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In addition to radios listed on my For Sale pages, radios in my collection are also available for sale. However, they will be sold by offer only. Due to the rarity of certain radios, restrictions apply.



Hoffman A300 item #1689
This is a Hoffman Model A300. Blond wood case has some nice styling. Original finish mostly intact but some areas on case that have scratches and scuffs. Needs cleaning and polishing and should then look decent (most of the scratches and scuffs will be less noticeable or disappear entirely). Radio powered up and works fine. Transformer powered 6 tube chassis. Full readable schematic on bottom. Original Hoffman knobs. Glass dial had white lettering on top of glass and dark green lettering on underside. Interesting effect but some of the white lettering is worn off. The Hoffman Radio Corp was based in Los Angeles CA and I don't come across to many of their radios here on the East Coast.

$40.00      condition: fair


Books - Philco Radio by Ron Ramirez item #1681
Published 23 years ago at $29.95 and now hard to find at double the price. This collection of Philco radios spans 1928-1942 and is a great reference guide.

$25.00      condition: excellent


Pair of Westinghouse AC/Battery Radios item #1675
For parts or repair. Condition as pictured (white one has a crack down the back). Both powered up and made noise or got a station. Both look to be in original condition. Price is for both.

$20.00      condition: fair


TraVler 55C44 Clock Radio item #1673
Here is a nice looking TraVler Model 55C44 clock radio in a blond wood cabinet. There is some slight edge wear on the cabinet but easily touched up. Radio and clock are both working fine. Looks to be all original including radio and clock knobs and a full undamaged back. You don't see many clock radios in wooden cabinets as nice as this one.

$45.00      condition: good


Zenith G503 "Universal" (1950) item #1663
Introduced in March 1950, this was a companion radio to the G500 Transoceanic. The cabinet has a unique design and engineered to remind users to turn off the radio (you simply close the dial). A little cleaning and polishing (any scuff marks will disappear with black shoe polish) is all this one needs. The radio powered up with a loud hum but I was able to tune in a station so change those electrolytics and you will be back in business. When you open the front the tuning dial pops up and that turns the radio on, and off when you lower the tuning dial (radio shown in raised "on" position). The plastic dial cover has some small stress marks where it contacts the knobs when it is closed. That was a design flaw in these radios so be careful when you close the tuning dial cover. Everything looks original and intact. Very collectible radio.

$50.00      condition: fair


Collectible Radio Book Collection item #1662
Here is a rare opportunity to get 5 of the most sought after and long out of print radio books at one incredible price. Look these up on Amazon and you will see they sell together for $300+ and probably not even in this condition. The 5 hard copy books are in excellent condition with their dust jackets. The incredibly stunning photography will blow you away and wait until you see the radios. Sold as a collection only. Shipping by USPS Media Mail included in price (sorry lower US 48 only)

$100.00      condition: excellent


Emerson 915 item #1661
Nice small Emerson Model 915. White case in good condition with just 2 small areas with some surface wear on the top rear and a tight hairline on one side. Radio has new electrolytics and plays fine. Original knobs, back, and label on bottom.

$25.00      condition: good


Sylvania 433 item #1660
This is a real find. It is a Sylvania Model 433. I have never had one before. The case is red plastic and has lots of surface wear and scratches on the back, but in better condition on the top (just some tape residue) and front grille looks good. No cracks or chips. Plastic carrying handle folded down for pictures but also in good shape. The base to this radio is metal and there are two lock keys on either side that you turn and the base separates from the radio. I powered this baby up and it works, but I would suggest going through the chassis to at least clean and spray the controls and check that everything else looks ok. Everything to the radio looks original. The brass escutcheons surrounding the knobs need cleaning and polishing.

$40.00      condition: fair


Motorola 5J1U item #1659
Small and cute Motorola Model 5J1U. Black plastic case has lots of scratches and surface marks, a small crack and chip off the back bottom right side, and a small crack on the back cover. When you open the back there are two black pieces that hold the cover to the radio and one is broken off (cover still stays shut). It is in better condition once you open the front cover (pretty sharp looking color contrast). The green plastic grille and knobs are not damaged. I powered it up and the radio is working! The leather handle is intact and the two brass handle hinges need polishing. The Motorola emblem on the front is missing some of the gold paint on the left side. All said this is still a very collectible radio, and with some expert restoration will be a sharp addition to your collection.

$45.00      condition: fair


Chassis - Emerson 652B item #1655
Chassis for an Emerson Model 652 Series B. Looks all original and fairly clean. It works but needs new electrolytics.

$20.00      condition: fair

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