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Arvin 451 or 450-TL Arvin 451 or 450-TL.   Stamped over the original 451 sticker is: Model 450-TL; Chassis RE281-1; Indiana, USA, 1950. In beautiful Battleship Gray. No cracks, breaks or deep scratches; there are small scratches all over the paint, and tape mark on the bottom. The right dial is missing a gold-tone cover from the front. When we plugged it in, the light came on and there was loud humming, but no stations. The dials move fine. Needs cleaning. I think this little gal is adorable. 11"W x 6-1/4"H x 5"D. We accept PayPal; please remit within seven days of sale. Prices do not include shipping or insurance. Radio will be securely packed, then shipped USPS.  James Marx.   E-mail: JWMarx001@gmail.com  $100.00 OBO.  (ends 12/21/2018)  (0000135)

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Bendix Aviation Corp. 300W Bendix Aviation Corp. 300W.   This is a cream/ivory color radio for sale. The sticker on the bottom says: Superheterodyne; Baltimore, MD. There is wear around the dials, and a bit of paint(?) on the right upper side. There are several spots where paint has been rubbed or scratched off-nothing deep. No cracks or chips. When we plugged it in, it did not respond. The left dial moves freely; center dial moves to three positions, the right dial is stiff. It needs a cleaning as it has been wrapped and stored for about 10 years. Please message us if you have any questions. 12-1/2"W x 8-1/2"H x 8"D. We inherited several radios, and are selling 16 of them as is. We accept PayPal. Please remit within seven days of sale. Prices do not include shipping or insurance. Radio will be securely packed, then shipped USPS or FedEx; we welcome your choice, otherwise we'll find the best price.  James Marx.   E-mail: JWMarx001@gmail.com  $100.00 OBO.  (ends 12/21/2018)  (0000136)
Bulova 2YC-23 AM/SW 7-Transistor Radio (1959) Bulova 2YC-23 AM/SW 7-Transistor Radio (1959).   The very first radio I bought was one identical to this; that was in 1959. Cost me $60, which was a lot for a high school student back then (I lost it along the way). I bought this as a memento, and it works on AM using internal antenna, but needs a whip or wire antenna for SW. Tuning is "scratchy" at places; would benefit from a tuneup. It is missing the leather case, whip antenna and nut at the antenna port. Has what looks like a cigarette burn near the antenna port. I found another with the case and antenna and had it rebuilt, so this is an extra. I think it is a rare radio. Except for the burn is in excellent condition and quite heavy. Nice chrome front. Uses four "AA" batteries. 6"W x 3-1/4"H x 1-5/8"D.  Phil Bartells.   E-mail: pbartells@verizon.net  $59.95.  (ends 12/21/2018)  (0000098)

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Channel Master 6506 AM Transistor Radio (1959) (1 of 2) Channel Master 6506 AM Transistor Radio (1959) (1 of 2).   1959 Channel Master 6506 AM 6-Transistor radio. I restored this radio with all brand new electrolytic capacitors. Replaced the battery clip with new heavy duty clip. Replaced the battery holder with brand new one. Radio requires four "AA" batteries (not included). Retuned the circuits, cleaned the radio inside, and out. The audio is clear, and goes to full volume. Receives lots of AM broadcast radio stations across the entire band. Great radio to have during power outages. There is one repaired crack. No other dents or chips. Shipping: Flat rate $10 Domestic U.S. only.  Lenny Bickford.   E-mail: radiomannh@gmail.com  $25.00.  (ends 12/21/2018)  (0000052)
Channel Master 6506 AM Transistor Radio (1959) (2 of 2) Channel Master 6506 AM Transistor Radio (1959) (2 of 2).   1959 Channel Master 6506 AM 6-Transistor radio. I restored this radio with all brand new electrolytic capacitors. Replaced the battery clip with new heavy duty one. Replaced battery holder with brand new one. Retuned the circuits. Cleaned the radio inside, and out. The audio is clear, and goes to full volume. Radio receives lots of AM broadcast radio stations across the entire AM band. Great radio to have during power outage. Radio requires four "AA" batteries (not included). There is one chip in the rear of the radio. The rest of the case is NO dents, chips, or cracks. Shipping: Flat rate $10 Domestic U.S. only.  Lenny Bickford.   E-mail: radiomannh@gmail.com  $25.00.  (ends 12/21/2018)  (0000053)
Channel Master 6506 Transistor radio Channel Master 6506 Transistor radio.   Channel Master transistor radio circa 1960. Red, with leather case. Nice shape cosmetically no cracks no chips. Has 9v connector but missing little plug in AA battery box so it is untested probably not working.  Don Maurer.   E-mail: dmradios@aol.com  $25.00.  (ends 12/21/2018)  (0000020)
Channel Master 6506B AM Transistor Radio (1963) Channel Master 6506B AM Transistor Radio (1963).   Rare 1963 Channel Master 6506B AM 6-transistor Radio. You don't see too many of this model. There are a few differences in this radio over the original 6506. Only one output for earphones. Different Logo on front. Leather case has felt inside. The electronic circuit is the same. I replaced all the electrolytic caps with brand new ones. Replaced the battery clip with new heavy duty one. Replaced the battery holder with brand new one. Radio requires four "AA" batteries (not included). Audio is clear, and goes to full volume. There are NO chips, cracks, or dents. Radio receives lots of AM broadcast stations across the entire AM band. Great radio to have during power outages. Shipping: Flat rate $10 Domestic U.S. only.  Lenny Bickford.   E-mail: radiomannh@gmail.com  $35.00.  (ends 12/21/2018)  (0000054)
Channel Master 6509 Pocket Transistor (1960) Channel Master 6509 Pocket Transistor (1960).   1960 Channel Master six-transistor AM pocket radio. Restored with all brand new electrolytic capacitors, new 9 volt battery clip. Retuned circuits. This is quite the little receiver. Audio is clear, and goes to full volume. You won't have to strain to hear this little spitfire. I was able to receive lots of AM broadcast radio stations across the entire band. The radio is clean inside, and out. There are no chips, dents, or cracks in the plastic. It is missing the logo. Radio comes with nice leather case, and ear phone with leather pouch. Add $8 for domestic shipping.  Lenny Bickford.   E-mail: radiomannh@gmail.com  $29.95.  (ends 12/21/2018)  (0000115)
Cow (test ad) Cow (test ad).   This is a test ad. The cow is not really for sale. Who ever heard of a portable electronic cow?  Steve Adams.   E-mail: steve@radioattic.com  $555.00.  (ends 12/21/2018)  (9999999)

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Emerson 509 Table Radio (1945/46) Emerson 509 Table Radio (1945/46).   This is a nice tabletop radio that has been restored and works quite well. It has been completely recapped, all resistors and tubes checked and replaced as needed. Featuring five tubes and Super-Heterodyne design, it has the Broadcast band only. Has a loop antenna with original knobs, dial and speaker. Unsightly chip on the top right keeps me from listing on my Radio Attic site. 30 day warranty. Aux input cable (iPod, CD player, etc.) can be added for $25, and can be used with a Bluetooth receiver to stream tunes to the radio from your phone or other Bluetooth equipped device. 10-1/2"W x 7"H x 5-1/2"D.  Phil Bartells.   E-mail: pbartells@verizon.net  $125.00 OBO.  (ends 12/21/2018)  (0000134)
Emerson Vanguard 888 Transistor Radio (1958) Emerson Vanguard 888 Transistor Radio (1958).   Vintage 1958 Emerson Vanguard Model 888 6-transistor AM radio. I restored this radio with all brand new electrolytic capacitors. Replaced old worn wiring. Repaired battery tube. Retuned the circuits. Cleaned entire radio inside, and out. Radio receives lots of AM broadcast radio stations across the entire band. Audio is clear, and goes to full volume. I am listening to it right now, as I write this up. There is one chip in upper left rear case. The rest of the radio is good, NO cracks,or chips. The rocket outline is mostly visible. This radio requires 4 "AA" batteries (not included). Shipping: Flat rate $10.00  Lenny Bickford.   E-mail: radiomannh@gmail.com  $44.00.  (ends 12/21/2018)  (0000027)

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General Electric 50 Clock Radio (1946) General Electric 50 Clock Radio (1946).   1946 General Electric model 50 Bakelite vacuum tube radio clock, minor paint wear but no cracks no chips. Nice red knobs, tries to play but sound low so needs repair.   E-mail: dmradios@aol.com  $35.00.  (ends 12/21/2018)  (0000070)

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Howard Green Diamond Cathedral Howard Green Diamond Cathedral.   Rare Howard Green Diamond Cathedral. Electrically restored, works great, beautiful cabinet missing escutcheon, chassis super clean. Sold as is. Accept postal money orders only. No PayPal. Shipping extra.  Francis Manning.   E-mail: fmanning10@yahoo.com  $125.00 OBO.  (ends 12/21/2018)  (0000133)

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Motorola 5P23E-1 Roto-Tenna Motorola 5P23E-1 Roto-Tenna.   This is a creative little portable radio. Roto-Tenna is missing the left knob and right number face. Made c1959. The antenna is in the handle, and the handle rotates (hence, roto-tenna). There is no battery installed, and no battery corrosion. I love this little radio; so clever! Expected wear as this was obviously a well-loved, well-used portable radio. There are abrasions, paint transfers and two cracks on the plastic front, plus small cracks at the 11 o'clock position of the dial. The detachable cord plugs into the radio, and the outlet as designed-both ends. The on/off dial on the left is missing, but I turned the peg and it moved freely, but did not turn on. The dial on the right turns fine. The handle moves great. Needs cleaning. 10-1/4"W x 9"H x 3"D. Please contact us with any questions. We are selling several radios as is, and don't know much about them. We are happy to send additional photos and information. We accept PayPal. Please remit within seven days of sale. Prices do not include shipping or insurance. Radio will be securely packed, then shipped USPS or FedEx-we welcome your choice, otherwise we'll find the best price.  James Marx.   E-mail: JWMarx001@gmail.com  $50.00 OBO.  (ends 12/21/2018)  (0000137)
Mystery Radio Mystery Radio.   1950's AC-DC radio. Complete and restored including tube testing, capacitor replacement, alignment, etc. However intermittent operation after warm-up. You troubleshoot and fix and end up with nice radio.  Al Guy.   E-mail: alguy93428@gmail.com  $45.00.  (ends 12/21/2018)  (0000009)

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Olympic Opta Bella Lexus 5711W Olympic Opta Bella Lexus 5711W.   Made in West Germany c1958. All buttons move. This is an impressive radio. Buttons are for AM, FM, Short Wave, and Broadcast. The case seems to be in excellent condition; no cracks or breaks. The mesh front doesn't have any damage. The left front dial is missing a small gold-toned cover. When we plugged it in, it did not turn on. The dials on the left: both rings move freely. The dials on the right: both rings move freely. The smaller buttons: Bass, Jazz, Voice and Orch. all depress correctly. The larger buttons: OFF, PH, BC, SW, FM all seem to depress correctly. The "Off" button does not remain down, but I'm not sure if it's supposed to. 15"W x 10-1/4"H x 8-1/2"D. We accept PayPal. Please remit within seven days of sale. Radio needs cleaning, and is sold "as-is." Please contact us with any questions; we're happy to send more photos and information. Prices do not include shipping or insurance. Radio will be securely packed, then shipped USPS or FedEx. We welcome your choice of carriers, otherwise we'll find the best price.  James Marx.   E-mail: JWMarx001@gmail.com  $275.00 OBO.  (ends 12/21/2018)  (0000138)

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Philco 21 Cathedral Philco 21 Cathedral.   Philco 21 cathedral beautiful condition, looks brand new chassis is clean; no rust. original balloon 80 tube. works with very low hum. Sold as is, accept postal money orders only. No PayPal. Shipping extra.  Francis Manning.   E-mail: fmanning10@yahoo.com  $90.00 OBO.  (ends 12/21/2018)  (0000132)
Philco 42-PT2 Philco 42-PT2.   Adorable brown Bakelite radio for sale. Marked inside on the back: "Part No. 39-6694." Embossed on the backing board: "27 9817." It is missing both knobs. The back is pushed in. Please see photos. There are some scuffs, no cracks, no breaks, no deep scratches. There is very small paint splatter; some dots came off with gentle coaxing. When we plugged it in, it turned on & hummed. No light. The dial posts move but are stiff. 11-1/2"W x 7-1/4"H x 6"D. We accept PayPal. Please remit within seven days of sale. Radio needs cleaning, and is sold "as-is." Please contact us with any questions; we're happy to send more photos and information. Prices do not include shipping or insurance. Radio will be securely packed, then shipped USPS or FedEx. We welcome your choice of carriers, otherwise we'll find the best price.  James Marx.   E-mail: JWMarx001@gmail.com  $50.00 OBO.  (ends 12/21/2018)  (0000141)
Philco 46-420 Philco 46-420.   A handsome cream-colored tank of a radio for sale. I love the shape of this one. There is a rounded dial with top-mounted knobs. Made in 1946. Stamped on the bottom: 54-7097. There is chipped paint, but the case is free of cracks and breaks. The cardboard on the back has some cracking, but it is still in one piece. The cord is stowed in the back, left hole. When we plugged it in, it turned on and found stations to play! There is static and humming. It lights up. The super-cool station indicator illuminates the area under the numbers. 12"W x 7-3/4"H x 6-3/4"D. We accept PayPal. Please remit within seven days of sale. Radio needs cleaning, and is sold "as-is." Please contact us with any questions; we're happy to send more photos and information. Prices do not include shipping or insurance. Radio will be securely packed, then shipped USPS or FedEx. We welcome your choice of carriers, otherwise we'll find the best price.  James Marx.   E-mail: JWMarx001@gmail.com  $100.00 OBO.  (ends 12/21/2018)  (0000140)
Philco 52-940 Philco 52-940.   Brown Bakelite radio with a "Sunrise Dial." The sticker on the bottom is partial; shows model number, "Code 121," and more. The case looks outstanding. No cracks, chips or breaks. The dials are clear and attractive. The gold-tone fascia has some tarnishing, but looks good and straight. The great big arch is free of damage. Beautiful! Needs cleaning inside and out. When we plugged it in, it turned on. The dials both work fine w/left dial being very smooth; it turns the unit on & off. The right dial is a bit more firm, but it turns the radio station indicator just fine. There is a loud humming, and it wants to find a station, but can't quite find it. The lights do not come on. 13-1/4"W x 7-3/4"H x 7-3/4"D. We accept PayPal. Please remit within seven days of sale. Radio needs cleaning, and is sold "as-is." Please contact us with any questions; we're happy to send more photos and information. Prices do not include shipping or insurance. Radio will be securely packed, then shipped USPS or FedEx. We welcome your choice of carriers, otherwise we'll find the best price.  James Marx.   E-mail: JWMarx001@gmail.com  $175.00 OBO.  (ends 12/21/2018)  (0000139)
Philco 54C Philco 54C.   Refinished at some point in the past, it looks like some veneer has been removed. It plays local stations with some squeal and pop so I'm sure it needs some capacitor attention at least.  Jeff Moreland.   E-mail: metroman97@gmail.com  $65.00.  (ends 12/21/2018)  (0000021)
Philco 89 Lowboy Philco 89 Lowboy.   This radio has been in the family since about 1938. It has not been used for many years and some tubes are missing, but the cabinet, chassis, and speaker are intact.   E-mail: herb@eventhorizons.com  $50.00 OBO.  (ends 12/21/2018)  (0000152)

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RCA 3-RH-31 Pocket Transistor RCA 3-RH-31 Pocket Transistor.   Six-transistor AM pocket radio. Restored with all brand new electrolytic capacitors. Replaced other components as needed with new parts. Audio is clear, and goes to full volume. Re-tuned, cleaned, and tested. Received lots of AM broadcast stations across the entire band. Requires 4.5 Volt battery (not included). No chips or cracks in the plastic. Silver grille has no dents. There are scratches. I accept PayPal, or Postal money orders. Flat rate shipping $8 to continental US only.  Lenny Bickford.   E-mail: radiomannh@gmail.com  $40.00.  (ends 12/21/2018)  (0000096)
RCA 66X1 RCA 66X1.   Stunning styling on this RCA radio. The Bakelite case is outstanding, with expected wear. There are a couple of small paint dots and the whole thing needs cleaning. The original grille looks very good with no tears. There's a funny little divot on the dial on the right; it looks like it was touched with a soldering iron. A small bit has unobtrusively chipped off the bottom left side. The pull-chain turns the unit on and off. Radio turns on with humming. Dial on the left moves. Dial in the center effectively moves the super-groovy "L-shaped" station indicator needle. The dial on the right has three positions: humming, louder humming, humming again. The cord is frayed. 15"W x 8-3/4"H x 7-1/4"D. We accept PayPal. Please remit within seven days of sale. Radio needs cleaning, and is sold "as-is." Please contact us with any questions; we're happy to send more photos and information. Prices do not include shipping or insurance. Radio will be securely packed, then shipped USPS or FedEx. We welcome your choice of carriers, otherwise we'll find the best price.  James Marx.   E-mail: JWMarx001@gmail.com  $80.00 OBO.  (ends 12/21/2018)  (0000149)
RCA Victor 3-RD-35 Clock Radio (About 1960) RCA Victor 3-RD-35 Clock Radio (About 1960).   This is a working five-tube clock radio from about 1960. It has been re-capped and has a full set of good tubes. The cabinet looks pretty nice. The only visible flaw is a crack on the very side of the clock cover. Looking at the unit head-on this is not seen (see pictures). The clock motor runs quietly. The radio is working well, but might benefit from just a little more tweaking on the alignment. The PC board has a bit of darkening around the 50C5 and 35W4 tubes, as is typical of PC board based sets of this time period. All in all, a decent tube type (five-tube) clock radio at an affordable price. This is well suited to a radio hobbyist who likes the styling and color of this unit. A cheater cord is included. Double-boxed shipping is an additional $25. This sounds expensive, but there is absolutely no profit being made on shipping. Properly packing and shipping a delicate and sometimes heavy item simply is not cheap. PayPal only, please. I'll be out of town until May 10 but I'll reply to e-mails as soon as I return.  Greg Plant.   E-mail: texasradiorestoration@gmail.com  $35.00.  (ends 12/21/2018)  (0000062)
RCA Victor 65-X2 RCA Victor 65-X2.   Ivory colored radio for sale. Art Deco numbers in white against a dark red background. Both dials look great and work. The left dial turns to the on and off positions, and badly controls volume. The right dial moves the tuning needle. The case is in very good condition: no cracks, notable scratches or breaks. There are just a few paint chips, but really very nice. Inside, in ink, "RC1034" and "B274" are stamped at the bottom. "273702" is stamped in ink inside-left. Then stamped into the metal: stylized "R" "451" "920322 501." I believe chassis 1034 is the 1st production run of the 65X2 Models. The cord looks like it's been replaced. Powers up, lights up and made me grin like a fool. There is static and squawking, but it did find some stations. 12"W x 7"H x 7"D. We accept PayPal. Please remit within seven days of sale. Radio needs cleaning, and is sold "as-is." Please contact us with any questions; we're happy to send more photos and information. Prices do not include shipping or insurance. Radio will be securely packed, then shipped USPS or FedEx. We welcome your choice of carriers, otherwise we'll find the best price.  James Marx.   E-mail: JWMarx001@gmail.com  $75.00 OBO.  (ends 12/21/2018)  (0000142)
RCA Victor 66BX "Globe Trotter" RCA Victor 66BX "Globe Trotter".   Globe Trotter portable radio with really cool integral dials. The display is protected by the rounded slide-down cover. Made of aircraft aluminum and Bakelite. The back opens for access; just a neat little 9-pound portable radio. Uses 9v & 90V batteries or AC power. Model number is stamped into the metal at the bottom by the feet. To open, one slides the feet like a suitcase. The left side is stiff. Needs cleaning; expected wear for an oft-used portable. Looks nice, and back cover has expected dents. Gold-tone dial on the left moves smoothly. Right side gold-tone dial moves more tightly, and moves the station indicator needle. The little rounded cover opens nicely. When we plugged it in, there was no response. 13-1/2"W x 10-1/2"H x 5-1/2"D. We accept PayPal. Please remit within seven days of sale. Radio needs cleaning, and is sold "as-is." Please contact us with any questions; we're happy to send more photos and information. Prices do not include shipping or insurance. Radio will be securely packed, then shipped USPS or FedEx. We welcome your choice of carriers, otherwise we'll find the best price.  James Marx.   E-mail: JWMarx001@gmail.com  $35.00 OBO.  (ends 12/21/2018)  (0000143)
RCA Victor 9X571 "Bullhorn" RCA Victor 9X571 "Bullhorn".   RC1079 "Bullhorn" maroon Bakelite radio (with wood-look facade) case is outstanding on four sides. The front has dents and scratches. Bullhorn is cracked at the 7-o'clock position on two rings, a scratch at 6-o'clock of the inner ring. A scratch or dirt at 5-o'clock on the outer ring. The rings feel solid and without chips. Even with the imperfections, this is a stunning radio! The left, rear dial is the on/off, and it holds those positions. The volume dial is at left, front and moves easily. The tuning dial is on the right side and moves well, as does the tuning needle. Due to the disintegrating cord, we did not plug it in. Inside the radio, boldly printed in ink: "RC1079" and "B274." 12-1/2"W x 10"H x 8-1/4"D. We accept PayPal. Please remit within seven days of sale. Radio needs cleaning, and is sold "as-is." Please contact us with any questions; we're happy to send more photos and information. Prices do not include shipping or insurance. Radio will be securely packed, then shipped USPS or FedEx. We welcome your choice of carriers, otherwise we'll find the best price.  James Marx.   E-mail: JWMarx001@gmail.com  $85.00 OBO.  (ends 12/21/2018)  (0000148)
RCA Victor A274 45rpm Turntable RCA Victor A274 45rpm Turntable.   Here's a cute little brown Bakelite turntable for sale. There are some scratches on top; no cracks or chips. There is electrical tape on the power cord, inside. The arm should rest on a post that is missing. It powers up quickly. The turntable turns, arm moves, and there is a stylus. The on/off dial on the right side moves easily into the on/off positions. The silver button on the front depresses and returns easily. There are no speakers but the wire is present. I don't have any 45s to play, so I haven't tested the player. Inside the unit is a sticker that is printed: "A274" and stamped, "010." The arm and turntable are made of a gold-toned plastic. The top of the turntable is a red vinyl-looking piece that seems permanently affixed. 9-1/4"W x 6-1/2"H x 6-3/4"D. We accept PayPal. Please remit within seven days of sale. Radio needs cleaning, and is sold "as-is." Please contact us with any questions; we're happy to send more photos and information. Prices do not include shipping or insurance. Radio will be securely packed, then shipped USPS or FedEx. We welcome your choice of carriers, otherwise we'll find the best price.  James Marx.   E-mail: JWMarx001@gmail.com  $50.00 OBO.  (ends 12/21/2018)  (0000150)

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Scott 6T11A Projection TV (about 1949) Scott 6T11A Projection TV (about 1949).   Scott 6T11A projection television. This was not working when I originally acquired it about 1955 because the high voltage power supply had failed. Based on a magazine article (which I no longer have), probably in Popular Electronics, I was going to convert it to a field-sequential color TV. Never finished the project (though I still have the parts) and did not repair the power supply. As far as I know the TV is complete and can be restored.   E-mail: herb@eventhorizons.com  $50.00 OBO.  (ends 12/21/2018)  (0000153)
Silvertone 3025 Clock Radio Silvertone 3025 Clock Radio.   Silvertone clock-radio, originally sold only at Sears, Roebuck & Co., c1953-55. I did a cursory cleaning; Bakelite cleans up so beautifully. There is label gum and a couple of small paint transfers/scratches. The case is mostly good, but dirty. Except for the bottom rear corner which has been broken off and taped back together. (There's a missing piece; the damage is hard to photograph.) There's also a crack below the bottom, right dial. When we plugged it in, it powered up. There was a short, faint hum, and a small vibration that the power was still on for the clock. The dial on the left moves, though not smoothly. There is no "on/off" position. The dial on the right moves great, and the arrow is really neat. 10-3/8"W x 8"H x 5"D. We accept PayPal. Please remit within seven days of sale. Radio needs cleaning, and is sold "as-is." Please contact us with any questions; we're happy to send more photos and information. Prices do not include shipping or insurance. Radio will be securely packed, then shipped USPS or FedEx. We welcome your choice of carriers, otherwise we'll find the best price.  James Marx.   E-mail: JWMarx001@gmail.com  $40.00 OBO.  (ends 12/21/2018)  (0000144)

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Westinghouse H210L5 "Space Maker" Westinghouse H210L5 "Space Maker".   Beige and brown Space Maker c1966. I plugged it in for a few hours, set the clock and it kept time. The button on the top depresses fine. The clock dial on the front moves to all three positions: Auto, Off and On. It needs cleaning. The case looks terrific. No breaks or stains, but I found a 3/4" scratch above, and to the right, of the bottom-left dial. It powers up, and makes a very quiet humming. The second hand moves, the volume dial on the left moves, but does not make sound, and the station selector dial on the right moves freely (but did not find a station). 8-1/2"H x 7-1/4"W x 4-1/8"D. We accept PayPal. Please remit within seven days of sale. Radio needs cleaning, and is sold "as-is." Please contact us with any questions; we're happy to send more photos and information. Prices do not include shipping or insurance. Radio will be securely packed, then shipped USPS or FedEx. We welcome your choice of carriers, otherwise we'll find the best price.  James Marx.   E-mail: JWMarx001@gmail.com  $40.00 OBO.  (ends 12/21/2018)  (0000145)

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Zenith 11-S-474 Console (1940) Zenith 11-S-474 Console (1940).   This is a beautiful 1940 Zenith 11-S-474 console radio. It is in excellent original cosmetic condition with original grille cloth, and all buttons and functions work. The radio's chassis was rebuilt by Ray Bintliff of Beta-Tek in MA. See the photos. I will not pack and ship this radio; it weighs close to 90 pounds, therefore it must be picked up in-person from my home in the Boston, MA area. I can answer additional questions of provide additional photos on request.   E-mail: pjmartone@comcast.net  $1,200.00.  (ends 12/21/2018)  (0000151)
Zenith 5D011-Z Consoltone Zenith 5D011-Z Consoltone.   Brown Bakelite Consoltone c1946. Made in USA. Compact and adorable. No cracks, no scratches, original grille cloth is excellent. Needs cleaning: the dirt on top came off where I worked on it (left side of the top). I'll just bet there is supposed to be a plastic cover over the clock side, none present. No cardboard backing. Powers on! Original knob: on/off with a red light to indicate power, and the volume control-which works. The big dial controls tuning. We got two stations, with humming and static. 12-1/2"W x 6-1/2"H x 5-1/4"D. We accept PayPal. Please remit within seven days of sale. Radio needs cleaning, and is sold "as-is." Please contact us with any questions; we're happy to send more photos and information. Prices do not include shipping or insurance. Radio will be securely packed, then shipped USPS or FedEx. We welcome your choice of carriers, otherwise we'll find the best price.  James Marx.   E-mail: JWMarx001@gmail.com  $85.00 OBO.  (ends 12/21/2018)  (0000146)
Zenith G516-W "Owl Eyes" Clock Radio Zenith G516-W "Owl Eyes" Clock Radio.   Adorable "Owl Eyes" clock-radio. Chassis 5G03 in Ivory c1951. Be aware that this was a very well-used unit. The back panel is broken, but you can see the antenna is attached. The case is discolored on top, and the numbers are worn off the dials. There is a large crack and it's missing a chunk of the case on the right side. The clock's top knob is missing, and I can't move the post. The knob at the 3-o'clock position moves stiffly. The knob at 6-o'clock is the on/off, and it goes into both positions. The knob at top center is the volume. The bottom center knob is the tuner. The tuner needle spins freely by hand. Humming seems to indicate power to the clock. Unit powers on. 11-3/4"W x 6-1/2"H x 5-1/2"D. We accept PayPal. Please remit within seven days of sale. Radio needs cleaning, and is sold "as-is." Please contact us with any questions; we're happy to send more photos and information. Prices do not include shipping or insurance. Radio will be securely packed, then shipped USPS or FedEx. We welcome your choice of carriers, otherwise we'll find the best price.  James Marx.   E-mail: JWMarx001@gmail.com  $40.00 OBO.  (ends 12/21/2018)  (0000147)


 

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