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Crosley D-25-MN (1953)
(plastic tube clock radio)

Crosley D-25-MN (1953)

THIS RADIO HAS BEEN SOLD!

This Crosley Retro icon radio from the 1950's is in beautiful condition. The styling on these early 1950's clock radios was obviously inspired by the automobile industry with the use of flashy metal trim, swooping symmetrical curves, and a speedometer-like dial and clock front. Anyone who is familiar with these radios knows that the metal clock and radio escutcheons almost always show badly tarnish wear from 70 years of use. The metal escutcheons on this set are in the nicest condition of any I have seen in many years of collecting. The color coordinated clock knobs are on the radio, and the original back also. There is a complete label on the bottom, and four rubber feet. The clock is working, keeping good time. The radio has been completely gone over by a pro, everything needing replacing was done, and it is working and playing picking up all my local AM stations clearly. This is a really nice example that looks quite elegant in its original maroon color. One or two tiny paint chips, but no cracks, chips, or any significant cosmetic issues. You would be hard pressed to find a better D-25. They just don't get much better than this. And it comes with a copy of its original instructions. About 13"W x 7-1/2"H x 7"D. Shipping will run about $30-$35 to anywhere in the USA. It's a heavy radio!

Crosley D-25-MN (1953)

THIS RADIO HAS BEEN SOLD!

This Crosley Retro icon radio from the 1950's is in beautiful condition. The styling on these early 1950's clock radios was obviously inspired by the automobile industry with the use of flashy metal trim, swooping symmetrical curves, and a speedometer-like dial and clock front. Anyone who is familiar with these radios knows that the metal clock and radio escutcheons almost always show badly tarnish wear from 70 years of use. The metal escutcheons on this set are in the nicest condition of any I have seen in many years of collecting. The color coordinated clock knobs are on the radio, and the original back also. There is a complete label on the bottom, and four rubber feet. The clock is working, keeping good time. The radio has been completely gone over by a pro, everything needing replacing was done, and it is working and playing picking up all my local AM stations clearly. This is a really nice example that looks quite elegant in its original maroon color. One or two tiny paint chips, but no cracks, chips, or any significant cosmetic issues. You would be hard pressed to find a better D-25. They just don't get much better than this. And it comes with a copy of its original instructions. About 13"W x 7-1/2"H x 7"D. Shipping will run about $30-$35 to anywhere in the USA. It's a heavy radio!

Sold by David Spivey on February 9, 2024
Listed price on date of sale - $289.00
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