Gallery of Replica Radios, Etc.
Inexpensive radios either designed to resemble antique radios, or those in cases or cabinets designed to look like something other than a radio (like an animal, cartoon character, vehicle, etc.). Includes the modern "novelty radios" definition of little, relatively inexpensive cutesy radios.
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Amico "Town & Country" 1771 Desk (1974)
Bicentennial (1776-1976) Radio
Cabbage Patch Kids Radio
California Raisin Radio
Candlestick Telephone Radio
Coca-Cola Bottle Radio (1960s)
Cookie Crisp Cereal Radio (1970s)
Crosley CR-1 (1993?)
Crosley CR56 Payphone Replica
Dancing Big Bird (1989)
Empire Classic 9762
Empire State Building Music Box
Executive Golf Bag Radio Phone
Green Apple (Tune-a-Apple) Radio
Guild TK1577 "Teakettle" (1957)
Was $112.50, now $78.75!
Ice Cream Cone Radio
Joe Gibbs Racing Helmet Radio/CD
Knights Helmet (1980s)
Lifelong Baby Boom Box
M&M Blue On Air Radio
Melodies-Cathedral Music Box
Mickey and Minnie Tunes Radio
Musicale Old Tyme Music Box
Nestlé Soup Radio
Philco Bookend Radio
Polaroid 600 Plus Radio
Radio Music Box
Raggety Ann & Andy (1973)
Stanley "Powerlock" Tape Measure Radio
Stewart Camera Radio
TCU Horned Frogs Football Helmet Radio
Thomas 511 (1989) Collectors Edition
Windsor PR-1 "Carter's Peanuts Radio"
Xonex Replica #1
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Xonex Replica #5
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