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RCA 124 (1934)
(wood tube tombstone radio)

RCA 124 (1934)

Every once and a while we find a unique radio. Their uniqueness and rarity can sometimes be attributed to low production numbers and slow sales. The model 124 was in the 1934 RCA line along with the 128 and 143. I believe the 128 was one of the top sellers that year, and they made a lot of them! Not so with the model 124. I had never seen this model till it showed up on Craigs List in our area, and this is the first one on the Radio Attic. That's how it happens sometimes... The 124 is a six-tube, two band (AM,police). We replaced all of the capacitors with modern equivalents. The resistors and tubes were checked and replaced where necessary. We added a new power cord, safety fuse, antenna lead and audio input cable. The radio is a good performer, receiving stations across the dial with good tone control and plenty of volume. Gary Marvin stripped off the old finish and started with a clean slate. The speaker grille is repwood, and the cabinet is solid Teak and Mahogany woods. The original knobs, dial scale and chassis are in good condition. A period correct speaker and grille cloth are present. If you're looking for a unique and rare radio, this RCA can't be beat! 15-1/2"H x 11-1/2"W x 8-1/2"D.  $849.00. (1600542)

RCA 124 (1934)

Every once and a while we find a unique radio. Their uniqueness and rarity can sometimes be attributed to low production numbers and slow sales. The model 124 was in the 1934 RCA line along with the 128 and 143. I believe the 128 was one of the top sellers that year, and they made a lot of them! Not so with the model 124. I had never seen this model till it showed up on Craigs List in our area, and this is the first one on the Radio Attic. That's how it happens sometimes... The 124 is a six-tube, two band (AM,police). We replaced all of the capacitors with modern equivalents. The resistors and tubes were checked and replaced where necessary. We added a new power cord, safety fuse, antenna lead and audio input cable. The radio is a good performer, receiving stations across the dial with good tone control and plenty of volume. Gary Marvin stripped off the old finish and started with a clean slate. The speaker grille is repwood, and the cabinet is solid Teak and Mahogany woods. The original knobs, dial scale and chassis are in good condition. A period correct speaker and grille cloth are present. If you're looking for a unique and rare radio, this RCA can't be beat! 15-1/2"H x 11-1/2"W x 8-1/2"D.  $849.00. (1600542)
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