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Zenith 6-D-525 (1941)
(wood tube table radio w/Ingraham cabinet)

Zenith 6-D-525 (1941)

THIS RADIO HAS BEEN SOLD!

A black dial pre-War Zenith in a beautiful professionally refinished solid walnut case, one of only a few Zenith cases attributed to the Ingraham Cabinet Company of Bristol Connecticut. Ingraham made beautiful cases for several radio companies, primarily Emerson. This model was one of the last production runs by Zenith before they switched over to WWII operations. The cases on these models just look fantastic after they are refinished, like the day they appeared on the showroom floor. The radio has a unique design where tube heat is released through slats in the case, hence its nickname "Toaster." The chassis has been gone over by a pro, and the radio is playing nicely, picking up all my local AM stations clearly. The dial lamp work fine and the set has its original "Z" knobs, "Z" dial pointer, and its original back it excellent condition. It's one of the rarer models with a brass and tortoise shell handle on the top. I have had several of these models over the years, but this is just about the best one I have ever owned. Shipping anywhere in the continental USA will run $28 by UPS. About 11-1/2"W x 7"H x 6-1/2"D.

Zenith 6-D-525 (1941)

THIS RADIO HAS BEEN SOLD!

A black dial pre-War Zenith in a beautiful professionally refinished solid walnut case, one of only a few Zenith cases attributed to the Ingraham Cabinet Company of Bristol Connecticut. Ingraham made beautiful cases for several radio companies, primarily Emerson. This model was one of the last production runs by Zenith before they switched over to WWII operations. The cases on these models just look fantastic after they are refinished, like the day they appeared on the showroom floor. The radio has a unique design where tube heat is released through slats in the case, hence its nickname "Toaster." The chassis has been gone over by a pro, and the radio is playing nicely, picking up all my local AM stations clearly. The dial lamp work fine and the set has its original "Z" knobs, "Z" dial pointer, and its original back it excellent condition. It's one of the rarer models with a brass and tortoise shell handle on the top. I have had several of these models over the years, but this is just about the best one I have ever owned. Shipping anywhere in the continental USA will run $28 by UPS. About 11-1/2"W x 7"H x 6-1/2"D.

Sold by David Spivey on December 2, 2023
Listed price on date of sale - $279.00
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