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Heritage TRF Cathedral (1930)
(wood tube cathedral radio)

Heritage TRF Cathedral (1930)


A fairly typical TRF of the era. There is no identification other than the name "Heritage" on the dial escutcheon. Two tuned RF stages with 24As, a 27 detector, 45 output and 80 rectifier. Broadcast band only. This set has neither required or received much in the way of repairs, so it's virtually all original. Some of the tubes were replaced in 1935. It works about as well as any set of its kind and era. The cabinet is in good condition. The knobs are reproductions cast in black epoxy, in a mold made from a knob of that age. It measures 20"H x 16"W x 10"D.
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