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RCA 100 Mini-Cathedral

RCA 100 Mini-Cathedral
This fairly rare little RCA mini cathedral is a real standout among the early 1930s depression era, low budget radios produced to appeal to the thinner wallets of the day. The front is ornate and attractive. With features like shortwave, Superhet, and a tone control switch, it is more advanced than many four tube mini cathedrals of its day. Receiver sensitivity is quite good on the AM band. The chassis restoration was performed by a previous owner and seems well done. I chose to preserve the original finish despite a couple of mars on one side. The set appears original except for the round filter capacitor on the chassis. There is a tiny chip in the small knob that does not show because it is on the bottom. I had to do one tiny veneer repair on the front. I am not a professional photographer. The original finish is actually very nice and the radio appears better in person than in my photographs. It has the ornate Rosette knobs featured on the later production models. I am proud to offer this little set for what I think is a very competitive price.  $300.00. (1680017)
RCA 100 Mini-Cathedral
This fairly rare little RCA mini cathedral is a real standout among the early 1930s depression era, low budget radios produced to appeal to the thinner wallets of the day. The front is ornate and attractive. With features like shortwave, Superhet, and a tone control switch, it is more advanced than many four tube mini cathedrals of its day. Receiver sensitivity is quite good on the AM band. The chassis restoration was performed by a previous owner and seems well done. I chose to preserve the original finish despite a couple of mars on one side. The set appears original except for the round filter capacitor on the chassis. There is a tiny chip in the small knob that does not show because it is on the bottom. I had to do one tiny veneer repair on the front. I am not a professional photographer. The original finish is actually very nice and the radio appears better in person than in my photographs. It has the ornate Rosette knobs featured on the later production models. I am proud to offer this little set for what I think is a very competitive price.  $300.00. (1680017)
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