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Firestone S-7403-7 (1941)


Firestone S-7403-7 (1941)

THIS RADIO HAS BEEN SOLD!
Here's an impressive table set sporting the craftsmanship of Emerson's Ingraham line, from the curved in & out grille to the inlaid pin striping on three sides. The pin striping is fully intact and tight, the colorful Art Deco dial face lights up brightly and metal dial pointer is straight The grille bars have a great cut-out pattern and are in excellent condition while the back retains the original Masonite cover. Firestone offered a series of eight or nine radios in 1941 in Ingraham cabinets and this is by far the nicest, in my opinion. A wonderful original finish reveals a beautiful wood grain throughout. This radio has been recently restored electronically & plays with very good volume and selectivity on the AM band. SW will need long antenna, but of course, there is basically nothing on short wave now days. There is a switch to select the shortwave band in the back. The original knobs have felt backing to protect the case and the middle "tone" knob does work, switching from a bass to treble sound. The radio has the original back, knobs, dial, dial cover, speaker, back and chassis. A fantastic collector radio, priced to sell! 12"W x 7-1/2"H x 7"D.
Firestone S-7403-7 (1941)
THIS RADIO HAS BEEN SOLD!
Here's an impressive table set sporting the craftsmanship of Emerson's Ingraham line, from the curved in & out grille to the inlaid pin striping on three sides. The pin striping is fully intact and tight, the colorful Art Deco dial face lights up brightly and metal dial pointer is straight The grille bars have a great cut-out pattern and are in excellent condition while the back retains the original Masonite cover. Firestone offered a series of eight or nine radios in 1941 in Ingraham cabinets and this is by far the nicest, in my opinion. A wonderful original finish reveals a beautiful wood grain throughout. This radio has been recently restored electronically & plays with very good volume and selectivity on the AM band. SW will need long antenna, but of course, there is basically nothing on short wave now days. There is a switch to select the shortwave band in the back. The original knobs have felt backing to protect the case and the middle "tone" knob does work, switching from a bass to treble sound. The radio has the original back, knobs, dial, dial cover, speaker, back and chassis. A fantastic collector radio, priced to sell! 12"W x 7-1/2"H x 7"D.
Sold by Tom Hunt on April 20, 2022
Listed price on date of sale - $399.00
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