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Emerson DM1-331 with Ingraham Cabinet (1940)


Emerson DM1-331 with Ingraham Cabinet (1940)

THIS RADIO HAS BEEN SOLD!
In the prewar days, radios were often manufactured by reputable electronic engineering houses such as Emerson Electric, but many times the cabinets were farmed out to other companies who were good at what they do. Ingraham was no exception. They earned a reputation of making some very high quality and pleasing to the eye cabinets in their day. The sides are six ply, not three as most are, and the top is a solid plank of walnut. This radio has been completely restored electronically and it plays loud and clear on BC with the antenna wire provided, and it will pick up SW with an outside antenna. Original Bakelite knobs, original Lucite dial lens. Has a giant (for this type) speaker 7" diameter. Sounds great! Originally the model was DM331, but since I restored it I isolated the chassis from one side of the AC so now it would more accurately be a DM1-331 according to Emerson records. 16"W x 10"H x 8"D, 16 pounds packed.
Emerson DM1-331 with Ingraham Cabinet (1940)
THIS RADIO HAS BEEN SOLD!
In the prewar days, radios were often manufactured by reputable electronic engineering houses such as Emerson Electric, but many times the cabinets were farmed out to other companies who were good at what they do. Ingraham was no exception. They earned a reputation of making some very high quality and pleasing to the eye cabinets in their day. The sides are six ply, not three as most are, and the top is a solid plank of walnut. This radio has been completely restored electronically and it plays loud and clear on BC with the antenna wire provided, and it will pick up SW with an outside antenna. Original Bakelite knobs, original Lucite dial lens. Has a giant (for this type) speaker 7" diameter. Sounds great! Originally the model was DM331, but since I restored it I isolated the chassis from one side of the AC so now it would more accurately be a DM1-331 according to Emerson records. 16"W x 10"H x 8"D, 16 pounds packed.
Sold by Bob Atchison on January 30, 2011
Listed price on date of sale - $195.00
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