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RCA VICTOR 1939 Worlds Fair Tube Radio

1939 RCA VICTOR New York Worlds Fair Trylon & Perisphere Tube Radio

1G4 Two Tube Regenerative Radio Receiver

1G4 Two Tube Regenerative Radio Receiver

6U8 Regenerative Radio Receiver

6U8 Regenerative Radio Receiver

Arvin Hopalong Cassidy radio

The Arvin model 441-T "Hopalong Cassidy."

Atwater Kent Model 84

Atwater Kent Model 84 cathedral

Book Radio

Book radio in open position.

Catalin Radios, Dewald, Crosley and Sonora

Included are several catalin and novelty radios.

Crosley 54 Repwood Radio

The Crosley model 54 or "New Buddy."

Ekco A22 Radio

One of the series of round Ekco radios produced in England.

Emerson BD-197 or Mae West Radio

This Emerson is nicknamed the Mae West.

Fada 1000 Bullet Butterscotch Catalin Radio

Fada 1000 Bullet Butterscotch Catalin Radio

General Electric GE Model J-82 Cathedral 8 Tube Radio

General Electric GE Model J-82 Cathedral 8 Tube Radio

Hammarlund HQ-180 Shortwave 18 Tube Radio

Hammarlund HQ-180 Shortwave 18 Tube Radio

Hammarlund SP-600 JX 26 Communications Receiver

SP-600 JX 26, 20 Tube Communications Receiver

International Kadette Jewel

International Kadette Jewel from 1935

Jackson Bell 62 Cathedral Radio

The Jackson Bell #62 cathedral from 1930.

Kenmore Cathedral Radio

A very deco cathedral from the 1930s.

Log Cabin Tube Radio by Beco Manufacturing of Chicago

Log Cabin Tube Radio by Beco Manufacturing of Chicago

Majestic "Charlie McCarthy" Tube Radio Model 1

Majestic "Charlie McCarthy" Tube Radio Model 1, 1938

Midwest 18-35 Console Radio

Midwest 18 tube radio manufactured in 1935.

National AGS Shortwave Radio

One of the first complete shortwave receivers by National.

Philco Bar Radio Tube Radiobar

Philco RadioBar, with Philco Model 38-9, 1938 Original price $140

Pye M78F Radio

The Pye M78F is a British radio introduced in 1948.

Radio Lamp Co. Mushroom Radio

A radio and a lamp.

Radio Lamp Co. with White Shade

A radio and a lamp.

Scott All Wave 15 Radio, Tasmam Cabinet

Scott All Wave 15 Radio, Tasmam Cabinet

Sparton 557 or

Sparton 557 or "sled" Tube Radio

Sparton 558 Blue Mirror Radio

Sparton 558 Blue Mirror Radio

Sparton Bluebird Mirror Radio

Sparton #566 or "Bluebird" from 1936.

Willard Gilfillan Cathedral Radio

Willard (Gilfillan) Cathedral Radio

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