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The radios displayed within this section are "complete restorations", both electronic and cosmetic.
A complete description will accompany each set.

I understand that no matter how well done the restoration, some collectors do not want to purchase a once-shattered radio. So, unless it is mentioned within the description, the cabinet has undergone no significant structural rebuilding.

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1951 CROSLEY "BULLSEYE"

This is a fine example of one of Crosley's more memorable designs.

A complete cosmetic and electronic restoration, finished in a bright red enamel with gold accents. Original grille cloth.

This one sounds as good as it looks.

This set had no previous cabinet damage. Has reproduction knobs - everything else is original.

$285.00 U.S. ...........This one's on Ebay......HERE!!!

crosley bullseye radio

1951 CROSLEY "DOMED BULLSEYE"

This is another fine example of one of Crosley's more memorable designs.

A complete cosmetic and electronic restoration, finished in a bright red enamel with gold accents.

This one sounds as good as it looks.

This set had no previous cabinet damage. Has reproduction knobs - everything else is original.

$285.00 U.S. ...........This one's on Ebay......HERE!!!

crosley bullseye radio

1953 CROSLEY E15

OK, so I really like Crosleys.

This is a beauty, a complete cosmetic and electronic restoration, finished in a bright yellow with silver brightwork and red accent.

Sounds great as well.

As mentioned at the top of the page, I'm telling you that this one was in a few pieces when I got it...(about 5).

For that reason, I'm listing this one on Ebay.... If you are interested, you can click here.

crosley e15

1940 TROUBADOR "BULLET"

Here's a departure from the Crosleys.

I believe this is the "TROUBADOR" model, although I know that Warwick manufactured this type of set to be marketed under several other names.

This is a beauty, a complete cosmetic and electronic restoration, finished in a taupe lacquer with the original swirled brown Bakelite knobs.

Sounds great as well.

As mentioned at the top of the page, I'm telling you that this one was cracked when I got it.

For that reason, I'm listing this one on Ebay.... If you are interested, you can click here.

troubador "bullet"

SENTINEL 194UT - NATURAL BAKELITE BEAUTY

This little set dates back to around 1940 and sports a deco/Gothic style with its stepped top and claw feet.

This is a beauty, a complete cosmetic and electronic restoration, let in its polished natural Bakelite with the original swirled brown Bakelite knobs.

Sounds great as well.

I'm listing this one on Ebay.... If you are interested, you can click here.

SILVERTONE MIDGET BULLET - MODEL 6177

Here is one of what I believe to be Silvertone's classiest bakelite sets..... a tiny, heavy little beauty which I hear was actually built by Detrola for Sears Roebuck.. It dates back to 1939.

A complete cosmetic and electronic restoration, finished in a bright blue enamel with red accents. The original back back is in excellent condition, the tuning knob is an excellent reproduction.

This was an absolute disaster when I got got it....many pieces..so you know the story......For that reason, I'm listing this one on Ebay.... If you are interested, you can click here.

silvertone bullet

EMERSON MODEL 547 - SIMPLE BUT NICE

This set was a previously restoration which I've done some more work on.. Dating back to 1947, this classy little set is said to have been designed by Raymond Loewy, the famed American Industrial Designer.

This set was cracked in several places, and had been fiber glassed on the inside. I left some in place, and further reinforced and reglued it my own way.

A complete cosmetic and electronic restoration, finished in a cream and red enamel with gold accents.

As mentioned at the top of the page, I'm telling you that this one was cracked when I got it.For that reason, I'm listing this one on Ebay.... If you are interested, you can click here.

emerson twotone