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    Posted 10 years ago

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    I have a old Zenith console, can't find any info on it was wondering if you could help. Model number 10A3R about 3 feet high, has a paper on inside with this model number, radio tube box piece A096, can you tell me any thing about it? and does it have any value on it?

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    1. Pop_abides Pop_abides, 10 years ago
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    2. cmomstou, 10 years ago
      Is there any way someone could estimate about how much it might be worth?
    3. stefdesign stefdesign, 10 years ago
      That's the same radio model our family had when I was really small. It's great looking!
    4. stefdesign stefdesign, 10 years ago
      One thing you can do to get an idea of a value, is check out similar radios on eBay and see what they are going for. But remember, many items are listed and never sold. So, even if you find the exact same model and it's listed for $1000, it might not sell at all. If it were me, I'd register for certain auction search criteria on eBay, and they will send you an email when something comes up for auction, and you can follow the bidding. Just based on the few auctions I checked out, it looks like similar (but not identical) radios were being listed from around $250-$500. The earlier 1920s & 30s deco models go for a lot more. I an NOT a radio expert, I just like being a busybody! Good luck with your research!
    5. cmomstou, 10 years ago
      Thanks for the information, and a idea of the worth.

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