The Fine Things are Always Hand Made
Our local PBS outlet ran a show last night named, The Bomb, about development of atomic weaponry. At a point, approximately between 68 and 72 minutes, there is a sequence of radio receivers pictured onscreen.
One of those appears to be either a 16A or 800B. Anyone else here that can positively identify what model Scott it is?
This radio was my late grandfathers and was on a submarine he claimed. Not sure if it works and don't want to plug it in due to possible current sensitivity of radio. It's appears to be in great shape and knowing him, it probably works. I'm curious about the value of this unit, thanks!
I want to save the key radio components from a rather distressed Chippendale-Grand cabinet.
There just seems to be one bracket and a couple of wood screws affixing the top tuner chassis to the back of the cabinet. If I want to remove that chassis, what do I have to do to remove it? Will the front panel with the dial come out with the chassis? I don't see any attaching hardware at the front of the cabinet.
Of course, I will remove the control knobs with their…Continue