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Emerson AX-211 "Little Miracle" (1938)


Emerson AX-211 "Little Miracle" (1938)

THIS RADIO HAS BEEN SOLD!
An Emerson Radio icon from 1938, one of their smallest models. Described in 1938 advertising as "Emerson, the Aristocrat of All Small Radios." The styling has been attributed to the great industrial designer Count Alexis De Sakhnoffsky, who also designed the Emerson "Mae West." This brown Bakelite midget set is pristine condition. It has its original black Bakelite knobs and black sled feet. There is no cosmetic damage. It has its original resistance line cord in good shape, and plays nicely with its original antenna wire. A perfect Retro-Tronics back is on the case. Its original purchase price was $9.95. About 8"W x 5"H x 3"D.
Emerson AX-211 "Little Miracle" (1938)
THIS RADIO HAS BEEN SOLD!
An Emerson Radio icon from 1938, one of their smallest models. Described in 1938 advertising as "Emerson, the Aristocrat of All Small Radios." The styling has been attributed to the great industrial designer Count Alexis De Sakhnoffsky, who also designed the Emerson "Mae West." This brown Bakelite midget set is pristine condition. It has its original black Bakelite knobs and black sled feet. There is no cosmetic damage. It has its original resistance line cord in good shape, and plays nicely with its original antenna wire. A perfect Retro-Tronics back is on the case. Its original purchase price was $9.95. About 8"W x 5"H x 3"D.
Sold by David Spivey on June 19, 2014
Listed price on date of sale - $149.00
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