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DeWald G-645 (1939)

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DeWald G-645 (1939)

This is a compact tabletop, five tubes plus ballast, AM & Short-Wave receiver. It requires an external antenna to receive beyond strong local stations but with its long wire attached to something metal it receives all the local stations with ease. Strong tested tubes, all capacitors have been replaced, resistors checked. New line cord. Controls cleaned and lubricated for smooth operation. Cabinet has been refinished. Solid brass escutcheon and new dial cover. Only 13"W x 8"H x 7"D. I offer a quantity discount. Take any two radios priced at $149 each for $280 (shipping not included). $149.00. (1790082)

 

Firestone 7405-2/R-1651AS (1936)

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Firestone 7405-2/R-1651AS (1936)

This is a rare model made by the Firestone Tire manufacturer under the Air Chief name. Five tubes on this primitive design circuit with the volume control connected directly to the antenna meaning no AVC. It receives AM and the old Police band, playing strong with its long wire antenna. Comes with a set of tubes that tested strong, all new paper and filter capacitors, & a new line cord. Cabinet has been refinished using spray toners and topped with a light coat of clear enamel for durability. 14"W x 9-1/2"H x 8-1/2"D. $199.00. (1790078)

 

Grunow 460 (1934)

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Grunow 460 (1934)

This "Living Tone" Grunow tombstone is a lot of radio in a little package. It's a small four-tube non-AVC superhet circuit receiving AM only. It requires an external antenna to receive beyond strong local stations but is a real powerhouse with a proper antenna connected due to its large 7-inch speaker. All capacitors have been replaced along with the resistors. New power transformer, new cloth line cord. Controls cleaned and lubricated for smooth operation. Cabinet finish and wood knobs appear to be original. A true time capsule from 88 years ago! Just 13"H x 10-1/2"W x 7"D. $149.00. (1790080)

 

Grunow 588 "Teledial" (1937)

Grunow 588 "Teledial" (1937)

This five-tube, three-band (AM/SW/Police) radio produces a lot of audio through its 8-inch speaker. Plays strong across the dial with its long wire antenna extended. The unique teledial is very attractive with its anodized gold accents. When illuminated it has a 3D sunburst effect behind the pointer that really pops. All the paper and electrolytic capacitors have been replaced, tubes tested good, new line cord. Cabinet has been totally refinished using spray toners and a clear coat of enamel for durability. This one has been a favorite in my personal collection for years and it's time to let someone else enjoy it. 14"W x 9"H x 8"D. $199.00. (1790076)

 

Kadette 35 "Telematic" (1936)

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Kadette 35 "Telematic" (1936)

This is a truly rare and unique set that's half radio/half telephone! It uses a tuning dial gimmick that can be tuned with the middle knob regularly or dialed to the station as you would an old rotary dial telephone! This five-tube set receives the AM band strong with its long wire antenna, and comes with a strong tested set of tubes, new filter and paper capacitors, new line cord. Cabinet has been refinished using spray toners and topped with a light coat of clear enamel for durability. 12-1/2"W x 12-1/2"H x 7"D. $199.00. (1790079)

 

RCA 95T5 (1938)

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ON SALE
until
August 31

RCA 95T5 (1938)

This is a nifty Art Deco inspired five-tube AM receiver with five pushbutton presets for your favorite stations (the sixth button on the right side must be pushed in for normal dial tuning). It requires an external antenna to receive beyond strong local stations but with its long wire attached to something metal (like shelves) it receives all the local stations with ease. Strong tested tubes, all capacitors have been replaced, resistors checked. New line cord. Controls cleaned and lubricated for smooth operation. Cabinet finish is original, just touched up and a coat of enamel applied for durability. A true time capsule from 84 years ago! Only 12"W x 9-1/2"H x 7"D. I offer a quantity discount. Take any two radios priced at $199 each for $380 (shipping is not included) Was $199.00, now $149.00. (1790081)

 

Silvertone 6125 (1938)

Silvertone 6125 (1938)

Sears Roebuck brand of radio...this could be ordered right out of the Sears catalog for Christmas in 1938! This five-tube AM/SW model really pops in a dark room with its glowing "magic eye" cathode ray tuning aid tube. It receives all the local AM stations and shortwave with a long wire antenna. Plays strong and clear across the dial. All electrolytic and paper caps have been replaced, tubes tested strong, controls were cleaned and lubricated. New line cord. The cabinet was refinished using spray toners and a light coat of clear enamel for durability. The original Tenite dial bezel and knobs are in nice condition. 19"W x 12-1/2"H x 9"D. $229.00. (1790077)
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