1920 radio

Step back in time with our curated collection of vintage 1920s radios. Discover the iconic designs and rich history of the golden age of broadcasting.
(A radio advertisement in 1925). The invention of the radio brought the world together by sharing news, sports, and music. It provided inexpensive entertainment for the whole family to enjoy, and enabled previously regional music such as jazz and country, to reach a much greater audience, thus sparking the dance age. By the end of 1929 over one-third of Canadian households had a radio. It enlightened people on the daily news in the world and introduced them to new music, making the 1920s roar. 1920 Radio, 1920s Radio, 1950s Radio, Radio Broadcasting, Golden Age Of Radio, Music Making, Radio Vintage, American Homes, Old Time Radio

(A radio advertisement in 1925). The invention of the radio brought the world together by sharing news, sports, and music. It provided inexpensive entertainment for the whole family to enjoy, and enabled previously regional music such as jazz and country, to reach a much greater audience, thus sparking the dance age. By the end of 1929 over one-third of Canadian households had a radio. It enlightened people on the daily news in the world and introduced them to new music, making the 1920s…

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Kelsea MacKay
Picture of Inspiration: Philco, RCA, and other vintage radios Locked Door, Golden Age Of Radio, Radio Antigua, Old Time Radio, Juke Box, Retro Radio, The Lone Ranger, Antique Radio, Old Radios

Anachronistic Audio: the Cathedral Radio: In the beginning of 2014 I had the amazing experience of being an Artist-in-Residence at the Autodesk/Instructables Pier 9 workshop. During this time, I embarked on an exploration of audio related projects re-imagined in the style of the Medici wor…

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Kay Johnson
Radio 1920s, on ArtStation at https://www.artstation.com/artwork/Vg0xa8 1920s Radio Host, 1920 Technology, 1920s Technology, Vintage Radio Aesthetic, 1920s Radio, 1920s Living Room, 1930s Radio, Candela Obscura, Money Value

I needed a radio for a 1920s living room... With over 50 centimeters in length, it was like its own little piece of furniture. Gravor Orchestra loudspeaker, - A German brand from the 1920s. This one is powered by a battery. Found a price quote for radios in the mid-1920s, where the cheapest, (in today's money value) cost $ 450 up to $ 4,500. It was apparently common to order the components, make the box and assemble the radio yourself to save money. Take a look at this…

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