Here we have a rare 1937 Majestic model 50 table radio. This Art Deco beauty features a stunning black cherry cabinet, attractive lighted dial, elegant inlays, and excellent performance.Click here to view the eBay auction
Nothing compares to the design, performance, and quality of a Zenith radio. And this is one is no exception. The highly desirable 1941 model 6-S-527 featuring a stunning dark walnut cabinet, attractive black and silver dial, elegant inlays, automatic pushbutton tuning, wood grill louvers, loop antenna and tremendous performance on the AM broadcast and shortwave bands.Click here to view the eBay auction
Here we have an absolutely stunning 1936 Airline model 62-425 table radio. Nicknamed ‘The Indian Head’, due to the grill resembling an Indian with a headdress of feathers, this beauty offers a gorgeous American walnut cabinet, brightly lit dial, great Art Deco appeal, and outstanding performance.Click here to view the eBay auction
In 1942 Philco introduced their first selection of radios capable of receiving the ‘new’ 42–50mc FM band. This FM band only lasted a short while and became obsolete during WWII. FM has since operated in the 88-108mc scale. Due to the above mentioned time frame, and with only a select few of their high end models offering this technology, these sets are getting harder and harder to find these days. But here we offer a stunning example of the first Philco table radio to offer this 42-50mc FM band, as well as the normal AM broadcast and shortwave bands…. A gorgeous 1942 Model 42-350 table radio featuring a beautiful solid walnut cabinet, pillared sides, large wrap around wood grill, bright slide rule dial, pushbutton tuning, loop antenna, and outstanding performance, from the powerful 7 tube chassis, on the AM broadcast and shortwave bands.Click here to view the eBay auction
Nothing beats the style and quality of a Zenith radio, and this one is no exception. One of the last pre WWII productions designed by Robert Budlong, a highly acclaimed Zenith designer, this Art Deco 1942 model 6-D-2620 table radio features a gorgeous American walnut cabinet, ‘humpback’ top, large boomerang black dial, loop antenna, and great performance on the AM broadcast and shortwave bands.
Here we have a stunning 1936 Silvertone model 4563 table radio featuring a beautiful walnut cabinet, attractive ‘ring around the world’ gold dial, pin stripe inlays, great Art Deco appeal, and excellent performance.
Here we have the Cadillac of Zenith’s 1941 line of table radios. This highly sought after model 7-S-633 features a gorgeous dark walnut cabinet, large black dial, wrap around grill, numerous tone controls, automatic tuning, loop antenna, powerful 7 tube chassis, and great performance on the AM broadcast and shortwave bands. Click on the radio's picture for larger and additional views.
Here we have a very rare 1937 Jim Brown model 588 table radio. Manufactured by the Ohio & Tennessee based Jim Brown Stores Inc., this Art Deco set features a stunning dark walnut cabinet, attractive streamline design, bright backlit dial, pinstripe inlays, and excellent performance on the AM broadcast and shortwave bands. Click on the radio's picture for larger and additional views.
Here we have the highly sought after 1937 Crosley ‘Fiver’ model 517 mirror dial table radio. This beautiful set features a gorgeous walnut cabinet, lighted mirror dial which creates stunning reflections and 3D like effect, great Art Deco appeal, original instruction manual, and excellent performance on the AM broadcast and shortwave bands. Click on the radio's picture for larger and additional views.
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.