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Dietrich Lubs clock Radio for Braun, model 4799, batteryoperated with world clock and light, Germany, c. 1980s, 7 cm high, 16 cm wide

Castiglioni Bros RR226 Radio-Phonogram for Brionvega, Castiglioni Bros Radio Phonograph model RR126 for Brionvega, white laminated wood with detachable speakers, 1st edition, Italy, c. 1966, (Same model owned by David Bowie, recenly sold at Sothebys New Yo

Astor B.C. Mickey brown bakelite radio with battery case, 15 cm high, 23 cm wide, 14 cm

Marco Zanuso Radio for Brionvega, Perforated metal, Italy, c 1980s

A Peter Pan '. Snail'. mottled brown bakelite mantel radio, circa 1930'. s

An RPC Chicago S Mantola brown Bakelite valve radio, serial number 91809, 18 x 27 x 18 cm

An STC red and cream Bakelite radio serial number n/a, 15 x 33 x 14 cm

An STC A5240 Pick-Up radio in grey and burgundy missing two knobs serial number D57353, 25 x 31 x 19 cm

A STC A4110 Eiffel Tower radio in white serial number C13950, 19 x 30 x 18 cm

An STC A4110 Eiffel Tower radio in brown serial number D54272, 19 x 30 x 18 cm

A STC 542 timber cased valve radio 110v missing one knob serial number 23751, 27 x 46 x 27 cm

A STC timber cased valve radio serial number 61886, 28 x 46 x 27 cm

An STC Bantam white and black plastic radio serial number n/a, 14.5 x 33 x 14 cm

An STC A141 Brown Bakelite valve radio 240v AF some marks to case, missing back serial number 69362, 23 x 34 x 19 cm

An STC A140 Brown Bakelite valve radio 240v AF some marks to case, missing back serial number 69898, 23 x 34 x 19 cm

A Knight Ranger green Bakelite radio c. 1946 110v serial number n/a, 17 x 23 x 18 cm

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

An STC brown Bakelite radio 240v serial number n/a, 26 x 45 x 28 cm

An STC C141 Bakelite valve radio 240v AF serial number 108789, 15.5 x 24 x 16 cm

A Freshman 525 super heterodyne c. 1920's timber cased valve radio serial number 3k077875, 19 x 28 x 15 cm

An SBR 641A lyre form Bakelite valve radio c. 1950 serial number 350135, 25 x 29 x 19 cm

S.T.C. Australia c.1938, model 62, 6 valves, table cabinet with two mottled back and red knobs and two unoriginal ones (some paint splatters, no borer)

S.T.C. Australia 1933/34, model 54A, 5 valves, rare table cabinet (two original knobs, some sun damage)

National, New Zealand c.1935/36, model ACC, 6 valves, table cabinet radio manufactured by Auckland Radio Ltd, with original chassis, grille cloth and knobs

Atwater Kent, USA c.1928, model 30, 6 valves, rare single dial in a mahogany compact cabinet (no valves otherwise in good original condition)

'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)

Skyscraper, New Zealand c.1935, 4 valves, mantel cabinet, good grille cloth

Gulbransen, USA c.1934, model 7D, 7 valves, rare Art Deco console cabinet, Magnavox speaker (serious borer (treated))

Kreisler, Australia 1933/34, 5 valves, console cabinet, one original 'S' (globe) tube type 280, Jensen model D-17 (blue label) speaker (chassis has rust)

Columbus, New Zealand c. 1940, model 12, 5 valves, this mantel cabinet radio is the smallest wooden Columbus model made (one chip to rolled end of cabinet otherwise a nice original set)

EKCO, UK c. 1945, model U49, 5 valves, large Bakelite chest cabinet in good original condition, AC/DC radio

Ultimate, New Zealand c. 1934, model 5JC, 5 valves, chest cabinet with Art Deco grille (good chassis and speaker, missing 1 knob)

S.T.C. Australia 1933, model 44, 4 valves, table cabinet with all original pieces (small amount of borer holes (treated), some corrosion to chassis)

Clarion, USA c. 1933, 5 valves, AC/DC mantel cabinet, asbestos rear plate

Ultimate, New Zealand c. 1929, model 3, 5 valves, rare NZ set with screen Grid 5 with twin tin escutcheons in battery set chest type mahogany cabinet

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)

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

R.C.A. Radiola, USA 1927, model 16, wooden box cabinet (cracked), good escutcheon, 6x01A's (no knobs, with borer holes (treated))

G.E.C. (USA): Transistomatic radio camera, c1964. The integration of a G.E. Transistor radio and a Kodak Instamatic 100 camera - an evolutionary cul-de-sac

Emerson Catalin AU 190 Cathedral. American, c. 1937, butterscotch case and knobs, a/f