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Emerson 30-AW (1933)

Emerson 30-AW (1933)
Here is a seldom seen Emerson model from 1933. Emerson was an obscure company until late in 1932. During the depression, they produced the "Peewee" compact radio, and eventually sold more than a million of these small radios by 1938. Although not a "Peewee" the 30AW was a small, inexpensive radio, which at the time was part of a selling profile at Emerson. This five-tube, two-band (SB,police) radio was low-priced to sell during the depression. It sports an Ingraham cabinet, and even despite its small size, was a good looking, good performing radio. Blake replaced all of the capacitors with new equivalences, checked resistors and tubes, replacing where necessary. A safety fuse and power cord were installed. The beautiful stainless steel chassis was shined up, and the radio has its original antenna wire and knobs. Gary refinished the cabinet with his usual finesse. His toner and highlight work makes this a "factory fresh" looking radio! Another wonderful radio for a starter or veteran collector. 10-3/4"W x 8-1/4"H x 5-1/4"D.  $399.00. (1600199)
Emerson 30-AW (1933)
Here is a seldom seen Emerson model from 1933. Emerson was an obscure company until late in 1932. During the depression, they produced the "Peewee" compact radio, and eventually sold more than a million of these small radios by 1938. Although not a "Peewee" the 30AW was a small, inexpensive radio, which at the time was part of a selling profile at Emerson. This five-tube, two-band (SB,police) radio was low-priced to sell during the depression. It sports an Ingraham cabinet, and even despite its small size, was a good looking, good performing radio. Blake replaced all of the capacitors with new equivalences, checked resistors and tubes, replacing where necessary. A safety fuse and power cord were installed. The beautiful stainless steel chassis was shined up, and the radio has its original antenna wire and knobs. Gary refinished the cabinet with his usual finesse. His toner and highlight work makes this a "factory fresh" looking radio! Another wonderful radio for a starter or veteran collector. 10-3/4"W x 8-1/4"H x 5-1/4"D.  $399.00. (1600199)
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