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Zenith 4K600 "Pocket Radio" (1941)


Zenith 4K600 "Pocket Radio" (1941)

THIS RADIO HAS BEEN SOLD!
Zenith Pre-War "Pocket Radio" from the spring and summer of 1941, Zenith's first entry into pocket type radios until transistors came along. The language in the ad for the radio really covers it all! "Priced at $19.95 and available in five attractive colors. Powerful Super Heterodyne. Built in Wave magnet. Remarkable tone quality. Astonishing reception. Styled like an expensive camera. Advanced Zenith design." Zenith really knew how to market this radio! It is a four-tube battery operated set, and I am including a brand new 67.5 volt battery with the set. The radio is playing clearly picking up all my local stations using the battery as the power supply. It turns on a switch when the top is opened. We all love these old sets to play, but I would be very judicious in playing the radio, as these 67.5V batteries are not cheap! The knobs, grille cloth and handle are original, and the case is in good shape with only has a very small repair to one of the back hinges, mostly out of sight. Another great example of Zenith Radio history. About 7-1/2"W x 4-1/2"D x 3-1/2"H.
Zenith 4K600 "Pocket Radio" (1941)
THIS RADIO HAS BEEN SOLD!
Zenith Pre-War "Pocket Radio" from the spring and summer of 1941, Zenith's first entry into pocket type radios until transistors came along. The language in the ad for the radio really covers it all! "Priced at $19.95 and available in five attractive colors. Powerful Super Heterodyne. Built in Wave magnet. Remarkable tone quality. Astonishing reception. Styled like an expensive camera. Advanced Zenith design." Zenith really knew how to market this radio! It is a four-tube battery operated set, and I am including a brand new 67.5 volt battery with the set. The radio is playing clearly picking up all my local stations using the battery as the power supply. It turns on a switch when the top is opened. We all love these old sets to play, but I would be very judicious in playing the radio, as these 67.5V batteries are not cheap! The knobs, grille cloth and handle are original, and the case is in good shape with only has a very small repair to one of the back hinges, mostly out of sight. Another great example of Zenith Radio history. About 7-1/2"W x 4-1/2"D x 3-1/2"H.
Sold by David Spivey on March 15, 2022
Listed price on date of sale - $174.00
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