The Westinghouse H841P6GP dates from 1963, although its styling looks more like a Watergate-era radio. I really like the over-sized gold tuning dial on these, and their clean lines. It was produced in a Beige/Gold model (this one) or a Charcoal/Silver model. Takes two "AA" batteries. Has the two civil defense tick marks, typical of the early 1960s radios. This Westinghouse model is represented in a number of classic transistor radio websites, including: /collection/westinghouse/westinghouse2.html , and /music/TransistorMemories2/tm4.html . This example displays beautifully, without any chips or cracks. The coin slot does have some wear. The radio is in working order, and comes with its leather case (which has a few tears). The standard postage rate is for residents of the continental USA . I will gladly ship this anyw serviced by the USPS, but if you reside outside the continental USA , please inquire for postage charges and payment methods before bidding .