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Imperial (Belmont) Tabletop (1934)


Imperial (Belmont) Tabletop (1934)

THIS RADIO HAS BEEN SOLD!
Here is a very clean, small, and great playing radio sold under the name "Imperial." The only reference to that name is a brass tag on the front of cabinet. The only other identifying tag is on the chassis and it is no doubt an old Chicago mfg. (RCA, GE, Westinghouse, & Hazeltine patent tag) which means it was likely made by one of the other more well known companies for Imperial in this case. The tag sometimes can help with "mystery" identities (25-80496) factory of origin if anyone wants to trace. Most indications seem to point toward Belmont, but cannot point to a model #. Beautiful wood grain that forms waterfall effect over front/top and has new cloth cord and strong green eye. This is a recent complete restore inside and out by previous owner. Plays very well. This is a seven-tuber and the tuning eye is bright green and works as it should. Very interesting black tri-colored dial that accents the sail ship (Nina, Pinta, Santa Maria??). It does not match any other dial I'm familiar with. Great little "mystery" set. 15"W x 9"H x 7"D.
Imperial (Belmont) Tabletop (1934)
THIS RADIO HAS BEEN SOLD!
Here is a very clean, small, and great playing radio sold under the name "Imperial." The only reference to that name is a brass tag on the front of cabinet. The only other identifying tag is on the chassis and it is no doubt an old Chicago mfg. (RCA, GE, Westinghouse, & Hazeltine patent tag) which means it was likely made by one of the other more well known companies for Imperial in this case. The tag sometimes can help with "mystery" identities (25-80496) factory of origin if anyone wants to trace. Most indications seem to point toward Belmont, but cannot point to a model #. Beautiful wood grain that forms waterfall effect over front/top and has new cloth cord and strong green eye. This is a recent complete restore inside and out by previous owner. Plays very well. This is a seven-tuber and the tuning eye is bright green and works as it should. Very interesting black tri-colored dial that accents the sail ship (Nina, Pinta, Santa Maria??). It does not match any other dial I'm familiar with. Great little "mystery" set. 15"W x 9"H x 7"D.
Sold by Tom Hunt on June 29, 2020
Listed price on date of sale - $329.00
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