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Antique Shortwave Radio
ALL AMERICAN Radio Transformer R-21
34.5 x 9 x 9
Unable to test. Appears complete except for tubes,battery and antenna. Wood case should clean up.
Stay tuned as we will find tubes or other accessories as we dig deeper into the estate.


4 1096 17.00  
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General Electric Model H-71 
Home Recording Radio includes Microphones, Audio Discs and items as shown in photos. Knob slections are: Radio Reception - Radio Recording - Record Reproduction - Home Recording  


6 1484 45.00  
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Brunow Teledial Radio
With wood case bad cord unable to test.
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Philco Antique Radio
Wood case plastic face needs new cord
Did not test. 


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Haven Electric Radio with Clock. Needs repair or good for parts. Seems complete but check out photos and decide for  yourself.
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The Famous Geppert Kleer-Tone
This wave trap was made by Geppert Mfg Co around 1927.
It appears to be in very good condition with a complete label and all original knobs and thumb screws. It appears to be in working condition but have not tested it. Includes items in photos
A wave-trap is an antenna tuner. It matches the impedance of the radio to the antenna for greater efficiency on a tuned frequency, zeroing in on the desired station while excluding others. It also helps to cut through RF interference. Wave traps are a must have for any serious collector of early crystal radios. 


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