HRSA Sydney Group Auction 30/09/2017

1Audiola 492: 1932, 4v Superhet S-Carlson manufacture $160-310  31AWA Fisk Radiola: c.1940, timber case, all there $40-80 
2AWA Radiola 146: 1935, cabinet restored $100-200  32AWA Radiola Electric Three: mid-1929, early mains set $100-320 
3Weldon Radio Clock: 1938, beautifully restored $200-400  33Technico Pacemaker: 1951, electric/battery portable $150-330 
4Philips PCJJ Junior: Double Bakelite 14 inch spkr $180-300  34Kriesler Duplex: c.1953 gold colouring, small front hole $30-100 
5Philips PCJJ Senior: Double Bakelite 16 inch spkr $180-340   35AWA Radiola: c.1946, timber, 7 band, war-time model $60-150 
6Emerson Lyrebird: 6 valve, magic eye 240v AC $160-360  36AWA Radiola 614T: 1948, 7 band, post-war model $60-150 
7Meck midget: 110v American $60-120  37Early Meters: Current/Voltage, mahogany cabinet $10-25 
8Burginphone Console Five: 1925, Sydney/Burgin Electric $90-250  38Aussie Morse Jigger: `Buzza Key in custom case $110-180 
9Homebrew TRF: 1920s great example, early triodes $60-140  39Two Valve Homebrew: neat, provenance unknown $30-100 
10Dynaphon Horn: Unique horn speaker $40-70  40Unbranded 1920s Speaker: moving armature, $30-80 
11Philips PCJJ Senior: Double Bak, 16 inch, repaired crack $90-220  41National Midget Portable: Factory pink, Aussie made $30-120 
12Philips PCJJ Concert: 18 inch beaut colour, rare giant $300-450  42AWA Short Wave Converter: Mid-1930s, original shape $80-130 
13United Five: 1925 Sydney,Trades Union M/facture. $220-420  43Tasma 601 Baby: 1938-9, all original less top cloth $180-350 
14Ozarka Armada: 1928, 6 valve, superb cabinet, $210-500  44Kriesler Beehive: 1946-7, complete and original $90-180 
15Radiola 28 S/Het: battery-table, loop, RCA 104 Spkr $800-1200  45Kriesler Beehive: 1946-47, similar, Eric Anderson badge $90-180 
16AWA Early Cone Speaker: Lovely example from 1927-8 $180-350  46Kriesler 3KO6: 1939 early Kriesler bakelite, good shape $120-280 
17AWA Fret-and-Foot: 1936, needs badge/ small cosmetics $300-600  47Aegis Kit set: 1939-45, Kriesler clone good shape $90-140 
18AWA Fisk Radiola: 1938-9, R50 series, black (?) $250-550  48Brown Horn: Model HQ, 1925, good working order $80-180 
19AWA Empire State: mid 30s, model 29, good shape $500-850  49Horn Unknown: Unbranded horn, driver good $70-140 
20AWA Radiola C62-38: 1929, match for lot 16, $250-400  50Amplion 6-Speaker Demonstrator: rare accessory $250-420 
21AWA Radiola Champion 4: 1951, original $70-150  51Magnavox M4 Horn: 1925. Small horn, big voice $130-250 
22AGE Hotpoint: 1954-5, complete $40-80  52Burndept Horn: 1924, on decorative tripod $140-250 
23AWA Radiola 524M: 1947, original $100-200  53Mellow Held Superhet: late 20s 14 valves. Super rare $500-950 
24AWA Radiola 507M: 1948, Vibrator set, top crack $60-120  54Igranic Superhet: early superhet, expensive kit form $250-450 
25AWA Radiola 517MZ: 1948, complete $140-280  55Three Valve 1920s TRF: valves, AFTs check good $80-170 
26AWA Radiola 174 Egg Crate: 1938, black, pearl dial face $180-360  56AWA Radiola: Dual wave, great post-war performer $80-180 
27AWA Radiola 174 Egg Crate: 1938, all present $120-270  57HMV Little Nipper: model 64-52, 1952, all there $40-90 
28AWA Radiola 174 Egg Crate: 1938, ivory, small hairline $150-300  58Two Horns only: no bases/drivers. The pair on offer $15-40 
29AWA Radiola 510M: 1947 ivory, great restorer, $90-210  59HMV Little Nipper: c.1952, lemon cabinet wrong knobs $35-75 
30AWA Radiola Fridge: 1949, original, cracked dial glass $90-160  60HMV Little Nipper: c.1952, name scratched into front $40-60 
61AWA Radiola: later 50s, badge incomplete $25-50 

 
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61AWA Radiola: later 50s, badge incomplete $25-50  91Operadio: 1924, folded horn speaker, sunburst grille $60-130 
62AWA Servicing Set: early-mid 30s in case, unusual $20-50  92Gulbransen Console: 1930-1 high end living room model $60-170 
63Telaverta Mantel: 1946 orig, replacement grille cloth $80-170  93Philco Model 18H: 1933, impressive l display radio $100-200 
64HMV Mains Mantel: 1952, Black all present and correct $40-100  94STC A141 Caravan: sound example of a favourite $200-350 
65BBC Claritone Horn: English 1925, checks good $90-170  95Healing: early art deco design c.1932 $100-250 
66Browns Horn: 1925 model HQ in black, needs paint $75-140  96Loop Antenna: impressive accessory, provenance unknown $60-120 
67Magnavox horn with Dejur amplifier: 3 blue Arcturus, $250-380  97Mercury Super Ten: model 25, ultra rare, $350-600 
68Philco 20 Baby Grand: 1930 Great shape, 110v AC $140-290  98Airzone 545: 1934, step-sided wood and metal tombstone $180-300 
69AWA Radiolette 71 Console: 1935, Empire State chassis $100-250  99Hotpoint Bandmaster: 1949, neat, all original $100-210 
70Saxonette (Eclipse): plus speaker/fleur-de-lis grille $250-400  100Wiles Wonderful Wireless: 1926 TRF, Sydney fame $180-340 
71RCA Superhet Highboy Console: 1928, top of range $90-200  101STC 504: 1939 table model, console look-alike, orig. $150-320 
72Peter Pan Bullet: 1949, Model FLJ, working battery set $220-400  102Van Ruyten model D30: 1935, 5 valve, nicely restored $90-200 
73Echophone S4: 1931, early single dial cathedral, 240v $140-250  103Airzone Theatrette: 1946 classic, replacement cloth $100-280 
74Astor Tablegram: c.1957, Bakelite, in working condition $70-150  104Monarch table: 1937, early/rare Monarch in bakelite $100-250 
75STC D105 Jelly Mould: 1948, ivory, mended front crack $70-170  105Monarch model DKL: 1946 battery, all original $150-350 
76Kriesler model 11-29: 1951, original apart from knobs $80-150  106Astor Model GJ: 1949, with then-new plastic dial $130-280 
77STC Jelly Mould: 1948, good original condition $70-170  107Airzone 555: 1933, 5 valve, restored to orig colours $140-280 
78Genalex: (cf Tasma Skyraider): 1948, clean original $90-180  108Airzone 555: 1933, also as original $130-280 
79Opratone (Tasma): 1948, mottled ivory $220-500  109Astor Model LJ: 1947, all there, another Astor classic $100-240 
80Skyraider (Tasma): 1948, ivory, clean up well $100-250  110Airzone Two-Tone: 1949, wrong knobs, otherwise OK. $80-170 
81AWA C26 Cash Register: 1926, w/loop, only 3 known $1100-1400  111Howard Tombstone: 1937, restored to feature veneers $80-180 
82Igranic S/het: superb display w/bevelled glass lid $450-650  112Timber Radio U/K: No details on this one. Check it out $40-80 
83Technico: 1948, good original shape $120-300  113Philips v7A Theatrette: 1936, bold statement by Philips $90-250 
84Technico: 1948, less the O of Technico, hairline RHS $100-300  114Astor Model BPJ: 1960, brand new in box, 1 of 4 colour $180-400 
85Tasma Skyraider: 1948, very dark brown, chip front R. $90-180  115Astor Model BPJ: 1960, brand new in box, the grey one $180-400 
86Remo Cadet: 1947, sound radio, dark mottled green $250-550  116Supredyne TRF: 1926, peephole dials valves/audios good $80-160 
87Airzone: 1949, stressed ivory Bakelite effect $90-200  117Delore & Williams: 2 valve, w/coils, local maker, $80-150 
88Tasma: 1948 brown broadcast, mended top crack $75-140  118Stromberg Carlson 501A: restored majesty, see lot 173 $250-650 
89Tasma: mottled ivory less grille cloth, correct knobs $200-500  119Radiola 60: early RCA mains-driven superhet from AGE $90-200 
90Tasma: 1948, 4 valve, dark mottled green, sound $300-600  120Magnavox T6: 1924, Works-in-a-drawer. $70-140 
121Splitdorf Abbey: 1927, 6-sided cabinet. Superior maker $80-200 

 
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121Splitdorf Abbey: 1927, 6-sided cabinet. Superior maker $80-200  151Westinghouse RC: 1922, a pioneer less its 3 valves $300-500 
122Horn Speaker: 1920s, provenance u/k, working horn $40-100  152Ruhmkorff Coil: c.1905, H Yeates & Son, Melbourne $350-650 
123AWA Radiola: late 50s another brand new coloured set $160-350  153Coherer/Receiver: 1905-15 quality English components $1200-2000 
1241920s Homebrew: Complete, w/Levensons call sign chart $60-110  154Morse Register: 1890-1920 European, vertical mount $500-1500 
125New Systems Radio: 1927, Ray Allsop design 6 valve $120-340  155Morse register: 1910-1940 American (J.G. Bunnell Co) $150-350 
126AWA Radiola C38/64: Standard 6, 1927, AWA history $150-320  156AWA 3 Valve Auto Alarm Receiver: 1922, history, $650-1000 
127New Systems Radio: Sydney 1926, Allsop design no tubes $100-300  157Signal Bell for above: 1915-25. Very rare item $400-650 
128Freshman 5-F-5 De Luxe: 1925, built-in horn, rare $190-480  158Marconi Type 80 Double Note Magnifier:1917-25,w/V24s. $2000-3000 
129Invincible 4: Early Aussie m/facture w/Radiokes coils $60-160  159Marconi Type 79 Detector/3 stage Amp: 1917-1925 $1800-2600 
130Airzone Radio Star: 1937 Model 550 repaired crack/top $120-350  160Admiralty Model N9 Note Magnifier: 1925 s/no 389 $1000-1600 
131Crystal Set 1920s: Class components, unique Harley det. $50-120  161Coherer Receiver: V early example 1903-1905, fragile $1700- 2500 
132Three valve wireless: 1920s by Keogh of Sydney $70-140  162RAN Double Det. Crystal Receiver: WW I, Randwick $3000-4000 
133Browns Folded Horn Speaker: 1925, Class cabinet model $100-280  163Harringtons Popular Three: 1920s, local no valves $60-100 
134Astor Neutrodyne: 1928-9, five valve, complete $80-200  164RCA Radiola 16: Sold widely here by AGE. Needs work $60-120 
135Atwater Kent Speaker: Model F4 1929 $60-130  165Crosley Super Trirdyne Regular: 1925, complete, $150-320 
136Browns Horn: Like most speakers on offer checks good $90-100  166Fada 195A Neutrodyne: 1924, neat, 3 valves, rare, $150-300 
137Atwater Kent 20c: 1925, an Oz favourite. No valves $100-200  167Peter Pan Snail: 1949, model CPM, Ivory, complete $130-320 
138AWA Radiola Standard Six: 1928, unrestored no valves $130-280  168Astor Widows Peak: Baby model, sound, $200-400 
139Neutrowound: 1926, spectacular/rare, w/valve caps, $350-700  169Peter Pan Snail: 1949, model CPM, brown, great shape $130-320 
140Atwater Kent Spkr: Model E 1926. A-Ks first cone speaker $80-22  170Airzone 404 Cathedral: 1932, rare, early, beautiful $400-800 
141Gecophone Folded Horn: 1925, checks good, back missing $70-150  171Tasma Baby: 1934 S/Het. Also early/scarce $220-450 
142Cossor Melody Maker: renowned kit set from 1926-72 $80-160  172Airzone Symphony Leader: 1939, superb chassis $400-800 
143Radiair Three: 1926, Sydney, one of several models $100-200  173Stromberg Carlson 5A Pedestal speaker: 1926, cf lot 118 $200-400 
144Udisco Five: 1927, first single-dialer, no valves $120-250  174Stromberg Carlson model 56: 1935 fine example of period $100-300 
145Philips 2516 Compact: 2 valve set, restored, literature $80-200  175Airzone model 501: 1933, restored, peephole dial $100-300 
146Gecophone Open Cone Speaker: checks good c.1928 $70-180  176Gulbransen Console: c.1932, handsome 9 valve highboy $80-250 
147Radiair Two: Another from Radiairs line-up. $90-170  177Gilfillan GN5: complete w/Dynacone and P/S, working, $300-400 
148Wondertone 4: from Wiles Wonderful Wireless 1925 $120-260  178RCA Radiola 25: 1925, w/loop, 6 tube s/het from AGE $250-450 
149Atwater Kent 35: 1926, The Bathtub beautifully restored $140-300  179Atwater Kent 33: 1927, neat six valve TRF complete $140-300 
150Radiola II: 1923, 1st commercial portable, with uv199s $300-500  180Amplion Concert Dragon: AR23 21 inch flare, rare as $350-650 
181Amplion Dragon Horn: 1925 , $120-250 

 
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181Amplion Dragon Horn: 1925 , $120-250  211Kriesler 3KO6: 1939, sound original $120-280 
182Newcolian 5v three dialler: 1926, local Newcastle maker $100-250  212Kriesler Beehive: 46-47, nice, imperfect Kriesler badge $75-150 
183Burns American Electric Horn: 1925, Pyralin bell $150-350  213Homebrew Crystal Receiver: Enclosed det, neat variometer $60-120 
184Crosley 52: 1924 unique bookleaf tuner, absent 1 valve, $150-320  214Novelty Crystal set: In period Lolly jar open detector $60-100 
185Gecophone Horn: 1925, to accompany any early Geco set $100-300  215Enclosed Receiver: home brew open detector less galena $50-90 
186James Straight 8: 1927, H.K. James (Melbourne) s/n 294 $100-250  216Pilot AC Super Wasp: 1928, famous all-wave receiver $150-300 
187Amplion Junior De Luxe: A rare survivor $170-400  217Pilot Super Wasp: 1928, boxed Pilot coils Pilot P/S $350-650 
188Healing Golden Voice: 1946, mini-mantel, white, sound $160-300  218Radiola 17 on Speaker Table: 1927, sold widely in Oz $140-320 
189Healing Golden Voice: 1946, good cabinet, cracked glass $100-210  219Brownie No 2 Crystal Receiver: 1925, in ultra-rare box $220-350 
190STC Bantam: 1950, wrong knobs, will clean up well $90-200  220Westinghouse Aeriola One valve: 1922, early RCA set $160-300 
191Stromberg Carlson 5A3: Dual wave, all there $75-160  221U/K early Crystal receiver: c.1926, BBC licensed $70-120 
192AWA 45E/C79 Console: 1931 classic. Well restored $100-400  222Gecophone no. 1: 1924, open detector, great cabinet $160-320 
193Oak Speaker Table: Early. To suit your use. $40-80  223RCA Radiola III: 1923-4, small set with big history $170-320 
194Beale Console: c.1935, classic Beale design/quality $150-380  224Large British Crystal set: likely Geco, open detector, $160-320 
195Astor Mickey GK: c.1946, white, as seen $100-220  225See-through Home-Brew: w/open detector, needs galena $50-90 
196Astor Mickey KM: 1947, brown Bakelite $90-180  226Max Howden Two Valve open set: valves check OK $70-110 
197Astor Mickey KM: 1947, ivory, all original $100-220  227Commercial Single Slider Crystal Receiver: good shape $80-160 
198Astor Mickey DL: 1940, cream, repaired cabinet $70-140  228Magnavox Dynamic Speaker: type 416, untested $20-50 
199Raycophone Peewee: 1934, early Peewee, a beauty $140-350  229Sterling Audivox R1284 Horn Spkr: original paint $120-250 
200Salonola: c.1946, neat timber mantel $80-180  230Healing 501E: all present and correct $90-200 
201Peter Pan: 1948, ivory, good shape, small front crack $100-220  231Healing A449E: The push-button tuner version $150-320 
202Democrat: by Eclipse Radio, 1949, side crack $90-180  232Two Dial Salonola: 1931, 4v AC, on Queen Anne legs $150-320 
203Democrat: 1949, good shape, a design with flair $150-300  233Malvern Star Mini-Mantel: 1940, model 408, nice shape $160-310 
204Astor Football: 1948, ivory $250-400  234AWA model 55: 1929, AC, beaut cabinet/matching stand $200-450 
205Healing Scales: Moderne, c.1950, ivory, sound $350-500  235Atwater Kent Horn: 1924 model M/ breadboard companion $150-330 
206Monarch: Baby mantel, c.1948, Model AR $90-180  236Amplifex Loop Antenna: late 20s. Few of these survive $50-100 
207Genalex/Tasma Twin: 1950, light colour, working roller $120-250  237Restored Panel/chassis: local, cabinet project $50-90 
208Tasma Twin: 1950, white, all original, working tuner $120-250  238RCA Radiola 20: 1925, a classic of the era $200-460 
209Kriesler Beehive:46-47, good complete shape $90-180  239Lekmek 58-EM: 1934, 5v, 8 inch speaker, $140-350 
210Kriesler 3KO6: 1939, some damage top R, lovely chassis $100-200  240AWA C68: 1929, AC, nice original, with speaker $250-500 
241Lekmek: 5 valve, striking appearance, c.1935 $180-340 

 
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241Lekmek: 5 valve, striking appearance, c.1935 $180-340  271AWA RADIOPHONE: 1925-6, model RR3, early,very rare $500-800 
242Operadio folded horn: 1924-5, sunburst grille $60-120  272AWA Radiolette Model 24: unrestored electrically. $250-500 
243Loop Antenna: from Deutsche Telephonwerke. Late 20s $60-120  273David Jones Compact: DJs answer to AWA, c.1933 $150-300 
244Udisco Super Six: 1927, as impressive as Udisco comes $250-450  274H G Palmer Transistor: All early transistors open bid at $20 
245RCA 100A: Napoleons hat 1926. RCA s first cone speaker $70-110  275AWA 8 Transistor: red leather, $20+ 
246Gulbransen: 1932, E.F Wilks, striking centrepiece $200-420  276Astor X 3: $20+ 
247RCA 103 Tapestry speaker: some damage but presentable $70-150  277AWA B67: $20+ 
248Thorola Cone Speaker: 1928, would restore beautifully $90-200  278Edison Standard: c.1915 2/4 minute w/type C reproducer $300-600 
249AWA C87: 1932, mottled burgundy, replacement back $1500-  279Kriesler 41-24: Aussie made $20+ 
250Ekco Gondola: 1958, grey, good shape $200-350  280Crown 6: turquoise $20+ 
251Ekco Gondola: 1958, cream, similar $200-350  281Harmony 6: from Hong Kong $20+ 
252Ekco Gondola: 1958, tan, similar $200-350  282National R-108: red, Japanese made $20+ 
253Stromberg Carlson 5A15: c. 1949, all original mantel $90-140  283National R-108: gun-metal, Japanese made $20+ 
254Stromberg Carlson Air Hostess: 1949, original $110-200  284Sanyo 6C337: red $20+ 
255Airway Mantel: 1947, good shape $90-180  285NEC 62: $20+ 
256AJS Two Valve Model: 1923, well made original $190-400  286Electra De Luxe 8 transistor: $20+ 
257Kriesler 11-20 Plum Pudding: 1948, excellent $100-180  287AWA B66: 6 transistor red $20+ 
258Kriesler 11-20 Plum Pudding: 1948, another good one $100-180  288Astor 8: green $20+ 
259Aristone: (Myers home brand), ivory, neat mantel $90-180  289HMV gramophone: WWI, motor renewed, reproducer to come $150-350 
260Weldon Mantel: 1947, excellent original $110-220  290Fisk Radiolette: 1934-5, model R-29 all original black $600-1100 
261Philco: (Airzone make) c.1948, neat $90-160  291Fisk Radiolette R-29: ivory Bakelite with inclusions $2000 - ? 
262Kriesler `Beehive:46-47, factory white, $90-180  292Fisk Radiolette R-27: walnut cabinet, burn hole in dial $400-700 
263Noahs Ark Novelty: by sculptor Bim Hilder & Bendix Corp $40-100  293Telegraph Sounder: Mainline, for landline telegraph $150-400 
264Amplion AB6 Speaker: moving armature, torn cloth $40-100  294Black 232 ATH telephone: good order $80-200 
265Aegis extension speaker: c.1950, brown Bakelite $50-110  295L M Ericsson metal table phone: $80-180 
266Aegis extension speaker: c.1950, white Bakelite $60-120  296CB Candlestick: $100-220 
267Foxhole Radio: great novelty for any radio buff $20-60  297L M Ericsson Skeletal Phone: $800-1300 
268Continental Gramophone: c. 1910, (NOT an Indian) $300-400  298Siemens black 232 ATH Original: $150-250 
269AWA Radiolette R51: 1938, good shape $400-800  299JYDSK Mag Table: $100-200 
270AWA Radiolette : 1937, d/wave, extra rear switch & knob $400-800  30037 Automatic Wall Original: $100-200 
301L M Ericsson Mag Extension Switch: $30-70 

 
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301L M Ericsson Mag Extension Switch: $30-70  331Phoenix Europamester: Type 38-3U. Danish Blond! $90-250 
302L M Ericsson Extension Bell: $20-35  332Airzone 6551A Theatrette: 1946, orig grille cloth $180-380 
303Wooden Mag Wall: $90-160  333Peter Pan BKJ: Mantel c.1952, multi-wave w/band spread $160-330 
304L M Ericsson Extension Switch Original: $80-140  334Utah Speaker: 1926, moving armature cone, $100-280 
305L M Ericsson Commonwealth Mag Wall: g'mother earpiece $500-800  335Philips Sevenette: 1927, 7-sided Bakelite $130-300 
306L M Ericsson Buttinski: $90-150  336Stromberg Carlson 1A: 1925, first S-C horn $80-170 
307DC Wall Intercom: $30-70  337Ultimate 524 Console: 1932, Golden Age of Radio, TRF $100-320 
308Ekco Gondola RM204: 1958, brown $150-300  338Market Sample: these & 100s of others on sale at the venue 
309Success Model M-1: 1934, from smaller Aussie engineer $110-260  339Market Sample II: The variety is endless 
310Radiola 26: 1925, s/het portable w/folded horn speaker $200-400  340(154A) Spark era TX key (all 154X lots sold at lot 154) $140-200 
311AWA Empire Cigarette Case: 1934-6. $150-370  341(154B) Mystery key, likely naval origin $60-110 
312Technico Aristocrat Model 661: 1947, good shape $140-300  342(154C) Vibroplex `Original', great nick $100-150 
313Technico Aristocrat Model 651: 1947, similar $140-300  343(154D) Early UK relay, unusual piece $60-90 
314Philips Model 100: 1947, factory paint rub marks top $90-260  344(154E) US relay, again early, $50-80 
315Philco Console: inclined spkr, 11 valves, Philco giant $160-300  345(154F) rare UK sounder, c.1900, terminals incomplete $30-80 
316Amplion Morning Glory: Good shape, working $140-270  346(154G) UK (Siemens) relay, 1880-1900 $70-100 
317RCA Victor Model RC3 Console: c. 1934, impressive $110-240  347(154H) Wilson Pilcher induction coil, c. 1904 $40-60 
318Stewart Warner R119: 1933, 6 valve export model $110-250  348(154J) Basic Aussie military training key, c WWII $30-70 
319Airette Two Valve Portable: early Australian $80-150  349(154K) UK landline O/C Morse key for Aussie use $50-80  
320Kord Portable: c.1950, small $90-200  350(154L) Levenson's learner key, buzzer, light, battery $60-80 
321Langham Transatlantic Portable: 1929, UK, pretty $160-330  351(154M) Aussie WWII trainer key on wiring/battery box $60-80 
322No-name 3-Dialler: 1928, Weco peanut valves, good AFTS $100-180  352(154I) Western Electric Relay (US) $50-80 
323Precedent Model 4: 1948, ivory Bakelite $80-200  353  
324AWA Radiolette Console: 1934, possibly for export $150-290 
325Aerial Tuning Coil: For early Xmitter, great display $40-110 
326Amplion Radiolux RS2: 1925, folded horn, good driver $80-180 
327Amplion Radiolux Spkr: 1926-7, early cone, checks good $80-180 
328Electrosound Mantel: c.1951, machine age metal cabinet $60-130 
329Sterling Dinkie Horn: 1925, good continuity $80-160 
330Columbus Model 24: Lou's first Warners Bay radio $120-300 

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