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Crosley 14AG (1940-1941)
(wood tube table radio)

Crosley 14AG (1940-1941)

THIS RADIO HAS BEEN SOLD!

At the time this sweet little Crosley 14AG was produced, money was still a little tight for a lot of folks. Many couldn't afford to have a radio in every room so Crosley provided a handle to pick it up and take it to whatever room you were in. The AA5 chassis is a fairly good performer on the internal antenna with a wire for external. The sound is fairly good from the perfect 5-inch speaker. Original finish except on the grille, which I had to strip to repair it. After four overcoats, it is a very nice looking cabinet. Ten years into this I still see a thing or two I haven't seen before, and this one had a couple. I've never seen felt tacked over the chassis screws, or cardboard knob washers. I kept the felt on the bottom but put felt washers behind the knobs. The back cover is not original. My usual thorough chassis restoration with all high testing tubes. This is a real cutie, not terribly common and not terribly expensive. I hope someone will think it was worth the effort to restore. 12"W x 9"H x 7"D.

Crosley 14AG (1940-1941)

THIS RADIO HAS BEEN SOLD!

At the time this sweet little Crosley 14AG was produced, money was still a little tight for a lot of folks. Many couldn't afford to have a radio in every room so Crosley provided a handle to pick it up and take it to whatever room you were in. The AA5 chassis is a fairly good performer on the internal antenna with a wire for external. The sound is fairly good from the perfect 5-inch speaker. Original finish except on the grille, which I had to strip to repair it. After four overcoats, it is a very nice looking cabinet. Ten years into this I still see a thing or two I haven't seen before, and this one had a couple. I've never seen felt tacked over the chassis screws, or cardboard knob washers. I kept the felt on the bottom but put felt washers behind the knobs. The back cover is not original. My usual thorough chassis restoration with all high testing tubes. This is a real cutie, not terribly common and not terribly expensive. I hope someone will think it was worth the effort to restore. 12"W x 9"H x 7"D.

Sold by Mike Boessen on November 4, 2023
Listed price on date of sale - $249.00
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