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Crosley 6H2 (1935)


Crosley 6H2 (1935)

THIS RADIO HAS BEEN SOLD!
Powell Crosley started the Crosley Manufacturing Company in Cincinnati Ohio in 1921. He acquired several companies and patents along the way, eventually ending up with an RCA patent to manufacture superheterodyne radios. Crosley also made appliances, cars and televisions. The 6H2 is a six-tube, two-band (SB,SW) superheterodyne radio. Crosley used this chassis in several different radios, including a low-boy console. We replaced all of the capacitors with new equivalents. All of the resistors and tubes were checked and replaced where necessary. We added a new polarized power cord, audio cable and a new antenna lead. The cabinet has Walnut, Australian Laurel (zebra wood) and Maple. Gary restored this radio for a customer and ended up buying it back from him, and the finish is in fantastic condition. He repainted the top and one side. The original knobs, dial scale, speaker and chassis are all original. The grille cloth is a period-correct reproduction. This particular cabinet is not seen very often, and I feel this era of Crosleys were some of the finer cabinets available at the time. This radio is ready to go, a rare piece for your collection! 16"H x 14"W x 8"D.
Crosley 6H2 (1935)
THIS RADIO HAS BEEN SOLD!
Powell Crosley started the Crosley Manufacturing Company in Cincinnati Ohio in 1921. He acquired several companies and patents along the way, eventually ending up with an RCA patent to manufacture superheterodyne radios. Crosley also made appliances, cars and televisions. The 6H2 is a six-tube, two-band (SB,SW) superheterodyne radio. Crosley used this chassis in several different radios, including a low-boy console. We replaced all of the capacitors with new equivalents. All of the resistors and tubes were checked and replaced where necessary. We added a new polarized power cord, audio cable and a new antenna lead. The cabinet has Walnut, Australian Laurel (zebra wood) and Maple. Gary restored this radio for a customer and ended up buying it back from him, and the finish is in fantastic condition. He repainted the top and one side. The original knobs, dial scale, speaker and chassis are all original. The grille cloth is a period-correct reproduction. This particular cabinet is not seen very often, and I feel this era of Crosleys were some of the finer cabinets available at the time. This radio is ready to go, a rare piece for your collection! 16"H x 14"W x 8"D.
Sold by Joe Millward on October 15, 2020
Listed price on date of sale - $695.00
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