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Vintage 1950s Old Raymond Loewy Emerson Bakelite Radio A RARE FM Tube Chassis | eBay

Vintage 1950s Old Raymond Loewy Emerson Bakelite Radio A RARE FM Tube Chassis | eBay

RAYMOND LOEWY EMERSON

RAYMOND LOEWY EMERSON

1940's Radophone

1940's Radophone

Vintage 1955 Wales B 46 Tube Radio Plastic Cabinet AS IS Collectors Take Note…

Vintage 1955 Wales B 46 Tube Radio Plastic Cabinet AS IS Collectors Take Note…

Art Deco Radio

Technology and art of the first half of the century.

1940s Tiny Mite Bakelite Radio

1940s Tiny Mite Bakelite Radio

VINTAGE 1940s MOTOROLA ART DECO OLD BAKELITE RADIO

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In these days of digital and internet radios, this Red Retro Radio is old-fashioned in just being an FM radio as much as for its vintage shape.

1940s ART DECO BAKELITE RADIO

1940s ART DECO BAKELITE RADIO

1940s OLYMPIC 6-501 Catalin Radio

1940s OLYMPIC 6-501 Catalin Radio

Bakelite radio

This one is made from Bakelite, but truly an awesome Art Deco/ Skyscraper design from the era.

Airite Model 3010 Desk SET Bakelite Tube Radio ART Deco | eBay

AIRITE Model 3010 Desk Set Bakelite Tube Radio Art Deco

Airite Model 3010 Desk SET Bakelite Tube Radio ART Deco | eBay

Sparton 558 sled radio, by Walter Dorwin Teague, 1936.  methuselahpalooza

Sparton 558 sled radio, etched green mirrored glass with five… - Radios - Entertainment Equipment - Carter's Price Guide to Antiques and Collectables

Vintage 1950s Motorola Old Atomic Mid Century Bakelite Radio Modernistic Jetsons | eBay

Vintage Motorola Old Atomic Mid Century Bakelite Radio Modernistic Jetsons

Vintage Philco Bakelite Tabletop Tube Radio

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The thermosetting plastic Bakelite was ideally suited to mass-production techniques, and Ekco (E. K. Cole Ltd.) pioneered its use for radio cabinets in Britain. This is the Ekco SH25 broadcast receiver of 1932. Very stylish speaker grill!

۞ ۩ The thermosetting plastic Bakelite was ideally suited to mass-production techniques, and Ekco (E. Cole Ltd.) pioneered its use for radio cabinets in Britain. This is the Ekco broadcast receiver of Very stylish speaker grill!

1950s vintage Bush DAC10 valve radio, bakelite case, art deco style

1950s vintage Bush DAC10 valve radio, bakelite case, art deco style

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