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Atwater Kent 145 Tombstone (1935)


Atwater Kent 145 Tombstone (1935)

THIS RADIO HAS BEEN SOLD!
An excellent example of a 1935 Atwater Kent model 145 small tombstone radio, with BC + 2SW. Beautiful backlit dial showing "Two Worlds" & great graphics. All caps, and out of tolerance resisters were replaced. This receiver covers the Standard Broadcast and three Shortwave (1.5-4, 4-10, and 10-18 MC) bands. In the history of antique radio makers, few had the reputation of Atwater Kent. From the 1920's until 1936 they were considered to be a top of the line radio manufacturer. The radio is a terrific model with a six-tube super-het chassis, playing strong across the dial. The cabinet is a fine refinish, with its absolutely beautiful burled walnut on the front with Aztec inlays plus toned fluted sides and top trim really make it "pop." Very clean chassis as you can see. The speaker cloth, knobs, dial, speaker, etc all appear to be original. Atwater Kent made many of the finest radios of the 1920s and 30s, and this machine-age design was amongst the best of them! The radio is a stand out. 15"H x 13"W x 8-1/2"D.
Atwater Kent 145 Tombstone (1935)
THIS RADIO HAS BEEN SOLD!
An excellent example of a 1935 Atwater Kent model 145 small tombstone radio, with BC + 2SW. Beautiful backlit dial showing "Two Worlds" & great graphics. All caps, and out of tolerance resisters were replaced. This receiver covers the Standard Broadcast and three Shortwave (1.5-4, 4-10, and 10-18 MC) bands. In the history of antique radio makers, few had the reputation of Atwater Kent. From the 1920's until 1936 they were considered to be a top of the line radio manufacturer. The radio is a terrific model with a six-tube super-het chassis, playing strong across the dial. The cabinet is a fine refinish, with its absolutely beautiful burled walnut on the front with Aztec inlays plus toned fluted sides and top trim really make it "pop." Very clean chassis as you can see. The speaker cloth, knobs, dial, speaker, etc all appear to be original. Atwater Kent made many of the finest radios of the 1920s and 30s, and this machine-age design was amongst the best of them! The radio is a stand out. 15"H x 13"W x 8-1/2"D.
Sold by Tom Hunt on April 6, 2022
Listed price on date of sale - $329.00
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