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  • 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.
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    This is a gorgeous Fada model 1000 “bullet” in Onyx and yellow Catalin. Fada made two models of the “bullet”, the pre-war model 115 and the 1000 which was made in 1946. There are subtle differences in the cabinet and the dial.  The bullet cabinet measured 10x6x5″ and weighs about 4 lbs. This onyx and yellow 1000 has no cracks, chips, nicks, repairs, tube burns or reproduction parts. This was recently cleaned, cut and polished to a very high gloss. The chassis is sold as not working and the power cord is behind the rear panel.
  • 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.
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    This Emerson AU-213 is in incredible condition with almost a flawless original finish.  The radio was manufactured my Emerson in 1938 and has an Ingraham deigned cabinet. The cabinet measure 12x9x6" and weighs about 6 lbs. If you are looking to add a top quality wood set to your collection, this is the one to buy.
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    This is a wonderful bright red Emerson Patriot from 1940.  The color scheme is red, white and blue and it is awesome display piece.  The cabinet measures 11x7x5″ and the radio weighs about 4.5 lbs. This radio is in top quality condition with no cracks, hairlines or repairs.  The radio was just cleaned, cut and polished to a high gloss finish so it ready for immediate display. The chassis is sold as not working and the power cord is present but needs to be replaced.  This red version of the model 400 is relatively rare, so take this opportunity to own this one today!
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    Here is a very attractive and modestly price Fada model 653. The radio is in excellent condition with NO CRACKS, CHIPS, NICKS, HAIRLINES, REPRODUCTION PARTS. The overall dimension of the radio are 11x6x5.5" The chassis is not in working condition and the cord is cut. If you plan to listened to this radio, please consult a radio technician.
  • 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.
  • Fry-2Fry-1
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    This is a beautiful example of a International Jewel Kadette model 41 with a tenant grille. The radio is made of bakelite and tenet with no cracks, chips, nicks, hairlines, repairs or reproduction parts. This is an AM radio with a 3 tube chassis. The radio measures 7.7x5.7x4.5”
  • 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.
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    This is one of the best Art Deco radio we have seen. It has all of the design features that captures the Art Deco era.  The finish on the radio is a high-quality original and the chassis play very well (no guarentee of future working condition).  The radio measures 18.5x9x7. This model radio is rare and difficult to find.  This model is the Climax Emerson and they re-branded it for promotional purposes.
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    Offered just in time for Christmas is this Plaskon Airline Rudolph novelty radio from 1951.  It was made by the Montgomery Ward Company from Chicago. This radio is in great shape and it still works too. Even Rudolph’s nose lights up!.  This is a small table top radio measuring only 7.5x6x5.5″. The chassis is working but not electronically restored.  The radio is sold “as is” and with no guarantees of its electronic condition.
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    This is a gorgeous Motorola 51x15 Catalin radio in black and red.  There are no defects to the cabinet or trim including cracks, chips, nicks, hairlines, repairs.  The grille cloth and the dial lens are fresh. The measurements of the radio are 9.74x6x5.75". The power cord is cut and the chassis has not been tested.  The radio is sold as not working
  • 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
  • IMG_9640IMG_9639
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    This is the fabulous Australian ”Empire State” Radio from AWA. The brown bakelite cabinet and matching original knobs are free of cracks, chips, hairlines, repairs or reproduction parts. The radio was manufactured during the period of 1934-1937. The dimensions of the cabinet are 11x10.75x6”. The 5-tube chassis has a single broadcast band. The chassis is sold as not working and if you plan to listen to it, have an electronics specialist do the restoration. The cabinet and chassis will be shipped separately to prevent excessive stress on the cabinet.
  • 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.
  • IMG_9730IMG_9729
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    This is a gorgeous and rare Red and Yellow Addison 2. It has been cut and polished to a very high gloss and is ready immediately for display.. The cabinet and trim are free of cracks, chips, nicks, hairlines, tube turns, hairlines, repairs or reproduction parts. The radio measures 10.25x6x5” and weighs about 5 lbs. The chassis in not working and if you intend to listen to it, please consult a technical specialist. Price on Request.