Sherwood Morse's Radio Attic
"Selling radios at the Radio Attic since January 2011"
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I have been collecting
radios for about 50 years and the time has come to find new homes for a
few of them. Hopefully you will find something in my "Attic" you
would like to add to your collection. Click here
for my terms & conditions and to learn about my restoration philosophy.
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Terms of Sale
Money order or personal check by mail preferred. I reserve the
right to wait for personal checks to clear.
Warranty: My customers need to be happy. I ask
that within five days of receipt you check the radio to be sure it
is as described and you are happy with it. If there is any
problem I will work to resolve it to your satisfaction. Please
check the section on "My Restoration Philosophy."
Shipping: Unless otherwise stated in my description,
the buyer will pay the exact cost of shipping and I will supply
packaging materials for free. I will pack very carefully and
in some instances remove the chassis and/or speaker and either
protect in the same box as the cabinet or ship separately. I
will ship by the carrier of your choice within three days of
Descriptions: I try very hard to describe radios
accurately and reveal any defects. Please ask questions and I will do my
best to provide answers and extra photos, if needed. I prefer
communicating by phone before finalizing any sale.
Prices: Radios are priced according to several factors
including condition, desirability, and today's market. If you
think my price is too high and would like to make a reasonable offer
please feel free to do so. If I do not accept your offer,
please do not be offended.
Sales outside the USA: Generally I prefer sales within
the USA only. If you are in another country and interested in
one of my radios, please email me.
My Restoration Philosophy
Because the desired
level of radio restoration is different for different collectors I
try to leave my radios as close to original as possible and let the
new owners restore them their way. If a cabinet is really bad
I will either restore the finish or refinish it. I have always
tried to collect radios with good solid cabinets and chassis
relatively free of rust. I "repair" many of my radios to make
them work but none of them should be considered "restored." If
they receive stations reasonably well they likely have no major
electrical problems such as bad transformers or coils. Most of
my radios are 60 or more years old and the components have suffered
from sitting around all these years, so I do not recommend playing
them for extended periods.
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