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Monarch Ham-1 (1960s)
(metal communications gear)

Monarch Ham-1 (1960s)


I very rarely run upon this unique radio. I had quite a few emails after I sold the last one. This radio is just as good as the Hallicrafters S-120. It will pick up at night AM stations 500 miles or more away or overseas stations in European, China, India and more. The receiver is a four band superheterodyne tuning AM band as well as Shortwave 1.7 to 31 megacycles. It has been electronically restored and aligned to play like new on all bands with an external antenna. The painted cabinet is in good shape and the chassis is like new. It has all the original knobs except for the crank dial knob which works exceptionally well. I have a like original knob if you wish to change it.
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