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Crosley TK-52 (1939)


Crosley TK-52 (1939)

THIS RADIO HAS BEEN SOLD!
This radio features a beautifully toned walnut cabinet with contrasting woods, right front square dial, left vertical grille bars, pushbuttons and three original Crosley "rosette" style knobs. Original finish I think. Very collectible radio. Dial lens, brass escutcheon, dial face and three original Crosley knobs near perfect. Center knob is a tone control. Push buttons work good. Original sticker still on the bottom. Chassis has been serviced and radio plays well with lots of volume picking up all my locals and beyond. Rare model not even listed in the Bunis or Stein old radio books. I found pictures only with of models with similar look and same year, but most did not have the push buttons and all were of same vintage, but totally different model numbers. This is not that unusual as it was nearing wartime and companies were scrambling to get products to market. Broadcast + SW (however, the SW is the old obsolete Police band…nothing on there now days). Clean chassis with loop antenna. A pre-War classic you can play every day! There is a one inch veneer repair on left back top corner, but blended nicely and not noticeable, but wanted to mention. 12-1/2"W x 7-3/4"H x 6"D.
Crosley TK-52 (1939)
THIS RADIO HAS BEEN SOLD!
This radio features a beautifully toned walnut cabinet with contrasting woods, right front square dial, left vertical grille bars, pushbuttons and three original Crosley "rosette" style knobs. Original finish I think. Very collectible radio. Dial lens, brass escutcheon, dial face and three original Crosley knobs near perfect. Center knob is a tone control. Push buttons work good. Original sticker still on the bottom. Chassis has been serviced and radio plays well with lots of volume picking up all my locals and beyond. Rare model not even listed in the Bunis or Stein old radio books. I found pictures only with of models with similar look and same year, but most did not have the push buttons and all were of same vintage, but totally different model numbers. This is not that unusual as it was nearing wartime and companies were scrambling to get products to market. Broadcast + SW (however, the SW is the old obsolete Police band…nothing on there now days). Clean chassis with loop antenna. A pre-War classic you can play every day! There is a one inch veneer repair on left back top corner, but blended nicely and not noticeable, but wanted to mention. 12-1/2"W x 7-3/4"H x 6"D.
Sold by Tom Hunt on February 19, 2021
Listed price on date of sale - $249.00
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