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Antique Radios For Sale & on eBay Auction

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1946 Zenith Model 6-D-030 - Here we have a stunning 1946 Zenith model 6-D-030 table radio. Designed by the highly acclaimed designers, Charles and Ray Eames, this set features a beautiful dark walnut cabinet, famous boomerang black dial, elegant brass center plate, great Art Deco appeal, and excellent performance across the AM broadcast band.

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eBay auction starts at 10:30 PM eastern on 07/17/2014

eBay auction ends at 10:30 PM eastern on 07/27/2014

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1940 RCA Victor Model T-62 - Here we have a beautiful 1940 RCA Victor Model T-62 table radio featuring a beautiful American Walnut cabinet, bright green magic tuning eye, attractive slide rule dial, push button tuning and outstanding performance on both the AM broadcast and shortwave bands.

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eBay auction starts at 10:30 PM eastern on 07/16/2014

eBay auction ends at 10:30 PM eastern on 07/26/2014

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1940 Philco Model 40-150 - 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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eBay auction starts at 10:00 PM eastern on 07/13/2014

eBay auction ends at 10:00 PM eastern on 07/23/2014

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1941 Zenith Model 6-D-625 - In order to keep pace with Emerson‘s line of elegant Ingraham cabinets, Zenith also contracted the famed cabinet maker to produce cabinets for a few of their models. As is the case for this beautiful 1941 6-D-625 ‘Long Distance’ table radio featuring a stunning solid walnut Ingraham cabinet, superior craftsmanship, attractive black dial, ‘Z’ knobs, loop antenna, and outstanding performance on the AM broadcast band.

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eBay auction starts at 10:30 PM eastern on 07/10/2014

eBay auction ends at 10:30 PM eastern on 07/20/2014

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1937 Stewart Warner Model R-142 - Here we have a beautiful 1937 Stewart Warner model R-142 table radio featuring a stunning black cherry cabinet, bright backlit dial, great Art Deco appeal, and excellent performance on the AM broadcast band.

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1939 Musicaire model CM-443 - Here we have a rarely seen 1939 Musicaire model CM-443 table radio featuring a stunning two tone walnut cabinet, extreme Art Deco style, attractive dial, blonde inlays, pushbutton tuning, loop antenna, and outstanding performance on the AM broadcast and shortwave bands.

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1942 Zenith model 6-D-629 - Nothing beats the quality and craftsmanship 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 stunning 1942 model 6-D-629 features a gorgeous dark walnut cabinet, attractive ‘boomerang’ black dial, pinstripe inlays, great Art Deco appeal, loop antenna, and excellent performance.

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1934 Philco Model 66 - Here we have the highly sought after 1934 Philco model 66 Baby Grand tombstone table radio. This beauty features a gorgeous multi toned walnut & mahogany cabinet, bright backlit dial with shadow pointer, great Art Deco appeal, and excellent performance on the AM broadcast and shortwave bands.

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1934 Lang Mantle Radio - Here we have a very rare 1934 table radio manufactured by the short lived Lang Radio Corporation out of Brooklyn, NY. This little beauty features a stunning dark walnut cabinet, matched butt burl grain front, bright back lit dial, columned sides, and nice performance on the AM broadcast band.

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1938 Philco Model 38-35 - Here we have a gorgeous 1938 Philco model 38-35 tombstone radio featuring a beautiful American Walnut cabinet, eye catching dark walnut tones, blonde inlays, attractive dial, and outstanding performance.

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1940 General Electric Model L-660 - Here we have one of my favorite radio designs of all time! An absolutely stunning 1940 General Electric model L-660 table radio featuring a genuine American Walnut cabinet, waterfall top that leads to a slanted front, solid wood pillared sides, top mounted speaker, lighted slide rule dial housed in an amazing chrome escutcheon that is reminiscent of the instrument panels used in cars from that era, electronic pushbutton tuning, loop antenna, and great performance.

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1937 Monarch Mini Tombstone - Here we have a rare 1937 Monarch mini tombstone radio featuring a beautiful walnut cabinet, attractive multi colored backlit dial, great Art Deco appeal, and excellent performance.

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1939 Zenith 'Stars & Stripes' Model 6-S-321 - 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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1937 Howard Model 260 - 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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CHARITY AUCTION (ENDED / SOLD)

1935 Aetna Mantle Radio - Very rare mantle radio featuring a stunning trapezoid designed walnut cabinet, beautiful wood grain, eye catching inlays, intricate bell shaped grill, and gorgeous dial. This radio is being sold for display purposes only and 50% of the auction's proceeds will be donated to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.

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Antique Radio Restorations

From consoles to table radios and cathedrals to tombstones, we will bring your antique radio back to life with a professional cabinet restoration and/or electronic restoration.

About our cabinet restorations: Radio cabinets undergo a vigorous restoration process. Our goal is to maintain the natural beauty of the wood and grain, while providing a deep luster and shine. We achieve this by removing all the old and worn lacquers and stains. We then sand the cabinet with fine grit pads down to the original bare wood. All nicks, chips, and blemishes are filled and/or blended. Any loose veneer is re-secured. New stains and sealers are applied by hand. We continue by using a minimum 12 coats of Mohawk brand lacquers and toners. We use a nitrocellulose piano type lacquer which is applied through a professional HVLP turbine spray system in a climate controlled room. Nitrocellulose lacquer is very thin. We also apply very thin coats. This allows the lacquer to seep into the grain and not cover it up. A 1000, 2000, & 4000 grit wet sanding follows every third coat. The cabinet is finished off with a three step polishing process ending with an Oz glaze rub. Many hours of work are put into the radios, but as you can see, the final outcome is a beautiful, natural looking cabinet with gorgeous luster& shine. Our radios are a great piece of history that come to you ready to proudly display, as well as listen to, in any room of the home or office.

About our electronic restorations: All tubes are tested with any weak tubes being replaced. All caps, filters, and resistors are checked and replaced as needed. All brittle or bare wiring is replaced or re-insulated. The chassis is cleaned, lubed, and re-aligned for optimal performance. A 60 day warranty is included on all the tubes, capacitors, resistors, and filters. Due to age and design of some antique radio parts we cannot warranty transformers, coils, and speakers. However, if at any time these parts would happen to fail, we will assist in repairing or replacing the defective part at minimal cost.

We have many suppliers to obtain the specific parts necessary for the restoration of your radio. This includes, but not limited to, all the proper electronic parts, knobs, grill cloth, dial covers, etc. The price of a cabinet and/or electronic restoration varies from the size of the radio to the condition.

By emailing us with a detailed description of the condition of your radio, inside and out, we can give you an accurate estimate. If possible, please attach several photos. ½ the payment is due upon the start of the restoration with the remaining balance (plus return shipping) due upon completion. You may ship your radio to us or drop it off. Turnaround time is generally 2- 4 weeks for table radios and 3-6 weeks for consoles.

EMAIL us at QualityAntiqueRadios@Gmail.com for a quote, question, or to get started!

We specialize in antique radios. We make sure they are ready for your displaying and listening pleasure. We have sold and restored many sets for our valued customers, museums, high profile businesses, and as TV/Movie props. All have been extremely pleased, so proceed with confidence!

Antique Radio Electronics, whether restored or un-restored, are by nature hazardous due to their voltage, design and age. Any operation, repairs or other adjustments are done at your own risk.

A 30 day warranty is included on all the tubes, capacitors, resistors, and filters. Due to age and design of some antique radio parts we cannot warranty transformers, coils, and speakers. However, if at any time these parts would happen to fail, we will assist in repairing or replacing the defective part at minimal cost.

 

 

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