STUNNING Art Deco Retro Vintage 1940 Emerson Model 126 Brown Swirly Marbled Bakelite AM Tube Radio Totally Restored!
DIMENSIONS: Approximately 9" x 5" x 7" (l x w x h)
COLOR: Swirly brown marbled
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DESCRIPTION: Rare AM Tabletop tube clock radio manufactured by Emerson in the 1939-1940 time frame still in excellent+ working condition. This radio has a very golden age of radio look. No cracks, splits, abrasions anywhere on the cabinet! There is a chip on the bottom. The dial light lights up brightly and looks great! No repairs or repaints of any kind. All knobs, dial pointer, etc are present, working, not missing. Picks up AM stations clearly and loudly up and down the dial. Excellent art deco design! Original brown marble swirly bakelite cabinet is flawless glossy condition. The volume and tuning knobs are original matching Bakelite securely attached. This radio is over 70 years old! All the dial numbering and lettering is crisp and clear. The front clear bezel is cloudy and opaque. Look at the neat Art Deco-ish type font! No missing numbering, dots or dashes, or anything. No smudges or yellowing. The back panel is a non original functional replacement. The grill cloth is original and slightly frayed in some areas. The tuning and volume dials work fine. The dial light lights up brightly. The unit powers on and off with a definite click. All out of spec capacitors have been replaced with modern equivalents so this radio has another 50+ years or more of playing time! The tubes are working fine. All out-of-spec resistors have been replaced with modern correct value and voltage equivalents. The replacement power cord and plug is in good working condition with no cracks, or splits or electrical tape repair. No exposed wiring. The radio has been thoroughly cleaned and inspected. All wiring has been thoroughly checked for possible bridging and weak solder connection. Comes from non-smoking, mature, clean professional environment no pets. When this radio was new, FDR was president! This thing belongs in a museum!