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Emerson 250-AW "All Wave" (1933)
Emerson 250-AW "All Wave" (1933)
NEW!These early Emersons were referred to as "midget radios." They were priced low due to the Depression and were very successful for the company. They were small with handsome cabinets and could be used in other rooms of the house. Emerson had several models of this design, and they sold hundreds of thousands of them. This prompted other companies to come up with their own "midget" radios. The 250-AW is a five-tube, two-band (AM,Police) AC/DC radio. Blake replaced all of the capacitors with modern equivalents. The resistors and tubes were checked and replaced where necessary. A new power cord and antenna lead were installed. This radio does not have a first audio circuit, so an audio cable could not be installed. The Gothic-designed Ingraham cabinet was stripped and beautifully refinished by Gary Marvin. All of the correct knobs and brass badges are with the set, as is the original wooden back.The grille cloth is a period-correct reproduction. This is a really nice 250-AW, and it's ready for your collection! 10"W x 8"H x 5"D.  $399.00. (1600321)
Emerson 250-AW "All Wave" (1933)
NEW!These early Emersons were referred to as "midget radios." They were priced low due to the Depression and were very successful for the company. They were small with handsome cabinets and could be used in other rooms of the house. Emerson had several models of this design, and they sold hundreds of thousands of them. This prompted other companies to come up with their own "midget" radios. The 250-AW is a five-tube, two-band (AM,Police) AC/DC radio. Blake replaced all of the capacitors with modern equivalents. The resistors and tubes were checked and replaced where necessary. A new power cord and antenna lead were installed. This radio does not have a first audio circuit, so an audio cable could not be installed. The Gothic-designed Ingraham cabinet was stripped and beautifully refinished by Gary Marvin. All of the correct knobs and brass badges are with the set, as is the original wooden back.The grille cloth is a period-correct reproduction. This is a really nice 250-AW, and it's ready for your collection! 10"W x 8"H x 5"D.  $399.00. (1600321)
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