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here is a unique early rare radio out of the collection

Model 9 ca 1923 Atwater Kent bread board radio

at this time many people were making their own radios, would buy the parts and pieces that they wanted and make their own radio,

 

These are called bread board radios as people would just screw down the tunners and parts onto a board, lots of times an old bread board out of the kitchen

 

this radio came the way you see it even the original wires, lables and tags, and these were powered by batterys

 

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some other radios in the store
Craig
another one

Craig
a atwater kent floor model, as well as a combo record player and phonograph


Craig
Have to retrieve from storage & photo, but any idea on value for a (i believe if memory serves) 1927 tall boy? american bosh, licenced to rca victor AM radio. Walnut quaterswn veneer with elm burl sliding doors in front, Removed 1/2" from bottom of feet when refinished in 1980 & missing fineal on stringer between legs. All Veneer redone, shellac & varnish. Working well.Speaker cloth replaced.
Thank you for any info, Todd

1941 Philco Transitone Model PT4 Ivory Bakelite Cabinet~ turns on!  http://noseyrose.ecrater.com

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