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Grebe M-1 (1931)
(wood tube cathedral radio)

Grebe M-1 (1931)

THIS RADIO HAS BEEN SOLD!

Here a super rare M-1 (Serial #1) Grebe Gothic cathedral radio, made by one of the finest of factories of the day. This was the very best radio money could buy. It is a very large and beautiful from front to back & including very clean chassis. Very dramatic design; the whole front panel is sculptured repwood and in wonderful condition. Check out the double waterfall top. Even the bottom wood trim extends around the back side. Grebe was one of the finest names in the early radio business & were high quality sets. This one has all original knobs, dial, grille cloth, speaker, etc. The original grille cloth shows a little wear, but my preference was to leave original (can replace to era correct on request). These radios were very expensive in the Depression years and only the wealthiest could afford such a radio. The chassis has been completely restored, replacing all caps, resistors, & weak tubes, to a factory specs & now plays perfectly. The radio is an extremely sophisticated receiver working on a pair of push/pull #45 triode tubes. High end radio for the high end collector. 20-1/4"H x 18-1/4"W x 12"D.

Grebe M-1 (1931)

THIS RADIO HAS BEEN SOLD!

Here a super rare M-1 (Serial #1) Grebe Gothic cathedral radio, made by one of the finest of factories of the day. This was the very best radio money could buy. It is a very large and beautiful from front to back & including very clean chassis. Very dramatic design; the whole front panel is sculptured repwood and in wonderful condition. Check out the double waterfall top. Even the bottom wood trim extends around the back side. Grebe was one of the finest names in the early radio business & were high quality sets. This one has all original knobs, dial, grille cloth, speaker, etc. The original grille cloth shows a little wear, but my preference was to leave original (can replace to era correct on request). These radios were very expensive in the Depression years and only the wealthiest could afford such a radio. The chassis has been completely restored, replacing all caps, resistors, & weak tubes, to a factory specs & now plays perfectly. The radio is an extremely sophisticated receiver working on a pair of push/pull #45 triode tubes. High end radio for the high end collector. 20-1/4"H x 18-1/4"W x 12"D.

Sold by Tom Hunt on April 22, 2024
Listed price on date of sale - $1,250.00
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