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Trophy Baseball Radio (1941)


Trophy Baseball Radio (1941)

THIS RADIO HAS BEEN SOLD!
This pre-War radio is designed as a replica of a baseball. The logo over the top vent identifies Trophy as the radio's manufacturer (missing on some radios). The power/volume control is on the left and the tuning knob is on the right. The knobs are original (most of these radios are missing one or more of the original knobs). There are three vents (all original) with speaker vent located in the bottom front. The case for this radio is made of cardboard, so it is somewhat delicate. Most of these radios have worn areas, dark stains, damaged areas and even some water stains. This case has been professionally restored by an antique toy restoration company. They removed the dark areas and did a great job of preserving the aged coloring of the radio. The case also now has a protective coating to protect it in the future. General chassis repairs include replacing all capacitors, some resistors and a new cloth covered power cord. The radio is an AA5 with octal tubes and is in good working order. The ball is about nine inches in diameter and the radio stands about ten inches high including the base.
Trophy Baseball Radio (1941)
THIS RADIO HAS BEEN SOLD!
This pre-War radio is designed as a replica of a baseball. The logo over the top vent identifies Trophy as the radio's manufacturer (missing on some radios). The power/volume control is on the left and the tuning knob is on the right. The knobs are original (most of these radios are missing one or more of the original knobs). There are three vents (all original) with speaker vent located in the bottom front. The case for this radio is made of cardboard, so it is somewhat delicate. Most of these radios have worn areas, dark stains, damaged areas and even some water stains. This case has been professionally restored by an antique toy restoration company. They removed the dark areas and did a great job of preserving the aged coloring of the radio. The case also now has a protective coating to protect it in the future. General chassis repairs include replacing all capacitors, some resistors and a new cloth covered power cord. The radio is an AA5 with octal tubes and is in good working order. The ball is about nine inches in diameter and the radio stands about ten inches high including the base.
Sold on September 11, 2016
Listed price on date of sale - $995.00
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