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One of the tiniest of the 1930s radios,
measures just under 6" wide.
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Another little beauty from my collection. Painted Bakelite cabinet (original paint), exceptionally clean in near perfect condition. Excellent finish with only a couple of very tiny paint chips, all original sans components (capacitors, resistors etc.) used in my meticulous electronic restoration.
Case: Ivory painted Bakelite
Dial: reverse painted slide rule
Tuning type: inductive, super-het
Power transformer: no
No. of tubes: 4 (5 tube circuit)
Frequency coverage: AM, standard broadcast
Antenna requirements: metal back serves well for local reception, external long wire needed for distant stations
Measurements (approx): 7 x 5 x 4"
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