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Receiving Tuner

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The Westinghouse "RA" is a radio receiving tuner, one of "Radio Corporation's" (RCA), early offerings. There were 5 production runs of this receiver and first introduced in late 1920. This one is a later version from the last production run in May of 1922. Shown above with Baldwin type "C" headphones and the Westinghouse "DB" detector.

More info for the above can be found in Eric Wenaas fabulous book; "Radiola, the Golden Age of RCA where most of the above information was gleaned from.
 

 < Reproduction instruction sheet other early Westinghouse/RCA  models are available
 
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