A German AEG Volksempfanger, or "Peoples Receiver" VE 301 Bakelite radio c. 1938 original valves, speaker and speaker cover, overall in very good condition, coincidently this model cost 76 German Reichsmark, the equivalent of two weeks salary, serial numbe
'Berridge', New Zealand c.1925/36, model 'The Berridge 5', 5 valves, home-built battery set table cabinet, constructed by Mr. Height C. Berridge, 2 Arthur Street, Ponsonby, Auckland (very good condition)
Simplex, USA c.1932, model J, 5 valves, very rare radio with cathedral cabinet, original grille cloth and one original knob (no borer, two valves missing; valve diagram and model # on underside of base-board)
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
We do not automatically renew subscriptions, however you will be contacted prior to the expiry date and you may choose to renew if you wish.
We offer library subscriptions at competitive rates for both in-library access via IP address and off-library access through EZproxy software or similar. One subscription covers all libraries in your group.