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Zenith 715 Tombstone (1933)

Zenith 715 Tombstone (1933)
As the 1930's progressed, radio cabinet design went away from the Gothic cathedral style to the tombstone. Early tombstones would have touches of cathedral design. With a rounded arch at the top and ornate grilles along with the straight, majestic "skyscraper" influence, this radio has it all. The 715 is an eight-tube, standard broadcast only radio. The receiver is one of the best made in 1933. It picked up stations just sitting on my bench with no antenna . Standing 20 inches tall with an 8-nch speaker, this radio is impressive in stature and performance with volume to spare. Blake did a great job replacing all of the capacitors. He checked resistors and tubes, replacing where necessary. He installed a period correct cloth power cord, and audio cable and a safety fuse. He carefully aligned the radio for peak performance. What can I say that hasn't already been said? Gary knocked it out of the park with a stellar refinish. The butt walnut front accentuated with the maple top strip and inlay along the pilasters. I love the fact that he used a satin finish at the end. This rare, perfect Zenith can be yours! They ain't makin' 'em anymore folks! 20"H x 16"W x 9-1/2"D.  $1,199.00. (1600204)
Zenith 715 Tombstone (1933)
As the 1930's progressed, radio cabinet design went away from the Gothic cathedral style to the tombstone. Early tombstones would have touches of cathedral design. With a rounded arch at the top and ornate grilles along with the straight, majestic "skyscraper" influence, this radio has it all. The 715 is an eight-tube, standard broadcast only radio. The receiver is one of the best made in 1933. It picked up stations just sitting on my bench with no antenna . Standing 20 inches tall with an 8-nch speaker, this radio is impressive in stature and performance with volume to spare. Blake did a great job replacing all of the capacitors. He checked resistors and tubes, replacing where necessary. He installed a period correct cloth power cord, and audio cable and a safety fuse. He carefully aligned the radio for peak performance. What can I say that hasn't already been said? Gary knocked it out of the park with a stellar refinish. The butt walnut front accentuated with the maple top strip and inlay along the pilasters. I love the fact that he used a satin finish at the end. This rare, perfect Zenith can be yours! They ain't makin' 'em anymore folks! 20"H x 16"W x 9-1/2"D.  $1,199.00. (1600204)
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