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    Posted 8 years ago

    Jayme115
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    i was wondering if anyone can give me any infomation on this tube radio
    it has a glass tuner that lights up on the top
    it still works
    has 4 knobs on the front
    has a fm and am button like thing on both sides of glass.

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    Comments

    1. tubeaudioguy, 8 years ago
      its a Philips, smaller version of my Philips both were made around the mid 1950s pretty rare i think .
    2. lannd lannd, 8 years ago
      Philips made some beautiful radios . Love the exposed glass dial .
    3. TubesValves TubesValves, 7 years ago
      A nice Philips radio and rare to find with the glass dial intact! As you can plainly see it was very easy to break the top dial. I also believe the dial was lit from the bottom of the glass which made the dial details light up.

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