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Packard-Bell 46 (1936)


Packard-Bell 46 (1936)

THIS RADIO HAS BEEN SOLD!
Nice detailed stationized dial and a new, bright, mesmerizing green magic eye tube. Beautiful ribbed accents on the left side and a very stylish Art Deco influenced speaker grille. The book-matched veneer top is rather stunning and certainly intricate work for the day. The cabinet has been refinished using the very finest toning and finishing lacquers, producing a lovely luster. The electronics have been completely restored (no shortcut repairs, it is internally fused and has a polarized line cord for your safety), has tonal control, and it sounds and plays very nicely on the AM broadcast band. The shortwave band, which covered 1.5 to 5 megacycles (limited today mainly to ham radio operators), was disabled, a common security practice when a foreign alien was living in the United States when WWII began. By law, radio shops were instructed to disable any radios belonging to this group when servicing their radios. 14-3/4"W x 9"H x 7"D.
Packard-Bell 46 (1936)
THIS RADIO HAS BEEN SOLD!
Nice detailed stationized dial and a new, bright, mesmerizing green magic eye tube. Beautiful ribbed accents on the left side and a very stylish Art Deco influenced speaker grille. The book-matched veneer top is rather stunning and certainly intricate work for the day. The cabinet has been refinished using the very finest toning and finishing lacquers, producing a lovely luster. The electronics have been completely restored (no shortcut repairs, it is internally fused and has a polarized line cord for your safety), has tonal control, and it sounds and plays very nicely on the AM broadcast band. The shortwave band, which covered 1.5 to 5 megacycles (limited today mainly to ham radio operators), was disabled, a common security practice when a foreign alien was living in the United States when WWII began. By law, radio shops were instructed to disable any radios belonging to this group when servicing their radios. 14-3/4"W x 9"H x 7"D.
Sold by David Martin on March 17, 2018
Listed price on date of sale - $335.00
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