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RCA radios sold!
|Sold by Keith Park on October 25, 2010|
Listed price on date of sale - $650.00
|BC. The Radiola 46 was the console version of the Radiola 44; unlike any of the 46's I've seen pictured, this one is in a very unique Lowboy cabinet. This cabinet featured a beautiful cutout grille with the correct reproduction grille cloth and and a stunning quartersawn oak front dial panel with a projection dial screen and concentric knob assembly. While this cabinet was built by a furniture manufacturer to house this specific chassis, it's not the factory Radiola 46 cabinet used in other 46's Ive seen, nd I cannot find any listings or pictures of it; so there is a story here about this cabinet that remains a mystery... The chassis in this console is complete with all the correct shielding (often missing when using the ST shape tubes) and a powerful single ended 45 output that drives the Radiola 106 Loudspeaker, the top of the line loudspeaker available at the time (the one used with the Theremin) producing a fantastic and powerful sound for a 1929 receiver. 40"H x 27"W x 15"D.|
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