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Posted 6 years ago


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Found this in a flea market in South Dakota. Believe it is pre-WWII due to the bands on the dial. Has a badge that says IMPERIAL but can't find any info online. Can anyone identify this?

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  1. Pop_abides Pop_abides, 6 years ago
    Can you get a better picture of the info on the chassis or can you write it down? kIt might help. I can see the two paper tags but I can't read them......
  2. Lama, 6 years ago
    Here are two pics of the labels Pop!
  3. Pop_abides Pop_abides, 6 years ago
    Well, that didn't help me, I still can't find anything except that it seems to be a chassis made by Triangle Electric Co. and a cabinet by someone else. Triangle got into law suits with Zenith so it all gets very confused. Maybe on of the Radio "Geeks" on here can help. Lots of luck but you can try to google Triangle Electric Co. or Hazeltine Corporation.........that's what I did.....
  4. ChazDaSpaz ChazDaSpaz, 3 years ago
    I believe this is a 1936 Imperial model 7626 -- I assume it's a 7-tube chassis w' 3 bands. Beautiful dial.

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