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Atwater Kent 337 (1935)
(wood tube tombstone radio w/SW)

Atwater Kent 337 (1935)

THIS RADIO HAS BEEN SOLD!

Atwater Kent started producing high quality radios in Philadelphia in 1922. Between 1923 and 1927, they produced 1.3 million radios, making them the leading radio manufacturer in America. Due to problems with the unions and the depression, he closed the factory in 1936. Model 337 is a seven-tube, three-band (SB,SWx2) set. A very high quality set, it had features rarely found on a table radio. Separate lights for each band, coarse and fine tuning, three-position tone switch, and console-like fidelity and volume. Blake replaced all of the capacitors. Checked all of the resistors and tubes, replacing where necessary. An audio cable to play external devices was installed. I don't believe the radio was used too much as the original power cord and antenna leads are present and in great condition. Gary worked his magic on the walnut cabinet. The radio was in pretty good original condition, but the finish had dulled a bit, so he refinished it, ending up with a beautiful "piano" lacquer finish. The original knobs, grille cloth, speaker, dial and dial cover are all with the set. This is a really nice, hardly used Atwater Kent, and will definitely grace anyone's collection! 18"H x 14"W x 9"D.

Atwater Kent 337 (1935)

THIS RADIO HAS BEEN SOLD!

Atwater Kent started producing high quality radios in Philadelphia in 1922. Between 1923 and 1927, they produced 1.3 million radios, making them the leading radio manufacturer in America. Due to problems with the unions and the depression, he closed the factory in 1936. Model 337 is a seven-tube, three-band (SB,SWx2) set. A very high quality set, it had features rarely found on a table radio. Separate lights for each band, coarse and fine tuning, three-position tone switch, and console-like fidelity and volume. Blake replaced all of the capacitors. Checked all of the resistors and tubes, replacing where necessary. An audio cable to play external devices was installed. I don't believe the radio was used too much as the original power cord and antenna leads are present and in great condition. Gary worked his magic on the walnut cabinet. The radio was in pretty good original condition, but the finish had dulled a bit, so he refinished it, ending up with a beautiful "piano" lacquer finish. The original knobs, grille cloth, speaker, dial and dial cover are all with the set. This is a really nice, hardly used Atwater Kent, and will definitely grace anyone's collection! 18"H x 14"W x 9"D.

Sold by Joe Millward on July 6, 2020
Listed price on date of sale - $699.00
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