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1933 Philco am radio++WORKS GREAT! in Tacoma, WA (sells for $425)

1933 Philco am radio++WORKS GREAT! in Tacoma, WA (sells for $425)

Antique Radios | philco type 89 lowboy radio 1933 photo courtesy of jim s antique radio ...

Antique Radios | philco type 89 lowboy radio 1933 photo courtesy of jim s antique radio ...

At the right height I think an antique radio would be cool for the cake or something. I think a functional one would be really cool in our home.

At the right height I think an antique radio would be cool for the cake or something. I think a functional one would be really cool in our home.

Simply put, the Zenith Stratosphere model 1000Z is one of the most beautiful and unique radios ever designed and produced. This radio, with its $750 price tag, marked the pinnacle of radio opulence during the Great Depression. Its tall skyscraper-like deco cabinet is decorated with rare exotic woods with stunning inlay design patterns that make the cabinet a work-of-art.

Simply put, the Zenith Stratosphere model 1000Z is one of the most beautiful and unique radios ever designed and produced. This radio, with its $750 price tag, marked the pinnacle of radio opulence during the Great Depression. Its tall skyscraper-like deco cabinet is decorated with rare exotic woods with stunning inlay design patterns that make the cabinet a work-of-art.

Art Deco Radio. Have sum  of the AD radios and most of the jukeboxes....knot the counter models

Art Deco Radio. Have sum of the AD radios and most of the jukeboxes....knot the counter models

A Sparton art deco radio. The company that became Sparton opened around 1900 in Jackson, Michigan. In 1926, Sparks-Withington created the country's first all-electric radio, which featured the first push button and "electric eye" tuning and was advertised as "Radio's Richest Voice."

A Sparton art deco radio. The company that became Sparton opened around 1900 in Jackson, Michigan. In 1926, Sparks-Withington created the country's first all-electric radio, which featured the first push button and "electric eye" tuning and was advertised as "Radio's Richest Voice."

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