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Airline 62-702 (1939)

Airline 62-702 (1939)
NEW!Montgomery Wards sold at least one million radios, and they didn't manufacture anything. Starting with catalog sales of radios in 1922 and in 1926, at retail outlets. The list of manufacturers of Airline radios is long. Wells-Gardner, Belmont, Davidson-Haynes, US Radio Corp.and Kingston Radio. Here is a list of the manufactures abbreviations used on many labels of Airline radios: AA, BR, CB, CCB, GAA, GHM, GSE, GSL, GWM, HA, JB, JP, KP, KR, WG and others! The 62-702 is a seven-tube, two-band (SB,SW) set that features a tuning eye tube. This radio has great sensitivity, and picks up several stations. All of the capacitors have been replaced. Resistors and tubes checked. We put a new eye tube in, and it's bright and active. We installed a new power cord, audio cable and safety fuse. Gary did a fantastic job on the cabinet. The quilted maple band around the top and bottom contrast with the darker walnut and really set this radio off. We used the original knobs and speaker, and new period-correct grille cloth. A beautiful and good performing radio to grace any collection. 20"W x 12"H x 9-1/2"D.  $599.00. (1600202)
Airline 62-702 (1939)
NEW!Montgomery Wards sold at least one million radios, and they didn't manufacture anything. Starting with catalog sales of radios in 1922 and in 1926, at retail outlets. The list of manufacturers of Airline radios is long. Wells-Gardner, Belmont, Davidson-Haynes, US Radio Corp.and Kingston Radio. Here is a list of the manufactures abbreviations used on many labels of Airline radios: AA, BR, CB, CCB, GAA, GHM, GSE, GSL, GWM, HA, JB, JP, KP, KR, WG and others! The 62-702 is a seven-tube, two-band (SB,SW) set that features a tuning eye tube. This radio has great sensitivity, and picks up several stations. All of the capacitors have been replaced. Resistors and tubes checked. We put a new eye tube in, and it's bright and active. We installed a new power cord, audio cable and safety fuse. Gary did a fantastic job on the cabinet. The quilted maple band around the top and bottom contrast with the darker walnut and really set this radio off. We used the original knobs and speaker, and new period-correct grille cloth. A beautiful and good performing radio to grace any collection. 20"W x 12"H x 9-1/2"D.  $599.00. (1600202)
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