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Zenith Royal D7000 Transoceanic

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Photo Gallery, make offer if you see an item you like

Emerson  Radio
model 988

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Emerson  Radio
model 847

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Zenith  Radio
model Royal 800

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General Electric all transistor radio
model
P780

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Hoffman "Trans-Solar" Radios
model PP-706 - red,  RP-706 - pink



The US made version of Hoffman's battery/solar cell operated transistor radio.

The 4.2 volt mercury battery originally used in this model has long since been unavailable. I have assembled a substitute battery that works fine and is included with the radio. It also works very well with the solar cell.

Make your own substitute 4.2 battery


Year:
1958
Case: solid colored plastic
Power requirements: battery, 1 - 4.2 volt mercury cell
Frequency coverage: AM
Antenna requirements: built-in loop
Measurements (approx): 6 x 3.5 x 1.75"

no longer available

Ivy Leaguer RARE!

An early, American made transistor radio.

Year: mid-late 1950's
Case: ivory plastic w/gold metal trim
Frequency coverage: AM
Antenna requirements: built-in loop
Measurements (approx): 6.5x4x1.5"

no longer available

Magnavox
model AM-2

Magnavox's first transistor radio. US made by the Magnavox company.

Year: 1956
Case: solid green plastic
Electronic condition: works fine
Power requirements: battery, 1 - 4.2 volt mercury cell
Frequency coverage: AM
Antenna requirements: built-in loop
Measurements (approx): 6 x 3 x 1.5"

part of RadiolaGuy's Collection, not yet for sale


   

Marvel
6YR-15A

A tiny reverse plastic top face.

Year: 1961
Case: Plastic
Frequency coverage: AM
Antenna requirements: built-in loop
Measurements (approx): 3.5 x 2.25 x 1"

no longer available

Motorola "Jet Plane"
7X24W "Power 10"
 

Year: 1959
Case: all metal, vinyl covered, embossed rear cover
Frequency coverage: AM
Antenna requirements: built-in loop in the handle
Measurements (approx): 5.5 x 3.5 x 1.5

no longer available

Philco
T-70-124
New Old Stock

 

Year: 1961
Case: pumpkin color plastic with gold foil inlay
Dial: station numbers molded into the tuning knob
Frequency coverage: AM
Antenna requirements: built-in loop
Measurements (approx): 5.5 x 3.5 x 1.5

no longer available

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with box
 

Regency
TR6 Like NEW w/original box!

I think this was Regency's second generation transistor radio.

Year: 1957
Case: black leather
Frequency coverage: AM
Antenna requirements: built-in loop
Measurements (approx): 7 x 5 x 3"

no longer available

Sony TR-63 
 

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SwitchIT  necklace radio

Not your typical novelty radio with crappy performance.
 

This tiny radio measures just 2.25" diameter and it's not just a novelty. This little marvel features the State-of-the-Art circuitry of it's time. It's a full range Super-heterodyne AM/FM radio with excellent sensitivity and selectivity and clean, clear sound from it's built-in speaker. No headphones needed. You can hang it around your neck and take it with your while hiking or walking.

no longer available




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Alternate view
Rear

Insides

 

Zenith Coat Pocket Transistor Radio
Royal 500D (
White)

The 500 series was  Zenith's first transistorized  pocket radios.  The "D" version is the 3rd generation of the "500" and the only of the first 3 versions to feature improved circuitry (8 transistors). The original model, 500 was hand wired with a metal chassis and had 7 transistors. It  had no circuit boards and was US made.

Year: 1958
Case: white nylon
Frequency coverage: AM,  broadcast band
Power requirements: battery, 4 "AA" cells (not included)
Antenna requirements: has built-in loop
Measurements (approx): 6x3x1.5"

no longer available


 

Zenith Coat Pocket Transistor Radio
Royal 500D (
Maroon)

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Zenith model
Royal 500-H

repro foil name label available


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Zenith model
Royal 500-H


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Zenith Transoceanic
Royal 1000-1

chassis #9HT40Z21

The 1000 series was  Zeniths first transistorized  "Transoceanic" model. 

Year: 1959
Case: metal covered with areas of black genuine leather
Frequency coverage: AM,  broadcast band to 23 MHz in 8 bands
Power requirements: battery, 9 "D" cells or external 12 volt power adaptor (not included)
Antenna requirements: has built-in loop, telescoping rod + removable loop with suction cups for window mounting
Measurements (approx): 12 x 10 x 4"

 no longer available


 

Zenith Transoceanic
Royal 3000-1

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Zenith Royal 7000-1 Radio
Transoceanic


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Zenith Royal 7000 Transoceanic
chassis 18ZT40Z3
 

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