back the look as it was brand new! Complete with the original directional internal speaker it's a fully restored and warranted plug-it-in and you go! 41"H x 27"W x 14"D. $1,050.00. (0100183)

 

Zenith 11E (1928)

Zenith 11E (1928)

BC. This stunning very early Zenith is basically a battery model with an external power supply added and AC tube lineup. It's quite sensitive for such an early TRF, performs well, and even has a lighted dial. The cabinet has a beautiful burled walnut veneer that has incredible depth and color. You wont find many of these, its quite heavy and the first time you lift it from the top that's the end of the cabinet, and with all the rubber wiring and potted capacitors in the power supply it takes a great deal of work and a degree of insanity to follow thru to the end for a working radio. The radio includes a fully and properly restored Ansonia 911 speaker ready to play! First offering on Radio Attic, Fully restored and working. 25"W x 10-1/2"H x 13-1/2"D. $400.00. (0100180)

 

Crosley 124 "Playtime" (1931)

Crosley 124 "Playtime" (1931)

BC. This is the only known variant of the Playtime clock radio that has an original windup clock! One winding gives up to twelve days of operation of a gorgeous clock in a beautiful cabinet retaining all the correct toning and highlights with the restoration, original grille cloth and perfect original clock face surrounded by stunning burled walnut. The radio plays very nicely and has an auxiliary input installed. Grandfather clock radio sales are few and far between and this is the first Playtime offered on the Radio Attic. Fully restored and warranted. 66-1/2"H x 24"W x 10-1/2"D. $650.00. (0100179)

 

Sonora 70S (1931)

Sonora 70S (1931)

BC. This set is one rare bird of which I cannot find any others of, the chassis is same as the 71 but I cant find any info on that either. The extremely well built cabinet is stunning with a plethora of exotic veneers with all the trim and base toned as original. The big ten-tube chassis is a very strong performer with AVC and a working tuning meter mounted above the dial. Original grille cloth and knobs, fully restored and warranted. 43"H x 24"W x 15"D. $750.00. (0100178)

 

Crosley 168 (1933)

Crosley 168 (1933)

BC+1SW. This set sat somewhere in a paint shop and was a slate grey with overspray totally obscuring the beautiful inlayed veneer cabinet with a vivid Zebrawood arch. Chassis is a very good performer with excellent audio and a tone control, and the original knobs and grille cloth cap off the original look of the set. Auxiliary input installed, fully restored and warranted. 16"H x 13-1/2"W x 8-1/2"D. $425.00. (0100177)

 

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. $525.00. (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. $650.00. (0100169)

 

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. $650.00. (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. $575.00. (0100166)
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