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  • Fada Model 1000 Yellow with Red Trim “Bullet” Catalin.
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    This is a wonderful 1945 Fada model 1000 “Bullet” Catalin radio.  It has recently been cleaned and polished to a high gloss finish. This all original radio is in high-quality condition with no cracks, hairlines, tube burns or repairs to the all original Catalin cabinet or trim.  The radio measures 10.5x6x5.33″ and weighs about 5 lbs.  The chassis is sold as not working and the power cord is cut. If you are looking to buy a high-quality classic Catalin radio, this radio will meet your full expectation.
  • Stewart Warner 91-51 “Spade”.
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    Here is the very desirable Stewart Warner 91-51 known as the “Spade”.  This 1940 beauty has an Ingraham Cabinet and a 4-button pre-set, Broadcast band chassis.  This particular radio is in excellent condition with its original finish, grill cloth and knobs.  The cabinet does have one veneer crack on the top right of the cabinet.  The chassis was restored at some point in recent years and plays very well.  The speaker is a replacement.  The sound quality ands reception are both strong.  The radio is sold as working but there is no guarantee on the electronics.  It is suggested that it be checked out by an electronics technician before use.
  • Stewart Warner 91-513 “Spade” Wood.
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    This is a highly desirable Stewart Warner “Spade” in absolutely gorgeous condition.  The cabinet has been thoughtfully refinished and careful attention has been given to all details.  The chassis has been restored and the radio works perfectly.  The sound quality and reception are both strong.  The radio dimensions are 13.5×9.5×8″ and weighs 6 lbs.  If you have been look for a top quality “Spade” to add to your radio collection, here is your opportunity.
  • Addison 2 Black with Yellow Trim Catalin.
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    This is a top quality Addison 2 in Black with white swirling and yellow trim.  This was manufactured in 1940 and is a favorite model of many Catalin radio collectors.  The radio is in perfect condition with no cracks, chips, nicks, hairlines, reproduction parts or repairs.  The radio measures 10x6x5″ and weighs about 3 lbs.  The super clean chassis is sold as not working with the power cord intact.
  • Trophy Baseball Radio
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    This is on of our favorite novelty radio, the Trophy Baseball from 1941.  Trophy also made a bowling ball made of black Bakelite.  This baseball radio is complete right down to the Trophy metal badge on top.  The baseball “cabinet” is made from a cardboard stock and is in great condition with all graphics present.  The radio measures 9.5″ tall by 8.5″ wide.  The left dial knob does have a small crack.  The Bakelite base is perfect with no cracks or hairlines.  The radio does work but there is a pronounced hum. The radio is sold as not working with the power cord
  • G&F Searchlight Novelty Wood.
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    The G&F Searchlight is one of the “Top Dog” of novelties and is in the ultra rare category of antique radios.  It was manufactured in 1938 and because of its fragile construction, only few have survived to this day.  This particular example is in incredible original and complete condition.  It measures 20″ high x 16″ wide.  The circular cabinet is 13″ in diameter. The fun part about this radio is that it can be “posed”. The brass cabinet brace articulates at the base and at the mid-point of the cabinet. You can change the radio face orientation to accommodate many different display options. It even has the original wooden back panel that is often times missing on this model. This back panel is structurally important because it supports the thin cabinet to keep its rounded shape.
  • Trophy Bowling Ball Bakelite.
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    If you enjoy novelity radios, you will like this extra special Trophy Bowling Ball.  This one is complete with the Trophy emblem, side knobs and  finger hole screens. The black bakelite is crack and hairline free and the base is defect free as well.  If you are looking for a radio odity, you can take this one home. The radio is not working and the power cord is cut.
  • Detrola Model 219 “Super Pee Wee” Black with Beetle Trim.
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    You do not often find a Detrola “Super Pee Wee” with a perfect cabinet and trim.  This black version of the 219 is one of them. This radio has no cracks, chips, repairs or hairlines that normally slots plaque the Plaskon and Beetle material it is constructed from.  Please consider this fine example from 1938.  The radio is relatively small with dimensions of only 8x5x5″ and weighing only about 3.5 lbs.  The chassis is sold as working but not electronically restored.
  • Air King Model 66 Skyscraper Brown with Red Speckled Bakelite.
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    Take a look at this radio.  It would be a highlight of any serious radio collection.  This is a gorgeous brown and speckled bakelite Model 66 Skyscraper that is flawless.  This radio originally came with the globes and was later changed to the clock.  There are none of the typical cracks, hairline or other damage that plagues these Air King Skyscrapers.  Please, only serious inquiries on this radio.
  • Air King Model A-600 Green Catalin.
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    This is a really nice Air King Duchess with the desirable green cabinet.  Air King manufactured this model in 1946.  According to Sideli’s book, the applied front panel and grill works of this radio are among the largest parts ever made from Catalin.  This rare green version of the A-600 measures 12.75x8x7″ and weighs about 5 lbs.  This all original and complete radio is in fine condition with no cracks, hairlines or repairs. The chassis is sold as not working with the power cord is present.
  • Zenith 12S266 Console.Zenith 12S266 Console.
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    Offered here is an all original 1938 Zenith 12S266 from 1938.  This gorgeous raduo measures 43×28.6×14.8″ and weighs about 80lbs.  The 12-tube chassis is a “shutter dial” with motortuning.  The shutters action is smooth and the motortuning does work.  The chassis lights up with no sound.  The all original finish is in very nice condition and veneer is tight.
  • E. H. Scott FM Converter.E. H. Scott FM Converter.
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    If you have a E.H. Scott chassis with an old FM tuner, this FM converter will expand your band width to be compatible to modern FM.  This is an original E.H. Scott component and was sold by them as an option.
  • Emerson 214 Clock Ingraham Design.Emerson 214 Clock Ingraham Design.1
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    If you are an Emerson Ingraham radio collector, don’t let this one slip away. This is an ultra-rare Emerson 214 clock made in the late 1930′s-early 1940′s.  The cabinet measures 10×6.5×4″.   It is one of 5 model clocks that where made by Emerson in the likeness of the Emerson Ingraham designed cabinet radios.  These clocks have Ingraham designed  cabinets as well.  This clock is in excellent all original condition.  The power cord is cut.
  • E. H. Scott Jensen Tweeter 5.5″ Speakers.E. H. Scott Jensen Tweeter 5.5″ Speakers.
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    Offered here is a pair of tweeter speakers for an E.H. Scott Allwave 23 chassis.  These speakers were offered by E.H. Scott as an option.  The markings on these 5.5″ diameter speakers are Q47077A and Q47078A.  We understand they are made by Jensen. They are in excellent condition with perfect speaker cones.
  • Zenith 12S245 Chairside.1Zenith 12S245 Chairside.
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    Here is your opportunity to own this beautiful, all original and complete Zenith 12S245 Chairside from 1938.  The finish is original and shows only minor sign of wear from use and age.  The 5 piece wooden knobs set and grill cloths are original as well. The clean chassis is sold as not working.  If you have been looking for this model in top quaility condition, your search has ended with this radio.
  • Zenith 12S370 Console.
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    This beauty has Zephyr grill slats that add an Art Deco flair to the cabinet design.  The cabinet measures 44×29.5×18″ and weighs in at about 85 lbs. This Zenith has its original finish and the cabinet and veneer are both tight.  The original finish shows only minor signs of age with some deterioration on the top left of the cabinet. The 12-tube chassis is ready for restoration and the power cord is cut.