we have an excellent, early 1960's DeWald N-1200B stereo integrated amplifier. It has been thoroughly serviced and sounds magnificent. DeWald was a division of United Scientifics Labs manufacturing out of New York state and their vintage radios bring some of the highest collectible prices. Though not as well known as HH Scott, Fisher, Eico, McIntosh, etc, Dewald had every bit the build and sound quality of the big names. The amp is quite stunning visually and features a champagne gold faceplate with black script, gold and pearl caitlin knobs, a red pilot light and a black vented metal cover. The DeWald is dual rectified with a tube line up of four 6BQ5/EL84, four 12AX7 and two 6V4/EZ80 rectifier tubes. All the tubes have been tested and/or replaced and are in tip-top condition. Please check out the pictures for condition and the amps other features, please ask questions before bidding. This will be a great centerpiece for your vintage audio system. You will not be dissappointed with this gem. The amplifier will be carefully packaged and the buyer pays actual shipping cost with no handling charges. Buyer may choose from USPS Parcel Post, UPS Ground or USPS Priority Mail in the States. International shipping will be via USPS Priority Mail International. Please check out my other vintage listings and thanks for stopping by.
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