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Zenith 10-S-130 Tombstone (1937)
Zenith 10-S-130 Tombstone (1937)
The 10S130 was the top-of-the-line tombstone for the 1937 model year. Zenith's "big, black dial" was a huge success for them, and to this day they are still sought-after sets. The 1937 model line was known as "All Featured" because of the dozen features new to that year. A lot of new tuning aids and audio features along with new cabinet designs. The 10-S-130 is a ten-tube, four-band (SB,SWx2,Police) set with push-pull audio producing 12 watts of power. Blake replaced all of the capacitors with new equivalents. The resistors and tubes were checked and replaced where needed. A new power cord, MP3 cable and safety fuse were added. Gary Marvin is one of the best cabinet men in the country, and his artistry shows on this magnificent radio! He stripped the cabinet, and using the best grain fillers and toners, created a "factory fresh" look. He finished the radio with a few coats of lacquer, fine sanding and polishing to a gorgeous "piano" finish. The radio retains the original knobs, speaker and chassis. A period-correct reproduction grille cloth was installed. This is the second of two we have restored over the last year. This huge Zenith beauty is rare indeed! 22"H x 17"W x 12"D.  $2,495.00. (1600293)
Zenith 10-S-130 Tombstone (1937)
The 10S130 was the top-of-the-line tombstone for the 1937 model year. Zenith's "big, black dial" was a huge success for them, and to this day they are still sought-after sets. The 1937 model line was known as "All Featured" because of the dozen features new to that year. A lot of new tuning aids and audio features along with new cabinet designs. The 10-S-130 is a ten-tube, four-band (SB,SWx2,Police) set with push-pull audio producing 12 watts of power. Blake replaced all of the capacitors with new equivalents. The resistors and tubes were checked and replaced where needed. A new power cord, MP3 cable and safety fuse were added. Gary Marvin is one of the best cabinet men in the country, and his artistry shows on this magnificent radio! He stripped the cabinet, and using the best grain fillers and toners, created a "factory fresh" look. He finished the radio with a few coats of lacquer, fine sanding and polishing to a gorgeous "piano" finish. The radio retains the original knobs, speaker and chassis. A period-correct reproduction grille cloth was installed. This is the second of two we have restored over the last year. This huge Zenith beauty is rare indeed! 22"H x 17"W x 12"D.  $2,495.00. (1600293)
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