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Vogue Radio
(Bakelite tube table radio)

Vogue Radio

Despite my best efforts, the model number of this streamlined beauty remains a mystery, since it has no tags, stamping, or other marks anywhere. Vogue was a brand made by Sheridan Electronics Corp. of Chicago. It's the ever-reliable AA5 chassis enclosed in a very pretty curvy case also utilized by Lafayette and perhaps a few others. The gold-stamped dial really makes this one stand out. The case is shiny and nicely marbled. It has only one flaw, a small chunk out of the back bottom that you can see in the photo of the back on the left side, which is of course undetectable unless you pick it up and look for it (the lines on the side photos are just the gap between my front steps reflected on the shiny Bakelite.) The loop antenna is probably not the original one, and the best way I found to mount it was upside-down (it does its job just fine.) The chassis has been re-capped, checked, lubed and aligned. I've never seen one of these before and might not ever again, so grab it while you can!  $185.00. (1560064)

Vogue Radio

Despite my best efforts, the model number of this streamlined beauty remains a mystery, since it has no tags, stamping, or other marks anywhere. Vogue was a brand made by Sheridan Electronics Corp. of Chicago. It's the ever-reliable AA5 chassis enclosed in a very pretty curvy case also utilized by Lafayette and perhaps a few others. The gold-stamped dial really makes this one stand out. The case is shiny and nicely marbled. It has only one flaw, a small chunk out of the back bottom that you can see in the photo of the back on the left side, which is of course undetectable unless you pick it up and look for it (the lines on the side photos are just the gap between my front steps reflected on the shiny Bakelite.) The loop antenna is probably not the original one, and the best way I found to mount it was upside-down (it does its job just fine.) The chassis has been re-capped, checked, lubed and aligned. I've never seen one of these before and might not ever again, so grab it while you can!  $185.00. (1560064)
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