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This page is for radios that are more unique or rare. Several audio demos are provided below. The last ones on the list demonstrate Radio Dramas of about 5 minutes duration.

 

American Bosch 680 Front
American Bosch 680 Front

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American Bosch 680  Dial
American Bosch 680 Dial

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American Bosch 680  Back
American Bosch 680 Back

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American Bosch 680 Front
American Bosch 680 Front

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American Bosch 680

This stately 13 tube radio was manufactured in Springfield, MA in 1936. Each band in its dial is color coded to match the band switch position.The chassis is broken up into two parts to isolate noise from the power supply. The lower section is for audio and power and the upper section for radio circuits. It produces a big sound because it puts out 20 watts of sound through the 14 inch speaker.The cabinet features light and dark contrasted veneers and a detailed inlay at the top. The recessed speaker grill provides interest to the look. Very heavy; local pick up in the Washington/Oregon area advised.

 
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Philco 37-630T Front
Philco 37-630T Front

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Philco 37-630T   Lt side
Philco 37-630T Lt side

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Philco 37-630T Back
Philco 37-630T Back

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Philco 37-630T Front
Philco 37-630T Front

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Atwater Kent 286 Front.JPG
Atwater Kent 286 Front.JPG

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Atwater Kent 286 Left.JPG
Atwater Kent 286 Left.JPG

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Atwater Kent 286 Back.JPG
Atwater Kent 286 Back.JPG

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Atwater Kent 286 Front.JPG
Atwater Kent 286 Front.JPG

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$2600

Philco 37-630T
 
  • Manufactured in 1936/37

  • Broadcast plus 2 Short Wave bands, 6 tubes

  • Control knobs On/tone, band and volume

  • Shadow meter (tuning aid)

  • Wood case stained and lacquered

  • Dimensions (WHD)  20.25 x 11.25 x 9 inches

  • Weight 26 pounds

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Atwater Kent 286

 

A lovely petite console radio with great deco detail. On the front it has intricate inlay that sets off beautifully book-ended veneers in several different woods. The sound is just wonderful from its 6 tubes and a large 12" speaker. Manufactured in 1935. Dimensions are 37” high, 22” wide and 11” deep.

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$2600