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    Posted 10 years ago

    N321
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    Unknown--- any info?
    Suspected to be a 1920-1930s Emerson radio originally (possibly) from America, (now in the uk) made its way through my family ain't a clue who bought/received it or a thing bout it, bin through the radios.on here an didn't see anything look in like it :)

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    1. Bobber57 Bobber57, 10 years ago
      You have an Emerson 350AW from 1933. Do the doors still work?
      http://www.radiomuseum.org/r/emerson_350aw.html
    2. N321, 10 years ago
      Yeah the doors still work fine its in perfect condition it judt needs converting for power source and thanks thought it was a lost cause till then
    3. solderkid, 5 years ago
      My old memory came alive. This Emerson radio was my grandpa's radio.
      Last time I saw was 1961 when grandma was alive. I guessed grandpa bought it before WW II. I remember woodwork was delicate and beautiful. I was in Kyoto Japan. It is interesting before Sony and Panasonic came to be big time Emerson radio had been king of radio in Japan.

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