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Silvertone 3972 (1938)

Silvertone 3972 (1938)
In 1886, R.W. Sears began his mail order catalogue company and soon became the most prolific mail order company in the nation. Here we have a beautiful Silvertone five-tube, AM-band only radio, fully restored with great sensitivity across the dial. Blake has replaced the wax/paper capacitors with new Mylar caps of equal values. The tubes and resistors have been checked and replaced as needed and a fuse was added for safety. This is first year for push-button presets for favorite stations (not working) and the radio performs very well with good tone and volume. Gary has refinished the cabinet back to the original factory finish in walnut and ebony with the proper toners and grain filler. 16"W x 8-1/2"H x 8"D.  $295.00. (1600110)
Silvertone 3972 (1938)
In 1886, R.W. Sears began his mail order catalogue company and soon became the most prolific mail order company in the nation. Here we have a beautiful Silvertone five-tube, AM-band only radio, fully restored with great sensitivity across the dial. Blake has replaced the wax/paper capacitors with new Mylar caps of equal values. The tubes and resistors have been checked and replaced as needed and a fuse was added for safety. This is first year for push-button presets for favorite stations (not working) and the radio performs very well with good tone and volume. Gary has refinished the cabinet back to the original factory finish in walnut and ebony with the proper toners and grain filler. 16"W x 8-1/2"H x 8"D.  $295.00. (1600110)
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