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Westinghouse WR-100 "The Juke" (1935)
(wood tube tombstone radio w/SW)

Westinghouse WR-100 "The Juke" (1935)

THIS RADIO HAS BEEN SOLD!

Here for your consideration is a rare Westinghouse WR-100 "Juke." Rep-wood front mini tombstone from 1935. This is probably one of the smallest tombstones ever made, but has a full size sound. It is in amazing like-new condition with very little wear in the ornate rep-wood front panel nor blemishes on rest of set. Notice the "Westinghouse" embossed in the rep-wood just above the lighted dial. It's in excellent clean condition. Not sure why its called "Juke" other than what designer had in mind? The radio is a five-tube super-het offering both AM and SW. This radio is a very decorative model, with an ornate rep-wood grille that covers most of the front of the radio & offers quite a contrast to walnut wood sides. All original grille cloth, knobs, dial, speaker, full factory wood back. etc. It is an older restore, but plays very well all across the dial picking up all my locals & beyond on a short antenna which also looks "factory." I have read this chassis is identical to the Emerson 5A as well as their model 108 wood & Plaskon. Not uncommon in that era to share. Won't take up much room nor should it be an expensive ship. I pack very well. 9 lbs; 10-1/2"H x 7-1/2"W x 5"D.

Westinghouse WR-100 "The Juke" (1935)

THIS RADIO HAS BEEN SOLD!

Here for your consideration is a rare Westinghouse WR-100 "Juke." Rep-wood front mini tombstone from 1935. This is probably one of the smallest tombstones ever made, but has a full size sound. It is in amazing like-new condition with very little wear in the ornate rep-wood front panel nor blemishes on rest of set. Notice the "Westinghouse" embossed in the rep-wood just above the lighted dial. It's in excellent clean condition. Not sure why its called "Juke" other than what designer had in mind? The radio is a five-tube super-het offering both AM and SW. This radio is a very decorative model, with an ornate rep-wood grille that covers most of the front of the radio & offers quite a contrast to walnut wood sides. All original grille cloth, knobs, dial, speaker, full factory wood back. etc. It is an older restore, but plays very well all across the dial picking up all my locals & beyond on a short antenna which also looks "factory." I have read this chassis is identical to the Emerson 5A as well as their model 108 wood & Plaskon. Not uncommon in that era to share. Won't take up much room nor should it be an expensive ship. I pack very well. 9 lbs; 10-1/2"H x 7-1/2"W x 5"D.

Sold by Tom Hunt on February 24, 2024
Listed price on date of sale - $425.00
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