Gallery of Casket Radios
Early 1920s (usually battery-powered) radios, in cabinets resembling burial caskets. Most cabinets were wood, a few made of metal. Some later models were AC-powered. Those of you annoyed by this definition are welcome to make an offer to purchase the Radio Attic and change this definition.
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Apex "Super 5"
Atwater Kent 20 DC Radio (1924)
Crosley 26 with Dynacone 275 Speaker
Crosley 51 (1924)
Day-Fan 5044 DC Radio with Internal Speaker
Dixie Five Battery Set (1926)
FADA 192-A Neutrolette (1925)
Freed-Eisemann NR-5 DC Radio (1923)
Freshman Masterpiece 5F5 (1925)
Klitzen MRC-10 (AKA Michigan Radio Club Model 10)
Knockout Regenerative Receiver (circa 1928)
Kolster 6J (1927)
Martin DC Radio (France)
Mohawk Receiver (1925)
Over the Top One-Off Antique Radio Receiver
Radiola 20 DC Radio (1925)
Three-Tube DC Homebrew with Glass Top
Tuska Superdyne Junior 301
USL UA-Six Receiver
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