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Silvertone 4565 (1936-37)


Silvertone 4565 (1936-37)

THIS RADIO HAS BEEN SOLD!
This is a "stunning" eight-tube, three band radio with a "magic eye" tuning tube and large gold dial, guaranteed to draw attention. It was made for Sears, Roebuck & Co., by Colonial Radio of Buffalo, NY and sold under the Sears brand name of "Silvertone" as part of the "Sears Golden Jubilee" which offered a series of Silvertone radios with different sized gold dials and styles. The largest and most impressive Silvertone gold dial of this series measured six inches in diameter and was used in the higher tube count 1937 Silvertone models, including this one. It covers the AM broadcast band (545-1720 KC) and short-wave to 18 MC. The electronics are restored and original except for some tubes and the replaced capacitors and resistors under the chassis; everything works as it should. The cabinet was refinished in a honey gold, is very smooth and displays well. The tuning "eye" is bright and working properly; the original "Tenite" knobs are in excellent condition (they are often warped). Chassis is very clean with a phono input added (iPod® input cable can be added for $75). 30 day warranty applies. 21"W x 17"H x 11"D, weighs 32 pounds.
Silvertone 4565 (1936-37)
THIS RADIO HAS BEEN SOLD!
This is a "stunning" eight-tube, three band radio with a "magic eye" tuning tube and large gold dial, guaranteed to draw attention. It was made for Sears, Roebuck & Co., by Colonial Radio of Buffalo, NY and sold under the Sears brand name of "Silvertone" as part of the "Sears Golden Jubilee" which offered a series of Silvertone radios with different sized gold dials and styles. The largest and most impressive Silvertone gold dial of this series measured six inches in diameter and was used in the higher tube count 1937 Silvertone models, including this one. It covers the AM broadcast band (545-1720 KC) and short-wave to 18 MC. The electronics are restored and original except for some tubes and the replaced capacitors and resistors under the chassis; everything works as it should. The cabinet was refinished in a honey gold, is very smooth and displays well. The tuning "eye" is bright and working properly; the original "Tenite" knobs are in excellent condition (they are often warped). Chassis is very clean with a phono input added (iPod® input cable can be added for $75). 30 day warranty applies. 21"W x 17"H x 11"D, weighs 32 pounds.
Sold by Phil Bartells on December 3, 2012
Listed price on date of sale - $699.00
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