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Here we have an absolutely stunning 1937 Wilcox Gay 5 tube table radio. In what some say inspired the famous Emerson Mae West radio, this beauty features a gorgeous solid walnut cabinet with side by side round dial and grill with elegant mirror trim. Pinstripe inlays run throughout the cabinet adding to the Art Deco appeal. The bright backlit dial features green and black scales on an ivory background. All letters and numbers on the dial are legible and show little signs of wear. The mirror trim shines nicely and is free from any pitting on both the dial and grill. The radio has received our usual electronic and cabinet restoration and displays beautifully. It also offers outstanding performance on the AM broadcast and shortwave bands. With the included copper line antenna I'm able to receive many stations with good tone and plenty of volume. Click on the radio's picture for larger and additional views. Approximate dimensions are 14" W x 8" H x 6 3/4" D. Price: $495 + S/H. Email us at QualityAntiqueRadios@Gmail.com to purchase or inquire.

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Here we have a rarely seen 1937 Westinghouse 5 tube table radio. This set features a gorgeous walnut cabinet with contrasting jet black trim. An elegant waterfall top coupled with an intricate cut grill adds to the Art Deco appeal. The round gold dial is quite attractive. It is illuminated with a new dial lamp and features a unique sunburst design in the middle with a sleek dial pointer. The radio has received our usual electronic and cabinet restoration and displays beautifully. It also offers excellent performance on the AM broadcast and shortwave bands. With the included copper line antenna I'm able to receive many stations with good tone and plenty of volume. Click on the radio's picture for larger and additional views. Approximate dimensions are 14" W x 7 ½" H x 6" D. Price: $325 + S/H. Email us at QualityAntiqueRadios@Gmail.com to purchase or inquire.

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Here we have a beautiful 1941 Zenith model 6-D-625 ‘Long Distance’ table radio featuring a stunning dark walnut cabinet, zebra stripe inlays, attractive black dial, ‘Z’ knobs, loop antenna, and outstanding performance on the AM broadcast band.

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Starts at 10:30 PM Eastern on 07/28/2014 Ends at 10:30 PM Eastern on 08/07/2014 Click here to view a video of this radio playing
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You’ll be hard pressed to find a nicer example of this Philco classic; the absolutely stunning 1940 model 40-150 featuring a gorgeous walnut cabinet, waterfall top with slant front, bright slide rule dial, automatic pushbutton tuning, loop antenna, and excellent performance on both the AM broadcast and shortwave bands.

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Here we have the Cadillac of Zenith table radios offered in 1939; the highly desirable ‘Stars & Stripes’ model 6-S-321 Long Distance. Nicknamed the 'Stars and Stripes' because of the escutcheon’s base resembling a waving flag surrounded by stars. These subtle Patriotic themes were common with a lot of manufactures just prior to United States entry into WWII. The radio features a stunning walnut cabinet with a beautiful burl grain photo finish, great Art Deco style, spectacular lighted gold dial, automatic pushbutton tuning, weighted fly wheel dial control, and tremendous performance on both the AM broadcast and shortwave bands.

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Here we have a spectacular 1937 Howard model 260 table radio featuring a stunning Art Deco designed walnut cabinet, waterfall top with wrap around grill, lighted black dial housing a bright green magic tuning eye, and excellent performance on both the AM broadcast and shortwave bands.

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Here we have the highly sought after 1935 Crosley model 516 tombstone radio. This set features a gorgeous walnut cabinet with contrasting dark walnut trim and tones. A uniquely grooved top and large grill cut out adds to the Art Deco appeal. The brightly lit dial displays an array of colors from red, white, and blue etched on the dial glass. Coupled with a black background it creates a 3D like effect when illuminated. Quite a spectacular sight! One station call letter can be found on the dial, WLW, which was Crosley's own radio station! WLW's radio tower is in the center of the dial, world globes on either side, the sun on the right, and the moon with stars on the left. The radio has received our usual electronic and cabinet restoration and displays beautifully. It also offers outstanding performance on the AM broadcast and shortwave bands. It receives many stations, near and far, with beautiful tone and plenty of volume. Click on the radio's picture for larger and additional views. Approximate dimensions are 10 ½ W x 11 ¼ H x 7 ½ D. Price: $395 + $20 S/H within the Continental US. International buyers please email me for a shipping quote.