Buzz Stone's Attic
"Selling radios at the Radio Attic since March 2000"

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Ozarka Senior S-1 (1924)
Ozarka Senior S-1 (1924)
NEW!This a rare Ozarka Senior S-1 (1924). Ozarka radios are rarely seen and are highly collectable. They represent a neat part of radio history. Here's how Ozarka got started. J.Matheson Bell, Vice President of Montgomery Ward, left in 1922 to form Ozarka. He contracted Tri-City Radio Company to manufacture his sets and quickly set up a network of door-to-door salesman. It was a great opportunity for individuals to own their own business. Not something that was commonly found in the early 1920's. Bell published a weekly newsletter to motivate his sales team and to let them know about new products coming. He also suggested "new" sales techniques to sell more radios. The S-1 was one of their top-of-the-line radios offered by Ozarka. One of great features is the "pop-up" battery storage under the set. This radio sold for $125.00 in 1924 which would cost approximately $1,700 today. It's in very nice original condition. I received it without the tubes, it is complete and original otherwise. Don't miss the opportunity to own this piece of radio history. 22"W x 14"H x 12"D.  $295.00. (0150282)
Ozarka Senior S-1 (1924)
NEW!This a rare Ozarka Senior S-1 (1924). Ozarka radios are rarely seen and are highly collectable. They represent a neat part of radio history. Here's how Ozarka got started. J.Matheson Bell, Vice President of Montgomery Ward, left in 1922 to form Ozarka. He contracted Tri-City Radio Company to manufacture his sets and quickly set up a network of door-to-door salesman. It was a great opportunity for individuals to own their own business. Not something that was commonly found in the early 1920's. Bell published a weekly newsletter to motivate his sales team and to let them know about new products coming. He also suggested "new" sales techniques to sell more radios. The S-1 was one of their top-of-the-line radios offered by Ozarka. One of great features is the "pop-up" battery storage under the set. This radio sold for $125.00 in 1924 which would cost approximately $1,700 today. It's in very nice original condition. I received it without the tubes, it is complete and original otherwise. Don't miss the opportunity to own this piece of radio history. 22"W x 14"H x 12"D.  $295.00. (0150282)
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