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Stromberg-Carlson 225H (1937)

Stromberg-Carlson 225H (1937)
In 1894, Stromberg-Carlson started producing telephones, and by 1900 they were the leader among all of the other telephone manufacturers. They made all of the phones and switchboards used by the signal corps in WWI, and continued producing communication equipment during WWII. They started manufacturing radios in 1923, and obtained an RCA patent for superheterodyne sets in 1927. The 225H is a five-tube, three-band (SBxSWx2) AC/DC set. Stromberg-Carlson was well known for having quality radios, and even though it has just five tubes, the 225H is a strong performer. Blake replaced all of the capacitors, checked the resistors and tubes, replacing where needed. An audio cable was installed for your external devices, a new antenna was wired in and a new power cord finished the chassis repair. Gary stripped the the cabinet and restored it to a beautiful lacquer finish. The cabinet has Brazilian Rosewood, Walnut and Maple veneers and inlays. The original knobs, chassis and speaker are present, and we added a period-correct grille cloth. The artistry and design of the Art Deco cabinet produced a stunning and highly desirable radio to grace anyone's collection. 16"W x 9"H x 8"D.  $799.00. (1600264)
Stromberg-Carlson 225H (1937)
In 1894, Stromberg-Carlson started producing telephones, and by 1900 they were the leader among all of the other telephone manufacturers. They made all of the phones and switchboards used by the signal corps in WWI, and continued producing communication equipment during WWII. They started manufacturing radios in 1923, and obtained an RCA patent for superheterodyne sets in 1927. The 225H is a five-tube, three-band (SBxSWx2) AC/DC set. Stromberg-Carlson was well known for having quality radios, and even though it has just five tubes, the 225H is a strong performer. Blake replaced all of the capacitors, checked the resistors and tubes, replacing where needed. An audio cable was installed for your external devices, a new antenna was wired in and a new power cord finished the chassis repair. Gary stripped the the cabinet and restored it to a beautiful lacquer finish. The cabinet has Brazilian Rosewood, Walnut and Maple veneers and inlays. The original knobs, chassis and speaker are present, and we added a period-correct grille cloth. The artistry and design of the Art Deco cabinet produced a stunning and highly desirable radio to grace anyone's collection. 16"W x 9"H x 8"D.  $799.00. (1600264)
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