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Silvertone 3351 (1940)


Silvertone 3351 (1940)

THIS RADIO HAS BEEN SOLD!
Dubbed "The Commentator" by Sears and Roebuck. Called the "Candy Cane" by collectors because of the shape of the dial. This unpainted Bakelite cabinet is flawless. It shows beautiful natural marbling. Original knobs, push buttons and dial. Only thing that is repro is the little red pointer. It is a "bottom loader," meaning it looks good on all sides (the grille cloth is supposed to be separated in the very back at the top for ventilation. It has the original sticker on the bottom as well. This set is completely restored and my guarantee applies. Please click above where it says "click here" for more details about my restoration process. Weight: 8 pounds.
Silvertone 3351 (1940)
THIS RADIO HAS BEEN SOLD!
Dubbed "The Commentator" by Sears and Roebuck. Called the "Candy Cane" by collectors because of the shape of the dial. This unpainted Bakelite cabinet is flawless. It shows beautiful natural marbling. Original knobs, push buttons and dial. Only thing that is repro is the little red pointer. It is a "bottom loader," meaning it looks good on all sides (the grille cloth is supposed to be separated in the very back at the top for ventilation. It has the original sticker on the bottom as well. This set is completely restored and my guarantee applies. Please click above where it says "click here" for more details about my restoration process. Weight: 8 pounds.
Sold by Bob Atchison on April 25, 2008
Listed price on date of sale - $96.00
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