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Chassis - Silvertone 4206 item #1815
Unusual Silvertone Model 4206 radio. The chassis is both AM and FM. However, the AM frequencies appeared on the cabinet face itself while the FM frequencies appeared on the dial face itself. So unless you already have a cabinet, without it you can approximate the position of the AM stations but I would just use this as an FM receiver. The FM indicator on the bottom of the dial glows red when the FM band is selected. When the AM band is selected the other pilot lamp glows white and illuminates the outer dial (if you had the cabinet).Nice 8 tube transformer operated set and was completely recapped when I got it. Plays strong on AM, weaker on FM depending on where I locate the power cord (FM antenna coupled to the AC line). Perhaps with an external FM antenna it would perform better. Has its original knobs. Nice chassis for the price

$25.00      condition: good


Guild Spice Chest Radio item #1807
This is a great novelty radio by Guild. It is called the Spice Chest Radio and is a Model 484. This is a tube radio built into a spice chest. Guild made very high quality cabinets using all wood construction (no veneers on this cabinet). There are two working louvered doors and two small actual drawers in the front. This radio is in overall excellent original condition and works fine. Can even be hung on the wall. There is a phono input on the back for a record player (pull out tone control in center to switch on the phono input). I will supply a special cable that plugs into the RCA phono input on the back and then plugs into any 3.5 mm stereo jack like on your IPAD, IPOD, MP3, etc and you can stream music from these devices to the radio. I will also supply a Bluetooth receiver and now your wireless from your Bluetooth device (Smartphone, IPAD etc) to the radio. This is a real conversation piece and sounds as good as it looks.

$125.00      condition: excellent


Motorola 59X11 item #1804
Sharp looking Motorola Model 59X11. I especially like the dashboard radio look and I already have this one in white. The cabinet is in excellent shape with a nice shine and the chassis was rebuilt and the radio plays fine. A pilot lamp illuminates the entire lucite dial and is striking in a dimly lit area. Original knobs and back. Metal escutcheon and dial pointer add to the retro dashboard look.

$75.00      condition: excellent


Motorola 40P Car Radio item #1796
Great find at auction. This is a Motorola Model 40P tube car radio. It was designed to install in a 1941 Pontiac but will fit other cars as well. It is in decent original condition complete with pushbuttons and knobs. The only issue is the plastic dial has shrunk and will need replacing. This car radio has a built in speaker making these favorites to install in older cars as well as using it in your home. Car radios have special circuitry to tune in stations and once this is repaired it will be a great radio. I took off the back to take a pictures so you can see how well preserved it is.

$40.00      condition: fair


Cabinet and Plinth for a Garrard 301 Transcription Turntable item #1794
Nice solid walnut cabinet and plinth for a Garrard 301 transcription turntable. Plenty of room for a transcription length 16' tone arm as well. Looks to be professionally built with a fully sprung suspension. Wood needs cleaning and polishing. Dimensions 24.5" x 19.5" x 10". Brass piano hinge along back. Plinth sold separately for $50.

$100.00      condition: fair


IPOD Cable for Tube Radios with Phono Input item #1790
This is an adapter cable for radios with an RCA phono input that can be used with an IPOD, MP3, IPAD, Smartphone device so you can hear music on your AM radio. The cable is custom made with an RCA phono jack on one end and a 3.5 mm (1/8 inch) stereo jack on the other end. Inside the RCA plug are two resistors to provide a stereo to mono conversion with the appropriate load on your device. You cannot simply use a Y adapter because it will directly short the left and right stereo channels which will blow the output stage on your device. Price is for one cable. Please add $5.00 for first class postage. Also available is a Bluetooth receiver that will accept this cable and then you can have a wireless connection between your IPAD, Smartphone etc and your tube radio. The receiver is $15 additional and comes with a USB charging cable for the internal battery which provides many hours of listening on one charge. First class postage $7.00 for both.

$18.00      condition: excellent


1L6 Tubes for Zenith Transoceanics item #1789
While they last. Used but test at 70% or better (good scale 55-100%) . Add $3 USPS First Class postage (for up to 3 tubes). SORRY SOLD OUT

$20.00      condition: good


1920's Horn Speaker Base and Driver item #1780
Not sure who the maker is but this is a 1920's horn speaker base and driver. Missing the large horn attachment. Driver tests good.

$50.00      condition: fair


Chassis - Unknown Olympic item #1779
This may be an Olympic chassis from a radio record player combination. It has the same tube compliment and layout as a Model 501 but I cannot find that model listed with a record player. The chassis is in good condition with all original parts and features a separate tone control on the left. There is also a switch on the end of a shielded cable that selects radio or phono. The power cord is cut but I jumped one in and I got the radio to play but with hum from the electrolytics so they need replacing at a minimum. Field coil speaker in perfect condition. Nice chassis with RCA phono input so easy to plug in your IPOD or MP3 player.

$25.00      condition: fair


Custom Built Radio in Atwater Kent Cabinet + Horn Speaker item #1778
This is a Radiotiques exclusive which you will not find anywhere else. It is a one of a kind custom built 5 tube radio chassis that was fitted into an Atwater Kent Model 30 receiver. It came from the basement workshop of the late Ed Duda, legendary Chief engineer and amplifier designer of Lafayette Radio Corp. I was lucky to attend an auction and purchase some of his personal collection. The chassis uses the same front controls as the original AK receiver so it has 3 tuning condensors ganged together and turned with one tuning knob calibrated from 1-100. The on/off switch is the same as in the original AK. On the rear are inputs for a speaker, external antenna (it has an internal loop stick), and an RCA jack to plug in a phono, IPOD, MP3 etc. The AK wooden cabinet is in great shape too. Also for sale is an original AK horn speaker (Model H) in great shape that has a PM speaker mounted inside the horn (another Radiotiques exclusive). It was done in such a way that it can be completely removed by the same 3 screws that hold the horn to the throat of the speaker.base. Buy the speaker for an additional $50 (not old separately at this price). The whole system has an exquisite 1920's look and works fine.

$200.00      condition: good

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