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Stewart Warner A-6S "Air Pal" (1939)


Stewart Warner A-6S "Air Pal" (1939)

THIS RADIO HAS BEEN SOLD!
1939 Stewart Warner "Air Pal" radio, made famous by the birth of the Dionne Quintuplets. At the age of five, they were immortalized by Stewart Warner in this radio. The only thing missing from this novelty radio are the original decals of the five Quintuplets on each end. It was available in 1939 without the decals, and of the three models that were made to commemorate their birth, this model was the best. The case is factory painted ivory over black Bakelite and shows minimal paint chips. There are no cosmetic issues like cracks or chips or hairline cracks. The grille cloth is original and in excellent condition. The tuning knob has all the station markings and the volume knob has all its numbers. All capacitors and resistors have been replaced as needed by a pro. It is playing clearly and picking up my stronger local stations with its antenna wire extended. But keep in mind, it's a three-tube radio, so don't expect incredible reception. It has a 100% label on the bottom in great condition. About 9"W x 5"H x 3"D. A great part of radio history!
Stewart Warner A-6S "Air Pal" (1939)
THIS RADIO HAS BEEN SOLD!
1939 Stewart Warner "Air Pal" radio, made famous by the birth of the Dionne Quintuplets. At the age of five, they were immortalized by Stewart Warner in this radio. The only thing missing from this novelty radio are the original decals of the five Quintuplets on each end. It was available in 1939 without the decals, and of the three models that were made to commemorate their birth, this model was the best. The case is factory painted ivory over black Bakelite and shows minimal paint chips. There are no cosmetic issues like cracks or chips or hairline cracks. The grille cloth is original and in excellent condition. The tuning knob has all the station markings and the volume knob has all its numbers. All capacitors and resistors have been replaced as needed by a pro. It is playing clearly and picking up my stronger local stations with its antenna wire extended. But keep in mind, it's a three-tube radio, so don't expect incredible reception. It has a 100% label on the bottom in great condition. About 9"W x 5"H x 3"D. A great part of radio history!
Sold by David Spivey on December 16, 2022
Listed price on date of sale - $196.00
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