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Old-Lager Keg Radio (1933)
(x tube novelty radio)

Old-Lager Keg Radio (1933)


Many collectors consider these 71 year-old sets the most rare of the novelty tube radios. It uses an early four-tube TRF chassis, not exactly known for its performance. However this example has been meticulously restored and plays amazingly well, receiving our entire local broadcast band! These sets are usually found not working at all and in very rough shape, if you can even find one. The "cabinet" is constructed from ?" thick solid oak staves just like a real barrel. Original cork stopper is removed to reduce heat while operating the unit. This little gem is approx. 10"L x 8"H x 7"W.
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