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About me:  After collecting and restoring radios for 30+ years, I have more than any sane person needs and my little house can hold.  All radios listed are from my personal collection.  Please e-mail me for additional information or pictures.  Click here to read my terms and conditions.
 

 

Emerson 336 (1940)

Emerson 336 (1940)

1940 Emerson with a seldom seen Plaskon cabinet. Most of these models were in brown Bakelite. The chassis has all new capacitors, checked resistors and tubes, new dial lamp and peaked alignment. Great player with internal loop antenna, plus a lead for adding an external antenna. 11"W x 7"H x 6"D. $195.00. (1550078)

 

Emerson 578A (1946)

Emerson 578A (1946)

The five-tube chassis on this cute little 1946 Emerson has been restored by replacing the wax and electrolytic capacitors, checking tubes and resistors and peaking the alignment. Its wooden cabinet has been refinished with period correct lacquer toners and a polished semi-gloss finish. Internal loop antenna for reception. 9"W x 6"H x 6"D. $200.00. (1550123)

 

Emerson EH-342 (1941)

Emerson EH-342 (1941)

From 1941, this Emerson has an Ingraham cabinet and an 8-inch speaker for full sound. All wax and electrolytic capacitors were changed on the five-tube chassis, resistors checked and alignment peaked. Internal loop antenna with an added lead for attaching an external antenna. 16"W x 10"H x 8"D. $225.00. (1550139)

 

Farnsworth ET-065 (1946)

Farnsworth ET-065 (1946)

This 1946 Farnsworth has a restored six-tube chassis and repainted cabinet. All wax and electrolytic capacitors have been replaced, tubes and resistors checked and alignment peaked. Originally painted white, the Bakelite cabinet now has an automotive quality black urethane paint. Internal loop antenna for local stations. 12"W x 8"H x 6"D. $175.00. (1550164)

 

Garod 6A-2 (1947)

Garod 6A-2 (1947)

The "moderne" styling and gloss finish of this 1947 Garod make it stand out. The six-tube chassis has had all wax and electrolytic capacitors replaced, tubes and resistors checked, and alignment peaked. A high gloss lacquer was used in the cabinet restoration. Plays like new with an internal loop antenna. 13"W x 8"H x 7"D. $195.00. (1550103)

 

General Electric Unknown Model

General Electric Unknown Model

Not quite sure exactly what this model is. It may be a model L44J5 and the chassis design is similar to a LCP596. The antenna board, patent decal and dial pointer sure look like Continental/Admiral to me. At any rate, its five-tube AM and shortwave chassis has been restored by replacing wax and electrolytic capacitors, checking tubes and resistors, and peaking alignment. The Bakelite cabinet was originally painted white but after repairing a crack it received an automotive quality urethane repaint. Internal antenna for local reception. 12"W x 7"H x 7"D. $175.00. (1550163)

 

Grunow 588 (1937)

Grunow 588 (1937)

This "teledial" model from 1937 has a restored five-tube chassis and refinished cabinet. All wax and electrolytic capacitors were replaced, resistors and tubes checked and alignment peaked. Period correct toners and a semi gloss lacquer were used to restore the cabinet. Plays great on both AM and short wave bands but does need a long wire antenna for reception. 14"W x 9"H x 8"D. $375.00. (1550161)

 

Homemade Treasure Chest

Homemade Treasure Chest

This is a homemade radio using a 1939 RCA model 9TX21 chassis and I'm guessing an old jewelry box. No dial scale, just a window with the original RCA pointer underneath. The chassis has been restored with new capacitors and checked resistors. Plays well with a long wire antenna. 10"W x 7"H x 7"D with lid closed. $99.00. (1550033)

 

Motorola 61X11 (1941)

Motorola 61X11 (1941)

Six-tube Motorola from 1941. The chassis has been restored by replacing all wax and electrolytic capacitors, checking tubes and resistors, and peaking alignment. Its Bakelite cabinet was polished back to the original luster. Internal loop antenna for reception of local stations. 12"W x 8"H x 7"D. $150.00. (1550157)

 

Panasonic RE-7300 (1970)

Panasonic RE-7300 (1970)

From 1970, Panasonic called this transistorized model "The Woodmont." AM-FM stereo plus a phono input. The wooden top has been refinished with a semi-gloss lacquer finish. Great sensitivity on AM and a full rich sound on FM stereo. Its a wide one at 21"W x 6"H x 7"D. $125.00. (1550169)

 

Panasonic RE-7369 (1974)

Panasonic RE-7369 (1974)

1974 model Panasonic AM-FM with automatic frequency control for the FM band. Lighted dial. Wooden cabinet with original finish. Plays well on both bands with nice sensitivity on the AM band. 15"W x 6"H x 7"D. $65.00. (1550174)

 

Penncrest 3945

Penncrest 3945

Penncrest was the JC Penney house brand for electronics in the 1970s. This little Japanese made AM-FM transistor clock radio is all original, keeps accurate time and plays well on both bands. I didn't find any service info on it so the original manufacturer and build date are unknown. 13"W x 4-1/2"H x 4-1/2"D. $35.00. (1550171)

 

Philco 37-60

Philco 37-60

From the 1937 model year, this Philco two-band has a refinished cabinet and restored chassis. The front of the cabinet was originally a photo-finish decal which had chipped away from age so the original pattern has been duplicated with lacquer toners and a semi-gloss clear. All wax and electrolytic capacitors have been replaced, resistors and tubes checked and alignment peaked. These sets have great sensitivity but need a long wire antenna for reception. 17"H x 14"W x 9"D. $325.00. (1550142)

 

Philco 46-200 (1946)

Philco 46-200 (1946)

The Bakelite case on this 1946 Philco has been repainted gloss black with automotive basecoat/clearcoat urethane paint. The five-tube chassis was restored by replacing all wax and electrolytic capacitors, checking resistors and tubes and peaking alignment. Plays well with internal loop antenna. 10"W x 7"H x 6"D. $225.00. (1550114)

 

Philco 48-300 (1948)

Philco 48-300 (1948)

1948 Philco five-tube portable. The chassis has been restored with new capacitors in place of the old wax and electrolytics, tubes and resistors checked and alignment peaked. The wooden cabinet has been repainted in the original ivory, tan and chocolate paint scheme. 12"W x 11"H x 6"D. $195.00. (1550130)

 

Philco 50-920 (1950)

Philco 50-920 (1950)

Unique styling on this 1950 Philco. The six-tube chassis has been restored by replacing all wax and electrolytic capacitors, tubes and resistors checked and alignment peaked. The Bakelite cabinet was badly faded so I refinished it with a black automotive grade paint. Internal loop antenna for local stations, but adding an external antenna to the terminal in back makes this model unusually good at distant reception. 14"W x 8"H x 8"D. $195.00. (1550149)

 

Philco PT-30 (1941)

Philco PT-30 (1941)

From the 1941 model year, this five-tube Philco has a restored chassis and repainted Bakelite cabinet. After repairing a crack in the lower left front, I repainted it Lexus pearl white with automotive grade basecoat/clearcoat urethane. The chassis has had all wax and electrolytic capacitors replaced, tubes and resistors checked and alignment peaked. Internal loop antenna for local stations. 12"W x 8"H x 6"D. $175.00. (1550143)

 

Philco TH-3 (1938)

Philco TH-3 (1938)

From the 1938 model year, this five-tube Philco has a restored chassis and black painted Bakelite cabinet. All electrolytic and wax capacitors have been replaced, tubes and resistors checked and alignment peaked. The cabinet had a cracked so after repair, I repainted it with an automotive grade basecoat/clearcoat urethane. Nice sensitivity but needs a long wire antenna for reception. 12"W x 8"H x 7"D. $165.00. (1550162)

 

Puritan 6A35WG-504W (1946)

Puritan 6A35WG-504W (1946)

Puritan brand radios were marketed by Pure Oil Company in their gas stations. This model was made in 1946 by Wells Gardner for Pure Oil. The six-tube, two-band chassis has been restored with replacement of all wax and electrolytic capacitors, the tubes and resistors were checked and alignment peaked. The cabinet has been refinished with period correct lacquer toners and a semi-gloss finish. Internal loop antenna received local stations but an external antenna will be needed for short wave reception. 17"w x 10"H x 9"D. $220.00. (1550147)

 

RCA 12AX2 (1940)

RCA 12AX2 (1940)

From 1940, this RCA has a restored five-tube chassis and glossy black cabinet. All wax and electrolytic capacitors were replaced, tubes and resistors checked and alignment peaked. The Bakelite cabinet was cracked at a lower corner and originally painted white. After repairs, the color was changed to an automotive grade urethane black. Internal loop antenna works fairly well for local stations but I included a short length of wire for improved reception. 10"W x 7"H x 6"D. $225.00. (1550120)

 

RCA 95X1 (1938)

RCA 95X1 (1938)

From 1938, this RCA still retains its original finish. The four-tube chassis has had its resistors and tubes checked and all capacitors replaced. Its a TRF circuit, plays local stations well with a 15-foot long wire antenna. The push buttons on top are marked with stations from the Kansas City area in the late 1930s. 10"W x 8"H x 6"D. $225.00. (1550074)

 

RCA 96T1 (1938)

RCA 96T1 (1938)

Fantastic style and veneer detail on this 1938 RCA. The six-tube chassis had been restored by replacing all wax paper and electrolytic capacitors, tubes and resistors were checked and alignment peaked. A fuse was added to protect the power transformer. Period correct toners and a semi-gloss lacquer were used to restore the cabinet. Needs a long wire antenna for reception. 16"W x 11"H x 7"D. $295.00. (1550156)

 

Silvertone 2001 (1953)

Silvertone 2001 (1953)

This 1953 Sears Silvertone has a chocolate brown painted steel cabinet and a restored four-tube chassis. All wax paper and electrolytic capacitors were replaced, tubes and resistors checked, and alignment peaked. Needs an external antenna for reception but receives local stations well with the attached 8-ft wire unrolled. Small at 8"W x 5"H x 4"D. $95.00. (1550062)

 

Sonora RBU-175 (1947)

Sonora RBU-175 (1947)

This 1947 Sonora has a restored five-tube chassis and a repainted Bakelite cabinet. All wax paper and electrolytic capacitors have been replaced, tubes and resistors checked and alignment peaked. The cabinet was originally white but has been repainted with an automotive grade black urethane finish. Internal loop antenna for local reception. 11"W x 7"H x 7"D. $175.00. (1550160)

 

Trav-Ler Unknown Model

Trav-Ler Unknown Model

Unknown model number but this teledial Trav-Ler has a restored five-tube superheterodyne chassis that has been restored by replacing all wax and paper capacitors, checking tubes and resistors and peaking alignment. The cabinet has been refinished with period correct lacquer toners and a semi-gloss finish. AM band only and does need a long wire antenna for reception. 14"W x 9"H x 8"D. $225.00. (1550165)

 

Zenith H615 (1951)

Zenith H615 (1951)

This 1951 six-tube Zenith was originally Bakelite brown but a small crack brought on a black urethane repaint. It's had all wax and electrolytic capacitors replaced, tubes and resistors checked, and the alignment peaked. 12"W x 8"H x 7"D. $175.00. (1550159)
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