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General Electric GD52 (1938)

General Electric GD52 (1938)
General Electric put a lot of pizzazz into this unique and attractive little GD52 table radio. The cabinet is at once simple in design, and elegant in appearance, with extensive use of very attractive veneer. The GD52 was manufactured in 1938 and is apparently much less common than its younger cousin, the GD60, released in 1939. From what I can tell, none has ever sold on Radio Attic. This one was restored by a previous owner who by and large did a lot of very nice work. An ugly schematic diagram was pasted over the model label on the bottom of the radio. I saved as much of it as I could but it suffered quite a bit from that abuse. The graphics on the volume wheel are badly worn in the first 45° of rotation. I went through the chassis, replaced a few more components, replaced a weak tube, and gave it a full alignment. I have added an audio cable for your mobile devices. This is a very unique and attractive little radio and would be a real eye catcher on your kitchen cabinet or in your collection. 15"W x 9"H x 8"D.  $225.00. (1680026)
General Electric GD52 (1938)
General Electric put a lot of pizzazz into this unique and attractive little GD52 table radio. The cabinet is at once simple in design, and elegant in appearance, with extensive use of very attractive veneer. The GD52 was manufactured in 1938 and is apparently much less common than its younger cousin, the GD60, released in 1939. From what I can tell, none has ever sold on Radio Attic. This one was restored by a previous owner who by and large did a lot of very nice work. An ugly schematic diagram was pasted over the model label on the bottom of the radio. I saved as much of it as I could but it suffered quite a bit from that abuse. The graphics on the volume wheel are badly worn in the first 45° of rotation. I went through the chassis, replaced a few more components, replaced a weak tube, and gave it a full alignment. I have added an audio cable for your mobile devices. This is a very unique and attractive little radio and would be a real eye catcher on your kitchen cabinet or in your collection. 15"W x 9"H x 8"D.  $225.00. (1680026)
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