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A Philips Radio Player V7A c1937 brown Bakelite valve radio serial number 27739, 34 x 45 x 20 cm

A Philips 834AS Super Inductance Bakelite front valve radio serial number 62224F, 45 x 40 x 23 cm

A Philips Brown Bakelite valve radio serial number 62296, 35 x 54 x 22 cm

A Philips B3X85U/05 pushbutton plastic case radio AF back missing serial number PL30999, 19.5 x 33 x 18 cm

A Philips 172 white plastic valve radio 240v serial number 25317, 18 x 31 x 15 cm

A Philips Type 208 Bakelite valve radio 240v serial number M2875, 25 x 35 x 18 cm

A Philips 124 Bakelite valve radio 240v AF serial number 30405, 30 x 42 x 24 cm

Mallard, New Zealand late 1940s, model 558, 5 valves, mantel Bakelite cabinet with a correct sized Philips glass dial scale, but unoriginal to this set

Philips, Netherlands 1928, model 372, 'B' type cabinet, high tension battery eliminator unit (all original)

Philips, UK 1932/33, model 630A, 6 valves, large Art Deco table cabinet in wood and Bakelite, mostly complete (some borer holes (treated))

Home-built batteryset, New Zealand mid-1920s, 5 valves, battery kitset with Philips version of 201A tubes in good condition

Philips, Netherlands 1936/27, model PCJJ, Bakelite extension speaker only (damaged with multiple cracks)

Philips 'Baby Grand', UK/Netherlands 1928, classic red and black papier-m√Ęche speaker known as 'The Chinese Hat' without stand (dirty condition but all original)

Philips, UK 1933/34, model 634A, 5 valves, 'Superinductance' cathedral cabinet radio (some borer holes (treated) on front panel and to base board)

Philips, Netherlands 1930, model 2510, 5 valves, metal box cabinet (good original condition with original valves)

Philips, UK 1933/34, model 634A, 5 valves, cathedral cabinet. This is the first Philips model to have A.V.C. Good back (small amount of borer holes (treated) to the bottom)

Philips 'Sevenette', Netherlands 1928, model 2019/2029, Bakelite speaker cabinet (in general good condition with no cracks)

Philips, UK ca. 1935, model 472A, 7 valves, table cabinet, with super inductance. Rare model

1950/60's Philips radio, approx 32 cm x 14 cm x 14 cm

Large old Philips radio, veneered and glass selection panel, approx 35 cm high, 52 cm wide, 24 cm deep

Philips 1930s Art Deco walnut case floor model radio 90 cm high, 57 cm wide, 30 cm deep

Vintage Phillips (made in Holland) portable radio together with Ballantynes Scotch Whiskey transistor radio

Philips, coffin case mottled brown Bakelite radio circa 1930. Scarce

Two Philip's Minstrel coloured mantle radios (red and cream) circa 1950.(2)

Vintage Bakelite telephone and radio a 300 series PMG dial telephone and Phillips radio, both in original condition

Philips wooden venner radio a long with a HMV wooden radiogram radio (2)

1926 Udisco Receiving Radio, Philips, power supply and speaker

A Philips Challenge globe, 20th century, on chrome and wood stand, approx 42 cm high

Philips 135B Radio Australian, circa 1952, No. 56003, brown Bakelite case and knobs with gold trim and clear vertical grill and dial cover, stress crack to top of dial 21 cm high x 26 cm wide x 18 cm deep. Literature: See Sheridan, Peter and Singer, Ritchi

Radio, Philips 135, circa 1952, No. 52992, cream case and knobs with black trim and clear vertical grille and dial cover. Height 21 cm. Width 26 cm. Depth 18cm longiterature: See Sheridan, Peter and Singer, Ritchie, Radio Days, Australian Bakelite Radios,

Radio, Philips 135B circa 1952, No. 56392, light green case with dark green knobs and clear vertical grille and dial cover. Height 21 cm x. Width 26 cm x. Depth 18cm longiterature: See Sheridan, Peter and Singer, Ritchie, Radio Days, Australian Bakelite Ra

Radio, Philips 135, circa 1952, No. 52307, brown case and knobs with clear vertical grille and dial cover. Height 21 cm. Width 26 cm. Depth 18cm longiterature: See Sheridan, Peter and Singer, Ritchie, Radio Days, Australian Bakelite Radios, Sydney, 2008, p

Radio, Philips 135B, circa 1952, No. 54986, brown case and knobs with white trim and clear vertical grill and dial cover. Height 21 cm. Width 26 cm. Depth 18cm longiterature: See Sheridan, Peter and Singer, Ritchie, Radio Days, Australian Bakelite Radios,

Radio, Mullard circa 1952, No. 59432, light blue case and knobs with white trim, red 'Philips model 135B' label to back. Height 21 cm x. Width 26 cm x. Depth 18cm longiterature: See Sheridan, Peter and Singer, Ritchie, Radio Days, Australian Bakelite Radio

Radio, Philips 100A circa 1949, brown case with red knobs. Height 15.5 cm x. Width 23 cm x. Depth 16 cm

Radio, Philips 100, circa 1947, marbleised dark green case and knobs. Height 16 cm. Width 24 cm. Depth 16cm longiterature: See Sheridan, Peter and Singer, Ritchie, Radio Days, Australian Bakelite Radios, Sydney, 2008, p.147 for similar example

Radio, Philips 100, circa 1947, brown case with dark red knobs. Height 16 cm. Width 24 cm. Depth 16cm longiterature: See Sheridan, Peter and Singer, Ritchie, Radio Days, Australian Bakelite Radios, Sydney, 2008, p.147 for similar example

'Phillips model 930a' mantle radio in 'Ham tin Arbolite case

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