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Radiola radios sold!
|Sold on September 2, 2011|
Listed price on date of sale - $75.00
|In magazines of the day, this model was advertised only in 1924. In 1925, it was replaced by model UZ1325 without the diaphragm adjusting ring, and later in 1925, cone speakers replaced horns in RCA advertising. This speaker appears prominently in conjunction with Radiola receivers in 1924. The price appears to be $36.50 when sold separately. According to the labels, it was manufactured by the General Electric Co., USA, for Radio Corporation. The horn proper was made by The Miller Rubber Co., Akron, Ohio, USA. 24"H x 9"D; bell is 12-1/2" diameter.|
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