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parts set

RCA U70 UHF TV Selector item #1154
While not a radio this is still an interesting oldie but goodie. It i an RCA Model U70 UHF Television selector. I assume the way it works is that if your TV gets VHF this converter will add UHF. It has a transformer operated chassis and 4 tubes. Wood case needs some polishing. If you are into vintage televisions this one is for you.

$15.00      condition: fair

Turner Microphone item #1148
Old Turner Microphone Model 252/253. Finish needs cleaning. Chrome around top has some pitting. Tiny screw missing from left hand side of mic and small emblem in center of screen also missing. Switch on bottom seems to work but mic sold untesetd. Original cable intact with connector. Nice display item along with your antique radios.

$10.00      condition: fair

RCA 3X-535 item #1139
Compact RCA Model 3X-535 radio. Red styrene case has some marks and scratches from age but can be fine sanded and polished to remove them, or just cleaned and polished as a totally acceptable alternative. No cracks but a few flea size chips along front. Radio powered up and stations received on top of loud hum so electrolytics need to be changed. Radio has its original knobs (on off volume on side), back and full label on bottom.

$15.00      condition: fair

Chassis - Philco 48-1201 item #1138
Here is a complete chassis + dial + field coil speaker from a Philco Modle 48-1201 "Bing Crosby" radio record player. Untested but in good condition..

$25.00      condition: good

Chassis - Kadette K14 item #1132
Very rare Kadette Model K14 chassis. Looks untouched with all original parts. Even has a small piece of the original brown bakeilte cabinet attached (that is how I determined the correct model number). Chassis has a blue metalic color and no rust. As you can see it is missing the 6 tubes but the sockets are marked with the tube numbers. Speaker cone has small tear but easily repairable. Dial plastic undamaged and dial and pointer look excellent. Dial string is off the pulley. Original knobs but brown coating flaking off.

$50.00      condition: fair

Farnsworth Model Unknown item #1121
Farnsworth radio unknown model number. Bakelite case dirty and needs cleaning polishing and there is a tight crack on the bottom side. Not noticeable when displayed. Cord cut so radio untested but chassis looks complete with tubes (just dusty). Original knobs and back. Dial lens has small crack on left bottom. Priced as a parts set but definately restorable.

$20.00      condition: fair

GE 546PH Clock Radio item #1118
GE Model 546 PH clock radio. Styrene case with nice marbeling needs cleaning and polishing and there are some scuffs and marks on top that will buff out. Neither radio or clock worked when powered up so some repair necessary. Original knobs, clock face and dial in very good condition. Does not look like it was taken apart. Label on bottom.

$15.00      condition: fair

Books - Transistor Novelty Radios item #1103
Out of print book on Transistor Novely Radios by Robert Breed. Complete guide to transistor radios organized into categories such as travel and transportation, advertising, sprots, food and dink, etc. Descriptions, pictures and a price guide. Cover a bit yellowed along edge but otherwise fine.

$15.00      condition: good

Books - Radio Manufacturers of the 1920's 3 Vol Set item #1099
From the Radiotiques archives comes this 3 volume set of Radio Manufacturers of the 1920's by Alan Douglas. Long out of print (1988) and very collectible. Great information and pictures. Perfect reference books to help identify your 1920's radio and give you some details about the company that made it. Conditions are near mint. Price is for set of 3. Free media mail shipping US lower 48 only.

$75.00      condition: excellent

Emerson CJ item #1067
Very small Emerson Model CJ from 1938. Wood case has one area where veneer has started to crack (see first picture upper right) and the right side has split down the center. It is tight and can be easily clamped together and glued. The cord is cut so radio untested but looks complete. Original bullet knobs. Dial plastic undamaged. Dial itself looks good. Very nice radio for restoration

$35.00      condition: fair

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