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danwalker

Calgary Alberta, Canada

I have been collecting antiques for many years,but it really got going about six years ago[for some unknown reason].I collect antique radios,oil lamps ,Aladdin ;lampI have been collecting antiques for many years,but it really got going about six years ago[for some unknown reason].I collect antique radios,oil lamps ,Aladdin ;lamps torchiere lamps and any thing that is from the 20s and 30s. The hardest part of my collecting is learning how radios work so I can repair them. If I had to do it I would not do it but I can go at my own pace . Being a member of the Antique Radio Forum had really helped me and I suggest anyone interested in radios have a look at that forum.. I find it the best on the web.You might want to have a look at one of my posts with photos of my basement and you will see some of my collection .ENJOY (Read more)

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GE model  512F,     clock radio  [1951 - Art Decoin Art Deco
DeForest Crosley ,,,,,,,, can't find model # - Art Decoin Art Deco
Rogers  model 7R623 table radio - Radiosin Radios
1938 Philco chairside radio - Art Decoin Art Deco
RCA console radio model  8K - Art Decoin Art Deco
A collectable  Philco cathedral - Radiosin Radios
Majestic tombstone model 6M531 - Art Decoin Art Deco
A minature Chrome  Silvertone radio - Art Decoin Art Deco
Northern Electric console  - Art Decoin Art Deco
A very popular RCA style console - Art Decoin Art Deco

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  1. Thanks for the interest..The first radio is MY 'Buckingham'' and the cabinet is the only thing that is similar. The second one you posted does not have it mine is s model 83, and they don't show ...
  2. The transformer you see in the center bottom is an output transformer, which goes to the speaker. Dan
  3. Here is a link to Radio museum. about your radio https://www.radiomuseum.org/r/sudfunk_k986_neu.html It takes 4; 1.5 volt batteries Dan in Calgary
  4. I do appreciate the comments. As with life, take care of the details and the rest will fall into place. Passion makes for easy learning,and I am passionate about trying to get the radios loo...
  5. This would be a 1920s RCA radiola. I could not find the model, but there probably were different styles of cabinets for this chassis . Yours looks like it was one of the upper class cabinets.Here is ...
  6. On your radio , the PB stands for push buttons. there are 6 of them. Originally there was an instruction s that came with the radio and it told you how to set up the push buttons. Basical...
  7. I only have a desk computer,so I don't know what happened.
  8. It is approximately 40 inches tall.
  9. The images were not sideways when I put them in. Maybe someone at collectors weekly can fix it Dan Walker
  10. What you have is a 1937 Emerson table radio in an Ingraham cabinet. The model is 163. These radios are collectable you can find the schematics in volume #8 of the Riders volumes. The tube lin...
  11. I just posted some photos of the Westinghouse radio model 80 Dan
  12. That variable capacitor looks like it is from Westinghouse model 80. I have has two of these radios and had to restring both of them. The model 80 did have good sound. I will post some photos of ...
  13. If you plan on restoring this radio to the point of being able to have it play, the first thing that needs to be done is replace the capacitors. Generally if that is done and the radio is aligned t...
  14. https://gramophonedoctor.ca/ You can get the parts you need from ''The Gramophone doctor good luck. Dan Walker
  15. It looks like an RCA model A38, but if it is , then someone has removed the bars in front of the speaker grill https://radioatticarchives.com/images/r/RCA_A-38_Lenzen.jpg It is an RCA, but ...
  16. It is hard to tell the make of the radio , by the photo, but it should be on the escutcheon [where you look to see what station you are on]. There also should be a name plate on the back of the ra...
  17. This radio is a 1936 DeForest Crosley , known as LYRA. You can look it up at Radio Attic archives Just click on DeForest Crosley and scroll down. for some reason I can't post a photo here D...
  18. If you decide to restore the radio , you can get all the information you need to do the job, at the Philco Phorum [the spelling is correct] Dan Walker
  19. It is a Philco, probably model 620, but Philco made lot of models that look very similar.
  20. https://www.flickr.com/photos/aa2h/6775279016/in/photostream I could not find the model ,but here is a link to the same radio. Dan Walker
  21. A very nice radio . the words' 'very nice ''don't do justice to a top of the line zenith. It is good to see that it will be taken care of for many more years. Dan in Calgary
  22. http://radioatticarchives.com/ If you go to this link you can see if y00ur model is there. On the back of your radio there should be a stamp on the top of the cabinet in silver paint. It would tell ...
  23. You can go to ''Antique radio forum'' and post photos of your radio and also ask about anyone in your area who restores these radios.. you should get a response. I have looked on a lot of forums...
  24. You can find out what model it is by looking at the rear of the chassis. There should be a make and model number. The serial number does not help in identifying the radio. You can also go to ''...
  25. That is a Bakelite cabinet and if you clean it well with a good household cleaner and then polish it with brasso, it will come out very nice. Dan in Calgary
  26. You may find that you will have to remove the chassis from the cabinet and see why it is not turning. You don't want to break it. Possible a little contact cleaner or a drop of oil, might do the tri...
  27. What you need is a small knob at the bottom of the radio dial[6 o'clock position] You can see on the dial that there are settings for on/off and alarm. when you have that small knob you can turn...
  28. It is interesting that they made a clock from this picture. The photo is from a 1986 snap on calendar I have the Calendar and that photo is part of the calendar. Dan
  29. If you want the radio to keep on playing, I suggest that you get the electrolytic capacitors changed.
  30. If you would like the radio restore to operating condition, there is probably someone in your area that could do it Try posting on 'Antique Radio Forum". They are a great bunch of guys. Dan i...
  31. You can contact anyone on the "'antique radio forum"" and depending on where you live , there could be someone that is a member who can help you get it restored. just give them the make and model n...
  32. It would have been make in about 1935 or 1936 The 6 means it has 6 tubes and the R means it was a Rogers. If it had a M in it that would mean it was Majestic. I have one with the very same dia...
  33. This is an re 73. I just did some research. Dan Walker
  34. This looks like an RCA re 45 although the 45 has doors on it . There were several models that are similar such as re 32, re 45 re 78. google ''RE 45, 32 57, 78 , and look at the images and yo...
  35. I did some research on your radio.it is a Marconi model 81. Someone has cut it up so it would fit in that cabinet.
  36. Thanks for the comment. The radio receives AM, ,and short wave. there is nothing broadcast on the Police band any more. For short wave it is better to have a long outside antenna and the best rece...
  37. It is a nice looking radio. If you want it to keep on working you might have the capacitors changed as they dry out over the years. Dan
  38. You have a 1936 Zenith model 5S 126 radio . it has 5 tubes. Goolge it and you will find more information.
  39. It looks like someone had taken a Marconi model 84 or 85 radio ; then chopped it down and installed it in this cabinet, as the two kinds of wood do not match. If you google Marconi model 85 you w...
  40. It is a 1939 RCA model K80 with eight tubes. 6SA7, 6SK7, 6SQ7, 6SF5, 6F6,6F6, 5Y3 and an eye tube 6U5. When recapped, it should sound very good
  41. You can now get the exact glass replacement from radio daze. I sent them one and they made me another one so they have that particular glass in their listings. ask for John, in the graphics dept
  42. The best way to clean these radios is to use brasso on it .. If you can get the old brasso, all the better. it does wonders for the finish. I know because I have one of these radios. good luck
  43. These radios are in a cramped space and they have a tendency to over heat if left on too long. when you get it serviced make sure they change the capacitors . They are quite collectable
  44. You might want to post your photo on the ''Antique radio Forum. Those guys seem to know every radio ever made.
  45. You can try ''Radio Daze'' for the reproduction graphics.
  46. You can buy reproduction knobs at 'Renovated radios', and you can get the reproduction grill cloth from ' Richmond Designs'. That will be a nice sounding radio after the capacitors have been ch...
  47. pixelpipe,, You can order decals for radios from'' Radio Daze''. Google radio daze, they have all kinds of decals and they can make up ones for most any radio even special orders.. I just strip the...
  48. If you check out the ;; Antique Radio forum ;;and post some photos they can tell you the model and give you more information about the radio.
  49. I like that radio , it must have a good sound when it is all working.. I really like the radio lamp. very nice
  50. I suggest that GOOGLE ''gobs of knobs'' His name is Mike Koste. gokmike@gmail,com
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