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Antique Amrad Crystal Radio Receiver Type E For Sale
Antique Amrad Crystal Radio Receiver Type E
This is a very nice find, it is an antique Amrad crystal radio. We found this radio in the estate of whom we believe to be the original owner, this is the first time we have offered it for sale. We are not experts in this field, but will attempt to describe it to the best of our abilities. We have not cleaned the piece, preferring to leave that to someone who knows what they are doing, nor have we tried to open it for fear of doing damage, we have no idea if it works. The radio measures approximately 6 1/4" tall and is about 5" square. The top of the radio has a metal label, it reads: "AMRAD, Crystal Receiver Type E, American Radio and Research Corporation, New York N.Y., Medford, Hillside, MASS." The knobs and the one switch on the top turn without problem. The bottom has a paper label, it reads "Electronics Guild of Massachusetts", this label looks to us to be later than the radio, perhaps the owner was a member of the Electronics Guild. The radio is made of oak, and is nicely dovetailed. The upper left corner on the top is nicked, the screws on the bottom do not appear to have been opened. A great vintage piece, we took a lot of photos, please click on them for a closer look.
On Feb-20-13 at 08:01:22 PST, seller added the following information: Click to view supersized image Click to view supersized image Click to view supersized image Click to view supersized image Click to view supersized image Click to view supersized imageOn Feb-20-13 at 08:12:42 PST, seller added the following information:
We were asked to open the unit and take photos, an er kindly gave us simple instructions, it involved removing only two thumb - screws, we carefully did this, took photos and replaced the screws.
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Antique Amrad Crystal Radio Receiver Type E: $1,481