1922 WESTINGHOUSE RA/DA TUBE RADIO MODEL RC W/TUBES
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Sold Date: 05/21/2007
Channel: Online Auction
You are bidding on a vintage 1922 WESTINGHOUSE tube radio, model RC (some call these RA/DA). It is serial number 67345. It will come with the 3 tubes inside (untested). This lovely unit is in excellent condition, this one is in the best condition that I have ever seen, (see pictures). All of the knobs turn free as they should. It measures 13 1/2" long by 10" tall by 8" wide. It is made out of wood, 2 box reciever & amp, black front bakelite panels, 1 dial, lift top, 5 knobs, BC, 3 tubes & is a battery set. This is a very nice art deco era Westinghouse tube Radio and would make an awesome addition to any collection, it would also make a very nice gift idea as well. Overseas bidders are welcome to bid on this one as well, but please ask for a shipping quote before you bid if that is an issue with you. I am running several tube radios as well as tubes this week, buy 2 or more auctions and save on shipping w poss. Attn. Bidders: All of our radios are sold for historical & display purposes. We do not test them to see if they work or not (unless stated in the auction description), it seems that most of our radios do indeed work because we try and purchase only the nicer radios, not the junk sets, and if that is the case then that is a bonus to you. We have found over the years that most buyers like to "tinker" with these antique radios and 'bring them back to life' and this gives them the satisfaction of being able to do so if they do not work. We accept Money Order, US Postal Money Order, personal check & Paypal as payment. Paypal is our least desirable form of payment because of the high fees they have. Feel free to use Paypal if you HAVE to but we would appreciate another form of payment other than Paypal if you can. Thank you for looking and happy bidding!!!
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