1940 GE Wooden Radio, Beam-A-Scope HP560 Bakelite Knobs
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Sold Date: 11/28/2006
Channel: Online Auction
This auction is for a General Electric tabletop wooden radio. It's Model HP560, and research indicates that it was made in 1940. The case is wooden, the knobs are bakelite, and the backing is pressed cardboard.On the back it says EQUIPPED WITH BEAM-A-SCOPE MAGIC ANTENNA. The radio has four push button knobs on top, and two knobs on the front. On the bottom is a GE label, showing technical info. It hums, has a little static, and the front dial lights up. But I haven't been able to pull in a station. This is a wonderful collectible, but it shows wear and age. Also, the back doesn't stay on even though it's had new screws. Also, I believe the cord may have been replaced at some time. The radio is 13 1/4" long, 8" tall and 7" from front to back. A fantastic addition to any collection. Please read the terms below. By bidding or buying, you agree to the terms. Thanks! I enjoy selling, and I love happy buyers. If t is a problem of any sort with your item, please contact me by email, not in feedback. I would appreciate the chance to work it out with you. Please pay within 7 days. S&H is based on the weight, destination and fragility of an item. Not its starting or selling price. US Payment and Shipping: I accept PayPal and bank or postal money orders. No checks. US Shipping costs are always on my auction pages, either as a flat rate - which will include insurance. Or through the shipping calculator, which will include the handling fee, but not insurance. To use the shipping calculator, just enter your zip code and click on calculate. It will give you the S&H costs - not including insurance. The insurance cost depends on the item's value. International Payment and Shipping: All amounts are in US dollars. At this time, I do not accept PayPal for international purchases. I accept postal international money orders. No checks. Please contact me for correct S&H before paying. It will rarely be the same as for US shipping. If you would like to know the cost of shipping before you bid, just ask. I'll be happy to figure it for you. Insurance: Insurance is required for all of my items, and the insurance cost is based on an item's value. Some packages may be insured through U-Pic. Some small dollar items may be self insured. I try to describe all of my items in detail, but if you have any questions at all, just ask - preferably before bidding. If, in the very rare instance that I would make a significant mistake in an item description, my liability is limited to an apology and a refund. The refund will be issued after you have returned the item to me in the same condition it was in when I mailed it to you. This must be done within 14 days of the date I mailed your item. If you are mailing your payment, please send me an email with your complete name and mailing address within 3 days of the auction's close. Packing and Handling: I wrap and package my items carefully, and to help cover the cost of packing material, etc., I charge a reasonable handling fee. The handling fee varies - depending on the number of pieces and fragility of pieces in an auction. This fee is already included in specified costs, as well as figured into the shipping calculator. If you require special packaging, please contact me about it before you pay. It could increase the S&H costs. Combined Shipping: Please check out my other auctions. If possible, I'll gladly combine shipping for items ending within 7 days of each other. If I combine S&H to save postage fees for you, and you're paying with PayPal, please pay in one combined payment so I can save on PayPal fees. Thanks! Thanks for Looking, and Happy Bidding! PayPal-eBay's service to make fast, easy, and secure payments for your eBay purchases!
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