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RCA Victor 96T4
  • Manufactured late 1930s

  • Standard broadcast (AM) and shortwave

  • Origianl knobs

  • Lacquer and wax finish

  • AC/DC set rewired so it won't shock

  • Eliminated hot balast tube from circuit

  • External audio input, 1/8" jack on back installed

  • Dimensions (WHD) 12 x 9 x 8 inches

  • Weight 13 pounds


     Similar to 96T7  Radio Museum Info



Zenith 6-S-128
  • Manufactured in 1937

  • Big tombstone radio

  • Standard broadcast (AM) and shortwave bands

  • All restored to original condition

  • Cabinet completely restored

  • Dimentions 16.5 x 22.2 x 11.9 in.

  • Weight 31 lb.


     Radio Museum Info


Zenith 6S128 AM demo on YouTube
Zenith 6S128 AM2 demo on YouTube
Zenith 6S128 SW demo on YouTube


GE Table top model 221


  • Manufactured in 1947

  • Broadcast, and short wave bands

  • Nice table top style

  • AC/DC set

  • External auxillary music plug installed (1/8"); will work with mp3 players, cell phone, CD and chromecast using your cell phone for a remote controller

  • Fabricated missing dial pointer

  • Cabinet stripped and refinished

  • New grill cloth

  • Works best with external antenna for shortwave


Radio museum link



Telefunken Gavotte 55
  • Manufactured in 1954/55

  • Broadcast, Long Wave and AM/FM .

  • 6 tubes, ECC85 ECH81 EF89 EABC80 EM80 EL84

  • Push button band control, and aux input

  • Control knobs On/tone, band and volume

  • Tuning meter (tuning aid)

  • Wood case stained and lacquered

  • Dimensions (WHD) 18.7 x 13.2 x 7.7 inches

  • Weight 16 pounds

Telefunken Gavotte 55 Radio Museum Info


Gilfillan 56B
  • Manufactured in 1946

  • Standard broadcast (AM), 5 tubes

  • Control knobs Vol, Tuning

  • Polished copper front piece

  • Wood case stained and lacquered

  • Wood knobs

  • Dimensions (WHD)  12x 7 x 7 inches

  • Weight 6 pounds

Gilfillan 56B Radio Museum Info
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