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Emerson EP375 (1941)
(Catalin tube table radio)

Emerson EP375 (1941)

In 1941 Emerson created the Catalin "5 + 1" with vertical grille bars, five on one side of the dial and one on the other. Monsanto Catalin was used in the creation of its sleek design. This radio has the more desirable version feature of the five grille bars not having rivets, with the single "plus one" with rivets. The gold dial has a black pointer and a pilot light. The knobs are factory original ivory. The original patinaed shade of green with extensive marbling of many colors can be seen in the photos. There are no cracks, chips or hairlines. One repaired minute pinhole is on each side. 9-1/2"W x 5-1/4"H x 4-7/8"D.  $2,295.00. (1720123)

Emerson EP375 (1941)

In 1941 Emerson created the Catalin "5 + 1" with vertical grille bars, five on one side of the dial and one on the other. Monsanto Catalin was used in the creation of its sleek design. This radio has the more desirable version feature of the five grille bars not having rivets, with the single "plus one" with rivets. The gold dial has a black pointer and a pilot light. The knobs are factory original ivory. The original patinaed shade of green with extensive marbling of many colors can be seen in the photos. There are no cracks, chips or hairlines. One repaired minute pinhole is on each side. 9-1/2"W x 5-1/4"H x 4-7/8"D.  $2,295.00. (1720123)
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