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General Electric L-633 (1942)
(wood tube table radio w/SW/Ingraham cabinet)

General Electric L-633 (1942)

The Ingraham Clock Company made some beautiful radio cases during this period and this is one of their finest. The curved design and veneer inlays on this General Electric L-633 radio just say "wow" to the antique radio lover. When I received this radio, the condition of the case was excellent and did not require stripping. I was told that the radio came out of a recently deceased long time collector who favored the Ingraham cases. The radio itself is a six-tube unit that is an excellent performer on both the AM and SW bands. It also contains the Beam-o-scope antenna setup. All electrolytic and film capacitors have been replaced with modern equivalents and all out of tolerance resistors have been replaced. The radio has been tuned and lubricated. The power cord has been replaced with a new modern polarized plug. New felt feet were added to prevent scratching of your fine furniture. In sum, one of Ingraham's most beautiful case designs matched with the excellent engineering of a 1942 General Electric radio. About 15"W x 9"H x 7-1/2"D.  $329.00. (1780028)

General Electric L-633 (1942)

The Ingraham Clock Company made some beautiful radio cases during this period and this is one of their finest. The curved design and veneer inlays on this General Electric L-633 radio just say "wow" to the antique radio lover. When I received this radio, the condition of the case was excellent and did not require stripping. I was told that the radio came out of a recently deceased long time collector who favored the Ingraham cases. The radio itself is a six-tube unit that is an excellent performer on both the AM and SW bands. It also contains the Beam-o-scope antenna setup. All electrolytic and film capacitors have been replaced with modern equivalents and all out of tolerance resistors have been replaced. The radio has been tuned and lubricated. The power cord has been replaced with a new modern polarized plug. New felt feet were added to prevent scratching of your fine furniture. In sum, one of Ingraham's most beautiful case designs matched with the excellent engineering of a 1942 General Electric radio. About 15"W x 9"H x 7-1/2"D.  $329.00. (1780028)
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