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Zenith 7-S-633R (1942)
(wood tube table radio w/SW)

Zenith 7-S-633R (1942)

THIS RADIO HAS BEEN SOLD!

Another one of Zenith's tabletop models that used the same chassis as found in several console sets in their 1942 line up. This seven-tube AM/shortwave/police band set has a powerful Zenith Wave magnet antenna that really pulls in the stations. Coupled with the "tone organ" pushbuttons for many combinations of sound it truly is like having console sound in a table model. Because of the multi-tapped volume control used for the tone control bank, my standard 3.5 mm aux cord was not added to this set. But there's also a bank of pushbutton presets that can be set to your favorite stations. The chassis has been gone through with all new wax and filter capacitors, a strong tested set of tubes. The controls were cleaned and lubricated to make them move smoothly. It plays well with lots of volume, easily receiving all of my local stations. The cabinet and grille cloth are all original. The original finish does have a few minor blemishes here and there consistent with being 82 years old but it's nothing major that would merit a refinish. It's a true survivor! I have one of these in my own personal collection that was purchased new by my grandparents in 1942 and has been in the family ever since. It's a big, heavy, well-built set. 20"W x 10-1/4"H x 11"D.

Zenith 7-S-633R (1942)

THIS RADIO HAS BEEN SOLD!

Another one of Zenith's tabletop models that used the same chassis as found in several console sets in their 1942 line up. This seven-tube AM/shortwave/police band set has a powerful Zenith Wave magnet antenna that really pulls in the stations. Coupled with the "tone organ" pushbuttons for many combinations of sound it truly is like having console sound in a table model. Because of the multi-tapped volume control used for the tone control bank, my standard 3.5 mm aux cord was not added to this set. But there's also a bank of pushbutton presets that can be set to your favorite stations. The chassis has been gone through with all new wax and filter capacitors, a strong tested set of tubes. The controls were cleaned and lubricated to make them move smoothly. It plays well with lots of volume, easily receiving all of my local stations. The cabinet and grille cloth are all original. The original finish does have a few minor blemishes here and there consistent with being 82 years old but it's nothing major that would merit a refinish. It's a true survivor! I have one of these in my own personal collection that was purchased new by my grandparents in 1942 and has been in the family ever since. It's a big, heavy, well-built set. 20"W x 10-1/4"H x 11"D.

Reported sold by Greg Van Beek on June 3, 2024
Listed price on date of sale - $299.00
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