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I am inquiring as to the value of the attached radio. I appreciate any advice you can provide.

Thank you

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Comment by David C. Poland on August 18, 2020 at 3:52pm

Appears to be the 1935 first version -  5 control knobs.  The colorful dial insert is the type  used starting mid 1936, so is probably a replacement on your example.

Be careful not to damage the multi pin plug.

Comment by Janice Lunt on August 18, 2020 at 3:47pm

Thank you for your reply. What I have pictured are the only parts I have.


Comment by Kent King on August 18, 2020 at 1:50pm

Hello and welcome!

This set is the Allwave High Fidelity, manufactured from 1935-37. Is this the only part you have? There should also be a large power supply chassis and a speaker system. What you have pictured is just the tuner. Chrome condition is important, this set has some rust and bubbling - but I have seen worse. Those are not original knobs but you do have the panel and escutcheons. 

There is a big difference in value for just a tuner vs a complete set. Let me know if you have any other parts. Someone will certainly want even a separate tuner...


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