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Admiral YG551 (early 1960s) Admiral YG551 (early 1960s).   This good working clock radio is a six-tube Super-Heterodyne set with six AM circuits and eight FM circuits, and it's in excellent working condition. I has great reception with good sensitivity and clear sound. Note a crack in the clock face. A fine radio for your everyday use or for your collection. 13-1/2"W x 8"H x 5-1/2"D.  Ben Martin.   E-mail: bensradios@aol.com  510-582-6804  $54.00.  (ends 9/17/2018)  (0000077)

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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 9/17/2018)  (0000098)

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Channel Master 6503 AM Transistor Radio (1959) Channel Master 6503 AM Transistor Radio (1959).   SOLD!  1959 Channel Master 6503 AM 5-Transistor Pocket radio. Full boxed set. I replaced all the electrolytic caps with brand new ones. Replaced the battery clip. Radio requires standard 9 Volt battery (not included). The radio receives lots of AM broadcast radio stations across the entire AM band. The audio is clear, and goes to full volume. There are NO cracks, chips, or dents. The radio is cleaned inside, and out. Shipping: Flat rate $12 Domestic U.S. only.  Lenny Bickford.  $40.00.  (ends 9/17/2018)  (0000055)
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@outlook.com  $25.00.  (ends 9/17/2018)  (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@outlook.com  $25.00.  (ends 9/17/2018)  (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 9/17/2018)  (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@outlook.com  $35.00.  (ends 9/17/2018)  (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@outlook.com  $29.95.  (ends 9/17/2018)  (0000115)
Crosley 51 Regenerative Receiver (1924) Crosley 51 Regenerative Receiver (1924).   Radio is in good cosmetic condition and is untested. It has two tubes:– Radiotron CX-201A and Cunningham CX-112. Included with the radio is a set of headphones and what looks like the original manual. The manual is in poor condition.   E-mail: mdelack@hotmail.com  $125.00 OBO.  (ends 9/17/2018)  (0000073)

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Emerson Patriot Blue Catalin Emerson Patriot Blue Catalin.   Blue Emerson Patriot radio in great condition. The original vibrant blue color has changed to a greenish shade although it was kept in a closed cabinet for many years. There are no cracks or stress lines. All the parts look original. The tuning knob does not turn the dial. It is untested. I will be happy to send additional photos if requested.   E-mail: mdelack@hotmail.com  $850.00 OBO.  (ends 9/17/2018)  (0000104)
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@outlook.com  $44.00.  (ends 9/17/2018)  (0000027)

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Firestone 4A78 (1950) Firestone 4A78 (1950).   Here we have "family"...another one of those "Twin Sons Of Different Mothers!" Anybody out there old enough might remember Dan Fogelberg and Tim Weisberg's memorable album from the 70s by the same name. This little chocolate brown swirled Bakelite Firestone may have been their inspiration. But, then again, maybe not. Anyway, it has been electronically reconditioned and aligned with new paper and electrolytic capacitors and all out of tolerance resistors were replaced. The five tubes are strong. Plays good! On the Jim Dennis "Scale of Beauty it's a Fogelberg-Weisberg" Special! If you'd like additional pictures please let me know. 8"W x 5-1/2"H x 5-1/4"D.  Jim Dennis.   E-mail: jimdnns@gmail.com  $110.00.  (ends 9/17/2018)  (0000100)
Firestone 4A79 (1950) Firestone 4A79 (1950).   Here we have "family"...another one of those "Twin Sons Of Different Mothers!" Anybody out there old enough might remember Dan Fogelberg and Tim Weisberg's memorable album from the 70s by the same name. This little ivory Bakelite Firestone may have been their inspiration. But, then again, maybe not. I have touched it up here and there because white has a tendency to chip over the years. Anyway, it has been electronically reconditioned and aligned with new paper and electrolytic capacitors and all out of tolerance resistors were replaced. The five tubes are strong. Plays good! On the Jim Dennis "Scale of Beauty it's a Fogelberg-Weisberg" Special! If you'd like additional pictures please let me know. 8"W x 5-1/2"H x 5-1/4"D.  Jim Dennis.   E-mail: jimdnns@gmail.com  $110.00.  (ends 9/17/2018)  (0000101)

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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 9/17/2018)  (0000070)
General Electric M-62 Tombstone General Electric M-62 Tombstone.   This GE M-62 radio appears to be in good to very good physical condition. No missing parts. Tubes light up. Due to the vast amount of spam my email is not shown. Please call instead. Leave a message and I will return your call. Also, I am on EST. Unfortunately, hackers have inconvenienced us all. Thanks for looking.  Ben Price.  517-851-8042  $100.00 OBO.  (ends 8/09/2018)  (0000108)

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Halton 92-1 Table Radio Halton 92-1 Table Radio.   Halton Lifton Co. produced a limited number of AC/DC AM table radios in the mid 1940's. This particular model has an all wood two tone case in great condition, The chassis matches a GE YRB 83-1 model number. So it looks like Halton built the case and used a GE chassis or had GE build the entire unit with the Halton name on it. The radio has been carefully restored with new capacitors and tubes where required. It plays great with strong station reception. An MPG Video can be made available of the radio playing by request. Also an AUX jack can be added to play a phono or MP3 input for an additional $50.   E-mail: silverstateradiotm@gmail.com  $189.00 OBO.  (ends 8/01/2018)  (0000105)

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Megatone Transistor Radio (1959-60) Megatone Transistor Radio (1959-60).   This is an early AM/FM Transistor set. Its black and chrome case is in very nice condition and appears to have been hardly used. This set does work but has a lower than normal volume, I know nothing about transistor sets so I leave it up to an expert to figure out what's the trouble with it. Comes with batteries. It measures; 5"H x 3"W x 2"D.  Ben Martin.   E-mail: bensradios@aol.com  510-582-6804  $30.00.  (ends 9/17/2018)  (0000031)
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 9/17/2018)  (0000009)

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Panasonic RC-205 (circa 1970s) Panasonic RC-205 (circa 1970s).   SOLD!  Good working FM and AM radio as well as the digital alarm clock and lighted display. The dial light is working too. A fine radio for your daily use or for your collection. 11"W x 5-1/2"H x 3"D.  Ben Martin.  $19.00.  (ends 9/17/2018)  (0000076)
Philco 51-930 (1951) Philco 51-930 (1951).   Please allow me to clarify that this is one beautiful gray Philco Bakelite radio with the original factory paint job! In addition to being knock-down gorgeous it, not unlike a person, has a couple of "unique" personality characteristics. Specifically, a rub spot (see picture) from too much polishing though the years and something I've never seen before: the decorative brass plate is a bit out of kilter. A rare radio to be sure. The brass plate is intact and the two rivets that hold it on the case are original. It appears to be a factory oversight. Electronically reconditioned and aligned with new paper and electrolytic capacitors, and all out of tolerance resistors were replaced. The six tubes are strong. Plays very good with external antenna for greater station sensitivity. On the Jim Dennis "Scale of Beauty" "She's Good Lookin' and She sure can Cook" Special! If you'd like additional pictures please let me know. 13-1/4"W x 7-3/4"H x 7-3/4"D.  Jim Dennis.   E-mail: jimdnns@gmail.com  $180.00.  (ends 9/17/2018)  (0000067)
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 9/17/2018)  (0000021)

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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@outlook.com  $40.00.  (ends 9/17/2018)  (0000096)
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 9/17/2018)  (0000062)
RCA Victor 56X2 (1945) RCA Victor 56X2 (1945).   1945 RCA tabletop radio. Cabinet has some wear. Works. Can tune a couple of stations but very faint.  Jeffrey Maichel.   E-mail: jeffmaichel47@aol.com  847-322-5969  $40.00.  (ends 8/17/2018)  (0000112)

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Silvertone 47 Silvertone 47.   Retro style solid state clock radio. Fully functional with good reception. Probably early 60's. 10"W x 8-1/4"H x 4"D.  Jim Wassell.   E-mail: jpw1254@att.net  $30.00.  (ends 9/17/2018)  (0000102)
Silvertone 8015 (1968) Silvertone 8015 (1968).   Very nice white plastic transistor AM/FM radio from 1968. Cabinet is in very nice condition. Radio plays well on both bands. Has not been restored. 12-3/4"W x 6"D x 7"H.  Jim Wassell.   E-mail: jpw1254@att.net  $30.00.  (ends 9/17/2018)  (0000113)
Sony 7FC-34W AM/FM Clock Radio Sony 7FC-34W AM/FM Clock Radio.   SOLD!  New condition. Works perfectly.  Joseph F Rebar.  $25.00.  (ends 9/17/2018)  (0000028)
Sony ICF-9740W AM/FM (1979-80) Sony ICF-9740W AM/FM (1979-80).   A nice FM-AM set, in excellent working condition. These are very good receivers on both AM and FM. A very clear, clean and crisp sounding set bringing in many stations. This is a used radio and shows some wear, but a nice enough radio for your every day use anyplace in your home  Ben Martin.   E-mail: bensradios@aol.com  510-582-6804  $47.50.  (ends 9/17/2018)  (0000087)
Stewart-Warner 9160 (1952) Stewart-Warner 9160 (1952).   A very nice heavily swirled chocolate brown Bakelite Stewart-Warner. There is a very small bite on the on/off knob that adds character. It has been electronically reconditioned and aligned with new paper and electrolytic capacitors and out of tolerance resistors were replaced. The five tubes are strong. If you'd like additional pictures please let me know. 8-1/2"W x 5-1/2"H x 4-1/2"D.  Jim Dennis.   E-mail: jimdnns@gmail.com  $155.00.  (ends 9/17/2018)  (0000042)
Sublime STR8 Micro Sublime STR8 Micro.   This is a Micro white two tone transistor that is working. There is some damage to the back of of it, see photos. Comes with its original box.  Ben Martin.   E-mail: bensradios@aol.com  510-582-6804  $37.00.  (ends 9/17/2018)  (0000033)
Sublime STR8 Micro (1960s) Sublime STR8 Micro (1960s).   This tiny little Micro transistor does not work and as I am not familiar with transistor sets I will leave it to the experts in that field. The case is intact and as you see it's in the box it came in, too.  Ben Martin.   E-mail: bensradios@aol.com  510-582-6804  $19.00.  (ends 9/17/2018)  (0000034)
Sublime STR8 Micro (1960s) Sublime STR8 Micro (1960s).   Nice working little Red Micro transistor; it has a small area of damage on the back. Comes with the box and it also has a clear plastic carry case. 2-1/2"H x 2-1/2"W.  Ben Martin.   E-mail: bensradios@aol.com  510-582-6804  $29.00.  (ends 9/17/2018)  (0000035)

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Transistor Radio Lot of Three: Realtone TR-8611, Channel Master, Sony Clone Transistor Radio Lot of Three: Realtone TR-8611, Channel Master, Sony Clone.   You get all three radios listed below.

Realtone TR-8611 Constellation, fair condition. I don't see any cracks nor chips other than a couple small spots of something hot touching the radio on the corner. Metal front is dinged up and dirty and radio has scratches and scuffs, probably a parts set, untested condition (9V battery connector missing).

Realistic (Radio Shack) 12-171, tiny "clone" of the Sony ICR-200 radio; somewhat similar to the Sony right down to shape, size and knob placement. Fair shape couple cracks on bottom otherwise not too bad, maybe a parts set. I tried it with a 9v battery and it barely tuned in stations, controls very touchy will need repairs if you want to use it.

And a tiny Channel Master micro AM transistor radio.   E-mail: dmradios@aol.com  $19.00.  (ends 9/17/2018)  (0000109)
Trav-Ler 5019 Portable (1947) Trav-Ler 5019 Portable (1947).   1947 Trav-Ler portable. Missing leather strap and knobs. Case in good shape. All internals there except for batteries.  Jeffrey Maichel.   E-mail: jeffmaichel47@aol.com  847-322-5969  $25.00.  (ends 8/17/2018)  (0000111)
Trav-Ler 55-37 (1955) Trav-Ler 55-37 (1955).   Here is a somewhat unique beautifully swirled brown Bakelite Trav-Ler from '55! It happens to be my favorite Chevy Bel Air year, too! This Trav-Ler is different for a couple of reasons; 1) It has an early "Conelrad" logo(s) on the dial scale and, 2) the dial scale itself is exposed - there's no glass or plastic dial cover. Yeah, different! Electronically reconditioned and aligned with new paper and electrolytic capacitors and all out of tolerance resistors were replaced. The five tubes are strong. Plays good with an extra hank of antenna wire for greater station sensitivity. On the Jim Dennis "Scale of Beauty" "Bel Air Hardtop" Special! If you'd like additional pictures please let me know. 9"W x 6"H x 4-3/4"D.  Jim Dennis.   E-mail: jimdnns@gmail.com  $115.00.  (ends 9/17/2018)  (0000086)
Two-Tube Regenerative Tuner, Amplifier, Horn Speaker, Headphones (1920s) Two-Tube Regenerative Tuner, Amplifier, Horn Speaker, Headphones (1920s).   This radio set dates from 1923 or 1924. It is a two-tube regenerative type tuner with an audio amplifier that drives the horn or headphones. The horn and headphones have been checked using a 9 volt battery by touching the leads to the battery intermittently, producing a clicking, static sound. The last time the set was used was about 15 years ago; it was working then.
The power supply was built in the 1960's or 1970's by the original owner so that it can be run without batteries.
According to attached metal identification plates:
1. The tuner is a "Michigan 'Junior' Regenerative Receiver Type MRC-8 Manufactured by Klitzen Radio Manufacturing Company Exclusively for Michigan Radio Corporation Under Armstrong U.S. Patent 1,113,149, and Pending Letters of Patent 807,388. For Amateur and Experimental use only."
2. The tuner and amplifier are Michigan Radio Corp, Grand Rapids, Serial Numbers 1061 and 2027 respectively.
3. The speaker horn is Resonophone Mfg Co, Detroit Michigan, Patent Pending.
4. The headset is C. Brandes Inc, New York, Matched Tone, Patent Pending.
Click here for more photos.  Mick Dawdy.   E-mail: FeMick@hotmail.com  $250.00 OBO.  (ends 8/17/2018)  (0000110)

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Westinghouse H42T4 (1959) Westinghouse H42T4 (1959).   It seemed that only after the halcyon days of radio did case colors begin to take on their own personality. A case in point is this little Aqua Westinghouse. A small, discreet radio to add a bit of pizazz to most any room with a contemporary flare... at least in 1959. It has been electronically reconditioned and aligned with new paper and electrolytic capacitors and out of tolerance resistors were replaced. The four tubes are strong. Plays nice. A Jim Dennis Scale of Beauty "Jethro Tull" Special! If you'd like additional pictures please let me know. 8-1/2"W x 5-1/2"H x 5"D.  Jim Dennis.   E-mail: jimdnns@gmail.com  $110.00.  (ends 9/17/2018)  (0000065)

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Zenith 4-B-106 (1937) Zenith 4-B-106 (1937).   "Trailer and Boat Radio" in mahogany cabinet. This is a rare find. Also, this radio cabinet design is first in the line of Zenith's much sought after "cube" radios. Originally 6 volt DC operation and with a separate speaker. Now modified for 120 volt AC power and with a self-contained speaker. Electronics restored and radio is operational. An attractive addition to your home or office. Will be carefully packaged for safe delivery. 12"W x 9"H x 9"D.  Al Guy.   E-mail: alguy93428@gmail.com  $495.00.  (ends 9/17/2018)  (0000038)
Zenith B-508R (1957) Zenith B-508R (1957).   Nice little Zenith AM radio. Packs up lots of stations. Has been restored. Cabinet in nice condition. 9-1/2"@ x 5-1/4"H x 5-1/2"D.  Jim Wassell.   E-mail: jpw1254@att.net  $50.00.  (ends 9/17/2018)  (0000099)
Zenith C472W-3 (circa early 1970s) Zenith C472W-3 (circa early 1970s).   Called "Circle of Sound," this vintage clock radio works very well. The clock with its red digital display, AM and FM all are in excellent working condition. It shows only normal signs of wear. This nice radio would be good for every day use or for your collection. 11"W x 5"H x 6-1/2"D.  Ben Martin.   E-mail: bensradios@aol.com  510-582-6804  $29.50.  (ends 9/17/2018)  (0000075)


 
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