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Stromberg-Carlson 130-H (1936)
Stromberg-Carlson 130-H (1936)
Stromberg-Carlson Co. based in Rochester New York, made high-quality radios, telephones, and after WWII, televisions. They also entered the broadcast industry, acquiring WHAM in Rochester around 1939. The station changed its call letters to WBZA and is still in operation today. The 130-H is a seven-tube, three-band (SB, SWx2) radio. With its iconic octagon dial and gorgeous veneers, it is a top-of-the line radio. We replaced all of the capacitors with new equivalents. The resistors and tubes were checked and replaced where necessary. A safety fuse and a period-correct cloth power cord was added, along with an audio cable for external devices. We aligned the radio and it plays quite well across the dial. The original finish was in pretty good condition, so we spiffed it up a bit and applied a couple of coats of lacquer. The knobs, speaker and chassis are original, and and the original grille cloth is with the set. There hasn't been too many of them for sale on the Radio Attic, and they are a little harder to find than some of the other Stromberg-Carlson radios. 20"W x 11-1/25"H x 10"D.  $699.00. (1600421)
Stromberg-Carlson 130-H (1936)
Stromberg-Carlson Co. based in Rochester New York, made high-quality radios, telephones, and after WWII, televisions. They also entered the broadcast industry, acquiring WHAM in Rochester around 1939. The station changed its call letters to WBZA and is still in operation today. The 130-H is a seven-tube, three-band (SB, SWx2) radio. With its iconic octagon dial and gorgeous veneers, it is a top-of-the line radio. We replaced all of the capacitors with new equivalents. The resistors and tubes were checked and replaced where necessary. A safety fuse and a period-correct cloth power cord was added, along with an audio cable for external devices. We aligned the radio and it plays quite well across the dial. The original finish was in pretty good condition, so we spiffed it up a bit and applied a couple of coats of lacquer. The knobs, speaker and chassis are original, and and the original grille cloth is with the set. There hasn't been too many of them for sale on the Radio Attic, and they are a little harder to find than some of the other Stromberg-Carlson radios. 20"W x 11-1/25"H x 10"D.  $699.00. (1600421)
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