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General 610SP (1938)
(wood tube table radio w/SW)

General 610SP (1938)

This is a General Radio manufactured by The Clinton Radio Company. In 1933, The Clinton Manufacturing Company opened for business at 128 N. Clinton Street. The president was Nathan Siegel, who owned Siegel Electrical Supply Company, located next door at 130 N. Clinton Street. He represented the CeCo line of vacuum tubes, among other products. In 1934, the business moved to 1217 W. Washington Blvd., across the street from the offices and studios of Chicago's power-house radio station WLS, and remained there until purchased (and absorbed) by Sonora Radio and Television Corporation in late 1938. This radio is a five-tube radio with a ballast tube. The radio has been restored by local rebuilder Blake Dietze, plays well across the AM/SW bands. All capacitors have been replaced, tubes tested and resistors checked. The radio has been stripped, toned and re-lacquered. This is a relatively rare radio and presents quite well.  $349.00. (1830026)

General 610SP (1938)

This is a General Radio manufactured by The Clinton Radio Company. In 1933, The Clinton Manufacturing Company opened for business at 128 N. Clinton Street. The president was Nathan Siegel, who owned Siegel Electrical Supply Company, located next door at 130 N. Clinton Street. He represented the CeCo line of vacuum tubes, among other products. In 1934, the business moved to 1217 W. Washington Blvd., across the street from the offices and studios of Chicago's power-house radio station WLS, and remained there until purchased (and absorbed) by Sonora Radio and Television Corporation in late 1938. This radio is a five-tube radio with a ballast tube. The radio has been restored by local rebuilder Blake Dietze, plays well across the AM/SW bands. All capacitors have been replaced, tubes tested and resistors checked. The radio has been stripped, toned and re-lacquered. This is a relatively rare radio and presents quite well.  $349.00. (1830026)
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