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Emerson 440 (1942)
(wood tube table radio w/Ingraham cabinet)

Emerson 440 (1942)

THIS RADIO HAS BEEN SOLD!

Emerson was known for their association with the Ingraham Cabinet Company, creating some truly outstanding wood cabinets to house their radio chassis' in. This is one of their exceptional designs, with graceful flowing lines in angles, arcs and radiuses. The chassis loads from the bottom so the cabinet completely surrounds and is beautiful to look at from any angle. In addition to the amazing woodgrain pattern, there are some dark maroon inlay pinstripes that add to the quality of construction and Ingraham's attention to detail. The ornate cabinet has been totally refinished with toners and topped with a light coat of clear enamel for durability and sheen. The six-tube AM/short wave chassis has been gone through with all new wax and filter capacitors, a strong tested set of tubes, new line cord. The controls were cleaned and lubricated to make them move smoothly again. The original dial cover was still nice and clear, and the original knobs are all still intact. It receives all of my local stations with its built-in loop antenna. Requires a long-wire antenna for distant reception & SW (or use the aux cable to stream your own audio). Don't miss this gorgeous "shaver grille" Emerson, they don't turn up very often (this is only the third one to be offered on Radio Attic, the last in 2018). 13"W x 8-1/2"H x 7-1/2"D.

Emerson 440 (1942)

THIS RADIO HAS BEEN SOLD!

Emerson was known for their association with the Ingraham Cabinet Company, creating some truly outstanding wood cabinets to house their radio chassis' in. This is one of their exceptional designs, with graceful flowing lines in angles, arcs and radiuses. The chassis loads from the bottom so the cabinet completely surrounds and is beautiful to look at from any angle. In addition to the amazing woodgrain pattern, there are some dark maroon inlay pinstripes that add to the quality of construction and Ingraham's attention to detail. The ornate cabinet has been totally refinished with toners and topped with a light coat of clear enamel for durability and sheen. The six-tube AM/short wave chassis has been gone through with all new wax and filter capacitors, a strong tested set of tubes, new line cord. The controls were cleaned and lubricated to make them move smoothly again. The original dial cover was still nice and clear, and the original knobs are all still intact. It receives all of my local stations with its built-in loop antenna. Requires a long-wire antenna for distant reception & SW (or use the aux cable to stream your own audio). Don't miss this gorgeous "shaver grille" Emerson, they don't turn up very often (this is only the third one to be offered on Radio Attic, the last in 2018). 13"W x 8-1/2"H x 7-1/2"D.

Reported sold by Greg Van Beek on June 6, 2024
Listed price on date of sale - $259.00
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