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Rare 1935 Packard-Bell Peach Mirror Tube Radio Model 35

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    Posted 8 years ago

    Radio-Tony
    (67 items)

    Here is a hard to find rare radio from 1935 its a Packard-Bell Mirror Glass Radio in a Peach Pinkish color, I think its a Model 35......any ideas?
    One thing about Mirror Radios, they are very hard to photo to many reflections.
    Love the Art Deco Grill Design.

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    Comments

    1. toolate2 toolate2, 8 years ago
      This is killer!! I hate you....lol...
    2. Radio-Tony Radio-Tony, 8 years ago
      Ha! Thanks I wish the pics came out better a really beautiful radio, so hard to photo!! Thanks Everyone!!
    3. kstlfido, 8 years ago
      Hey Tony!

      Kent here. Steve Parr and I have been trying to reach you. PM me if you can here.

      Nice mirror set! I have a little pile of vintage colbalt-blue mirror material; with a strong sandblaster, you could make a grill. Thought about converting an old wood radio to mirror. Heaps of work.

      Pics- needs to be in a white room, no flash. Bathrooms work well.

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