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Emerson EC347 w/Ingraham Cabinet (1940)


Emerson EC347 w/Ingraham Cabinet (1940)

THIS RADIO HAS BEEN SOLD!
Nothing compares to the beauty of an Ingraham cabinet. And this one is no exception. The maple cabinet, and its streamlined design, is just gorgeous. An elegant and unique look that Ingraham was famous for capturing. The cabinet is very solid with beautiful curves and an "eye catching" protruding wood grille. Spectacular wood grain runs throughout the entire set, reminding you of the quality of wood Ingraham used. A thin pinstripe inlay wraps around the bottom of the set along with a jet black base. The bottom of the cabinet still retains the Ingraham name tag. The black and gold dial is in excellent condition with all numbers and letters indication station frequencies legible and showing very little signs of wear. Both "bullet" knobs are perfect and work as they should. This Art Deco beauty also sounds great! The five tube chassis is clean and restored. With its loop antenna, the radio picks up many stations up and down the dial with nice volume, good tone, and no hum. Please email me for additional photos or inquiries. 11-1/4"W x 7-1/4"H x 5-1/4"D.
Emerson EC347 w/Ingraham Cabinet (1940)
THIS RADIO HAS BEEN SOLD!
Nothing compares to the beauty of an Ingraham cabinet. And this one is no exception. The maple cabinet, and its streamlined design, is just gorgeous. An elegant and unique look that Ingraham was famous for capturing. The cabinet is very solid with beautiful curves and an "eye catching" protruding wood grille. Spectacular wood grain runs throughout the entire set, reminding you of the quality of wood Ingraham used. A thin pinstripe inlay wraps around the bottom of the set along with a jet black base. The bottom of the cabinet still retains the Ingraham name tag. The black and gold dial is in excellent condition with all numbers and letters indication station frequencies legible and showing very little signs of wear. Both "bullet" knobs are perfect and work as they should. This Art Deco beauty also sounds great! The five tube chassis is clean and restored. With its loop antenna, the radio picks up many stations up and down the dial with nice volume, good tone, and no hum. Please email me for additional photos or inquiries. 11-1/4"W x 7-1/4"H x 5-1/4"D.
Sold on February 13, 2010
Listed price on date of sale - $375.00
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