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Emerson 157 "Clockette" (1937)
(Plaskon tube table radio)
Emerson 157 "Clockette" (1937)
NEW!This is an excellent example of a very hard to find Emerson Art Deco mid-1930's radio affectionately known as a "Clockette." The case is made up of three sections that fit together: an ivory Plaskon front, an ivory Plaskon middle, and a black Bakelite back. These were sold in Solid Ivory, Solid Black and a combination of two-tone Ivory/Black combinations. And with original ivory matching knobs + metal bottom with factory decal. Other than a very minuscule hairline on right top corner, this case perfect, no cracks, hairline cracks or repairs. The original brass dial pointer and brass grille cloth are in place. The model number 157 is stamped into the black Bakelite case. A new cloth line cord has also been added to replace the old tattered resistance line cord and looks original. This is a recent electronic restore and the radio is playing fine, picking up my local AM stations. This chassis is a four-tube set, and it helps to have an external antenna to get local and distant reception. I am including a long length of antenna wire with the radio. The dial light reflects through the red Emerson logo dot on the front when the radio is on. This midget is about 7"W x 7"H x 5-1/2"D.  $229.00. (1640231)
Emerson 157 "Clockette" (1937)
NEW!This is an excellent example of a very hard to find Emerson Art Deco mid-1930's radio affectionately known as a "Clockette." The case is made up of three sections that fit together: an ivory Plaskon front, an ivory Plaskon middle, and a black Bakelite back. These were sold in Solid Ivory, Solid Black and a combination of two-tone Ivory/Black combinations. And with original ivory matching knobs + metal bottom with factory decal. Other than a very minuscule hairline on right top corner, this case perfect, no cracks, hairline cracks or repairs. The original brass dial pointer and brass grille cloth are in place. The model number 157 is stamped into the black Bakelite case. A new cloth line cord has also been added to replace the old tattered resistance line cord and looks original. This is a recent electronic restore and the radio is playing fine, picking up my local AM stations. This chassis is a four-tube set, and it helps to have an external antenna to get local and distant reception. I am including a long length of antenna wire with the radio. The dial light reflects through the red Emerson logo dot on the front when the radio is on. This midget is about 7"W x 7"H x 5-1/2"D.  $229.00. (1640231)
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