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Westinghouse H-127 (1945)
(Bakelite tube table radio)
Westinghouse H-127 (1945)
This Westinghouse "refrigerator radio" in original burgundy/brown Bakelite & excellent condition. This is not repainted. The "W" logo glows and dial lights when on. Originally it was called the "Little Jewel" by the manufacturer. It was dubbed its current nickname by collectors because it does have the appearance of a 40/50's common household refrigerator. All original incl. knobs, grille cloth, handle, speaker, etc. A very unusual design unlike any other radio. Cosmetically, there are no cracks, chips, or hairline cracks (only one little “ping” on top right brass area). The metal pieces are also in very good condition. These sets were supposedly given away with purchases of Westinghouse refrigerators after World War II. This radio is playing very well, picking up all my local stations with volume. It has a built in loop antenna with a connection for an external one as well. This radio came in a variety of colors from the factory. The body is solid brass, and the end caps are Bakelite. About 11 pounds packed. 9"H x 6"W x 5-1/2"D.  $229.00. (1640226)
Westinghouse H-127 (1945)
This Westinghouse "refrigerator radio" in original burgundy/brown Bakelite & excellent condition. This is not repainted. The "W" logo glows and dial lights when on. Originally it was called the "Little Jewel" by the manufacturer. It was dubbed its current nickname by collectors because it does have the appearance of a 40/50's common household refrigerator. All original incl. knobs, grille cloth, handle, speaker, etc. A very unusual design unlike any other radio. Cosmetically, there are no cracks, chips, or hairline cracks (only one little “ping” on top right brass area). The metal pieces are also in very good condition. These sets were supposedly given away with purchases of Westinghouse refrigerators after World War II. This radio is playing very well, picking up all my local stations with volume. It has a built in loop antenna with a connection for an external one as well. This radio came in a variety of colors from the factory. The body is solid brass, and the end caps are Bakelite. About 11 pounds packed. 9"H x 6"W x 5-1/2"D.  $229.00. (1640226)
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