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Songbird 4002 item #1583
This is an AirKing sold under the name Songbird. Not sure about exact model but close to a 4002. Wood case has the original finish but there are some areas where it has worn thin. Howards Restor A Finish or Old English will revitalize the finish and make it look more presentable. Chassis uses 6 tubes and although the power cord is starting to crumble I plugged it in and as I brought it up on my variac I got that familiar hum from the leaky electrolytics so a recapping is in order. Should then work fine. Chassis has a phono input on the rear easily converted to a IPOD jack. Original wood knobs, brass escutcheon, plastic dial cover, dial, and grill cloth all in very nice shape. This is not a common radio and will be a nice addition to your collection.

$50.00      condition: fair


Chassis - Delco R1125 item #1582
This is an older Delco Model R1125 transformer operated chassis out of a small wooden radio case. It uses the older tubes (80, 6A7, 75,78,41) so I would date it from the late 1930's (I was surprised to see a GT style 80 rectifier). The good news is that the radio is working but I would still recap. It has the original wood knobs correct for the set. The field coil speaker is in amazing shape and it has the mounted output transformer. Because of the scarcity of these small 5" field coil speakers in this condition I am offering it for sale by itself for $25 or included with the chassis for $40. Also I have the original wood case but it is in rough condition as something spilled on the top causing the veneer to crack and pull away from the top. However it is still fully restorable and I will include it along with the grille cloth if you want it and are willing to pay the additional shipping.

$40.00      condition: fair


Emerson 541 item #1581
Emerson Model 541. Wood case solid but finish on front worn by both knobs. Was able to power up the radio and it worked but still suggest doing a general servicing (chassis on these models slides out from bottom). Those original Emerson knobs on the front are usually missing and hard to find. They will easily clean up. Dial plastic is not cracked and will polish up. Even has the original feet on the bottom.

$35.00      condition: fair


Guild 556 Country Belle Telephone Radio item #1572
Sharp looking Country Belle Telephone radio by Guild, Model 556. Quality built solid wood cabinet is in good shape with just a small slit in the wood on top as you can see (typical of these cabinets). With some more polishing it will look fine. Radio itself is in working condition. When you pick up the ear piece the radio turns on and replace it to turn off (original lever missing but replacement part made and works fine). All parts on the radio are original including wood knobs, cast iron earpiece and mouthpiece with brass trim, brass bells (need some polishing), and brass crank to tune stations. As with all these radios a full copy of the schematic is glued to back of cabinet. A good collectible and interesting conversation piece.

$50.00      condition: good


Parts - Guild Country Belle Telephone Radio item #1570
The following original parts are available for your Guild Country Belle Telephone radio: working chassis ($35), wooden knob set ($15), black cast iron ear receiver with cord ($20), brass bell set ($15), front cast iron and brass mouthpiece ($25), and brass dial crank ($10). Please ask about availability and price.

$1.00      condition: good


Peerless Model 612 Speaker item #1568
Peerless Model 612 speaker. This is the speaker that originally came in a cathedral speaker cabinet. It is the best one I have ever seen - perfect condition and working. Cloth cord intact. Please note you are only buying the speaker.

$25.00      condition: excellent


NOS Radio Power Cords item #1567
NOS black AC line cords with a nonpolarized molded plug. These are original radio equipment and in good shape. Add $3 for first class postage.

$5.00      condition: excellent


Polarized Plugs for Safe AC/DC Radio Operation item #1566
Make your AC/DC radio safe and avoid getting a deadly electrical shock by cutting off your old nonpolarized molded plug and adding one of these NOS brown polarized plugs made by Leviton (style similar to picture). They will handle up to 15A at 125V which is more then you will ever need for a tube radio. Simply identify the side of the AC line cord common with the chassis or B- and make sure you screw that side onto the side of the plug with the wide blade. Then whenever you plug into an electrical outlet you can be assured that your chassis will only be connected to the neutral side of the AC line. Price is for 2 plugs ($3 individually).

$5.00      condition: excellent


Early Metal Speaker item #1561
Early metal speaker probably 1920's unknown make and model. Decent condition but spots on front where paint has flaked off and missing grill cloth from rear (grill cloth on front nice). Got 1400 ohm reading across speaker wires so may work.

$25.00      condition: fair


Airline 62-351 item #1556
Very striking Art Deco Airline Model 62-351. Mottled brown bakelite cabinet has a soft shine with one hairline crack that you can see at the lower left part of the dial. It follows the cabinet down but is not visible unless you look for it. The crack was epoxied from the inside of the cabinet and is no longer an issue. The transformer operated 5 tube chassis (6A8G mixer oscillator, 6K7 IF amplifier, 6Q7G detector, 6K6G audio output, 5W4 rectifier) was serviced including a NOS vintage line cord and new capacitors and it is playing fine. Original knobs and pushbuttons complete the picture. The grille cloth on the back top is a little dirty. On this model the chassis comes out from the bottom. Tuning knob is on the side. Perfect gift to yourself or someone special who has everything except a wonderful vintage radio circa 1939.

$85.00      condition: good

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