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Airline 62-365 Teledial (1938)


Airline 62-365 Teledial (1938)

THIS RADIO HAS BEEN SOLD!
Sleek bullet shaped Airline teledial made for Montgomery Ward stores by Wells Gardner. I don't like to use the word perfect often, but this radio is near perfect. Great Deco styling. The case has no cosmetic damage, no cracks, chips or hairline cracks. The grille cloth is original, and it has a perfect label on the bottom. There is a new power cord for safety, and the station call letters and dial numbers are replacements, and represent many of the great historic old-line stations across the US. The dial light shining thru the teledial illuminates the dial strikingly. The chassis loads from the bottom, and has been gone over by a technician, and everything needing replacing was replaced. The radio uses an antenna wire, and reception is best when attached to an external aerial. The set is heavy since it utilizes a power transformer. A wonderful example of this Deco late 30's model. A11-1/2"W x 7"H x 6"D.bout
Airline 62-365 Teledial (1938)
THIS RADIO HAS BEEN SOLD!
Sleek bullet shaped Airline teledial made for Montgomery Ward stores by Wells Gardner. I don't like to use the word perfect often, but this radio is near perfect. Great Deco styling. The case has no cosmetic damage, no cracks, chips or hairline cracks. The grille cloth is original, and it has a perfect label on the bottom. There is a new power cord for safety, and the station call letters and dial numbers are replacements, and represent many of the great historic old-line stations across the US. The dial light shining thru the teledial illuminates the dial strikingly. The chassis loads from the bottom, and has been gone over by a technician, and everything needing replacing was replaced. The radio uses an antenna wire, and reception is best when attached to an external aerial. The set is heavy since it utilizes a power transformer. A wonderful example of this Deco late 30's model. A11-1/2"W x 7"H x 6"D.bout
Sold by David Spivey on August 31, 2011
Listed price on date of sale - $189.00
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