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  • 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.
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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.
  • 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.
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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 perfect Airline Lone Ranger radio from the 1950’s. The cabinet and trim are free of cracks, chips, nicks, hairlines, tube burns, repairs or reproduction parts. The radio was manufactured by the Majestic Radio Co. and sold under the Airlite name brand for the Montgomery Ward stores. It measures 7x6x5”. The radio is currently working but the radio is sold in “As In” condition.  If you intend to listen to this radio on a regular basis, consult a technical specialist.
  • IMG_9683IMG_9682
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    This is the very rare and desirable yellow/tortoise Arvin 532 made in 1938. It is small with unusual design features. The cabinet measures only 9.25x5.5x3.9”. This set is one of our favorite Catalin Radios. The radio is not working and if you intend to listen to it, consult a technical specialist.     Price On Request.
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    This is a very rare and desirable alabaster Tom Thumb model 950-955 made c. 1938. This is a yellow radio polished to a high gloss alabaster finish. The catalin and trim are free of all cracks, chip, nicks, hairlines or replacement parts. Please note the tube burn on top which is typical of the model. This is a very small radio measuring 7.5x5.75x4.24. The radio is sold as not working and if you intend to use it, consult a technical consultant.   Price On Request
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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.
  • IMG_9723IMG_9722
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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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Emerson AU213 “Ingraham” Mini Tombstone Wood.2Emerson AU213 “Ingraham” Mini Tombstone Wood.
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    This is one of our  favorite Emerson “Ingraham” cabinet radios from 1938.  This Saknoffsky designed mini tombstone measures a mere 11.8 inches high and just under 9 inches wide. It is also known as the “Hunchback” because of the cabinet side profile. This 213 is considered a very desirable and relatively rare model and is a “must have” for an Emerson Ingraham collector. This radio is 100% original and complete right down to the rear panel which is almost always missing. As you can tell by the pictures, it is in fantastic condition.
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    This is the finest example of an Emerson AU-213 we have seen. The original finish is in excellent condition and the veneer is tight. The cabinet, manufactured in 1938, is Ingraham designed. The radio measures 12x9x6”. The radio is complete including the original back panel. If you are looking for a top quality radio to add to your collection, this AU-213 is the one. The chassis is sold as not working. Seek the assistance of an electronics specialist if you intend to listen to this radio.