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Stromberg-Carlson 225-H (1937)

Stromberg-Carlson 225-H (1937)
This marvelous Art Deco styled set was made by Stromberg Carlson in Rochester, NY. It features a beautiful Brazilian Rosewood cabinet with maple inlays, sided by oak and walnut. A tulip motif of the ebony grille and the trademarked perfect octagonal dial make this iconic radio stand out! The dial lights clearly but is very difficult to capture when lighted. It has the original finish, which was cleaned and given a fresh coat of clear lacquer. This model is highly desired and relatively expensive, as they are rare and very Art Deco. A five-tube set with ballast, it receives the AM Broadcast band and two shortwave bands. It plays loudly and clearly on all bands, and has the original wooden knobs. My electronics restoration (replace filters and paper caps, check resistors and tubes, align, etc.) has been done and it is warranted for 90 days. This radio includes an aux input cable so you can play your favorite tunes or Old Time Radio shows using CD player, computer, iPod, Smartphone, Bluetooth, etc. It was installed with no damage to the chassis or cabinet. Weighs 19 pounds, 16"W x 9-1/2"H x 8-1/2"D.  $899.00. (1030268)
All my radios include an aux input cable so you can play your favorite tunes or Old Time Radio shows using CD player, computer, iPod, etc. They are installed with no damage to the chassis or cabinet. A high quality Bluetooth receiver is included for free ($25 value) so you can stream tunes from your phone, laptop, etc. This is a very popular option, and has range of about 30 feet. I will remove the cable if you don't want it.
Stromberg-Carlson 225-H (1937)
This marvelous Art Deco styled set was made by Stromberg Carlson in Rochester, NY. It features a beautiful Brazilian Rosewood cabinet with maple inlays, sided by oak and walnut. A tulip motif of the ebony grille and the trademarked perfect octagonal dial make this iconic radio stand out! The dial lights clearly but is very difficult to capture when lighted. It has the original finish, which was cleaned and given a fresh coat of clear lacquer. This model is highly desired and relatively expensive, as they are rare and very Art Deco. A five-tube set with ballast, it receives the AM Broadcast band and two shortwave bands. It plays loudly and clearly on all bands, and has the original wooden knobs. My electronics restoration (replace filters and paper caps, check resistors and tubes, align, etc.) has been done and it is warranted for 90 days. This radio includes an aux input cable so you can play your favorite tunes or Old Time Radio shows using CD player, computer, iPod, Smartphone, Bluetooth, etc. It was installed with no damage to the chassis or cabinet. Weighs 19 pounds, 16"W x 9-1/2"H x 8-1/2"D.  $899.00. (1030268)
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