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A Philco Model 59S circa 1935 "Owl Eye" timber cased radio 110v part label to base serial number n/a, 23 x 31 x 14 cm

A Philco Model 89 Super Heterodyne timber cased valve radio no speaker, restored cabinet serial number J34087, 41 x 33 x 24 cm

A Philco 41-226 timber cased valve radio with enclosed aerial 110v missing back serial number D78393, 21 x 34 x 18 cm

A Philco Transitone 49-506 timber cased valve radio with painted base 110v back missing serial number J80808, 19.5 x 31 x 19 cm

A Philco Transitone 49-506 timber cased valve radio110v serial number L93967, 19.5 x 31 x 19 cm

A Philco Model 40-130 timber cased valve radio 110v serial number n/a, 26 x 37 x 22 cm

A Philco timber cased valve radio 110v back missing serial number n/a, 22 x 28 x 15 cm

A Philco 203A cream radio 240v case cracked and restored serial number 44818, 19.5 x 29 x 17 cm

A Philco 48-460-122 radio circa 1948, 110v serial number 211344701, 19.5 x 29 x 17 cm

Philco, USA 1934, model 45C, 6 valves, Art Deco 'Butterfly' mantel cabinet (some veneer lifting/missing)

Philco, New Zealand 1954, model 401, 4 valves, two radios with mantel cabinets, the first in burgundy (no chips, no cracks), the second in mint green (cracked underside)

Philco, USA 1932, model 91E, 9 (3-band) valves, cathedral cabinet with original chassis and speaker (grille cloth ripped, base board damaged, small amount of borer holes (treated))

Philco, USA 1938, model 39-39, 5 valves, good example of the 'Eyelid' dialled Art Deco mantel range. the last of the USA Philco imports to NZ

Philco, New Zealand 1958 to 1962, model 'Alabama', 5 valves, two plastic mantel cabinet radios, one in mint green colour, the other in ivory (no chips or cracks)

Philco, USA 1930, model 96E (296 in USA), 9 valves, very rare radio phonograph, screen-grid T.R.F. Console/radio phonograph, with a full set of knobs and ornate tone arm under the lid. Two rows of 78 Records included

Philco Radio model 20 (early version), cathedral USA made cabinet and New Zealand made chassis, dial escutcheon altered

A Philco Cathedral radio, Superhetrodyne, chassis type 89

Philco 527 Transitone Radio American, circa 1950, brown Bakelite case and knobs with gold coloured finishing, untested 15.5 cm x 28 cm x 17cm longiterature See Stein, mark V., plastic Radios, America, 2006, p.171 for similar example.

Radio, Philco circa 1950s, grey case with wraparound grille and matching knobs 17 cm high x 28 cm wide x 16.5 cm deep

Radio, Philco circa 1950s, light blue case with wraparound grille and matching knobs 17 cm high x 28 cm wide x 16.5 cm deep

Radio, Philco circa 1950s, green case with wraparound grill and white knobs 17 cm high x 28 cm wide x 16.5 cm deep

Radio, Philco, circa 1950, white case with black knobs 17 cm x. Width 29 cm. Depth 16 cm

Philco boomerang radio, circa 1949 black and red case with red knob. Height 16.5 cm. Width 28 cm. Depth 17 cm

Philco boomerang radio, circa 1949 pink and black case with white knob 16.5 cm high x 28 cm wide x 17 cm deep

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