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General Electric JCP-562 (1942)
(wood tube table radio)

General Electric JCP-562 (1942)

SALE!  Produced around the start of WW2, and among the last sets GE produced before production ceased "for the duration," this little wood bedside/desk/kitchen radio no doubt got lots of use during those dark days of war. A five-tube radio, featuring a set of strong tested tubes, all capacitors have been replaced, resistors checked & replaced as needed. New line cord. Controls cleaned and lubricated for smooth operation. It plays loud and clear across the dial with its built-in loop antenna. The cabinet finish is mostly original, with only a few minor blemishes consistent with its age. The top was stripped and redone with spray toners to eliminate the ubiquitous "water ring" from a houseplant. The whole cabinet was treated to a light coat of clear enamel for durability. New grille cloth, and back cover completes the restoration. A nice memento from the uncertain time surrounding the "Day of Infamy." 11-1/4"W x 7-1/4"H x 7-1/2"D.  Was $129.00, now $99.00. (1790174)

I offer a quantity discount on my radios, so check out my other listings and drop me a line if you're interested in more than one at a time. A Bluetooth/MP3 player 3.5mm cord has been installed at no additional charge when the circuit design allows for another listening option beyond the standard AM broadcasts. You can plug in to the headphone port of your device and enjoy the music of your choice through the radio or unplug for standard AM broadcasts.

General Electric JCP-562 (1942)

SALE!  Produced around the start of WW2, and among the last sets GE produced before production ceased "for the duration," this little wood bedside/desk/kitchen radio no doubt got lots of use during those dark days of war. A five-tube radio, featuring a set of strong tested tubes, all capacitors have been replaced, resistors checked & replaced as needed. New line cord. Controls cleaned and lubricated for smooth operation. It plays loud and clear across the dial with its built-in loop antenna. The cabinet finish is mostly original, with only a few minor blemishes consistent with its age. The top was stripped and redone with spray toners to eliminate the ubiquitous "water ring" from a houseplant. The whole cabinet was treated to a light coat of clear enamel for durability. New grille cloth, and back cover completes the restoration. A nice memento from the uncertain time surrounding the "Day of Infamy." 11-1/4"W x 7-1/4"H x 7-1/2"D.  Was $129.00, now $99.00. (1790174)
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