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A REAL CUTIE! This is a most unusual radio. This was built for RCA by Westinghouse for the 1930 Radiola line. Very small, measures only 34" tall. The cabinet is unusual in that the cabinet is made of pressed wood, not repwood (which is sawdust and glue) but real wood, sliced into thin layers and pressed into a mold to give it a real carved wood look. The chassis is also unusual in layout and design, a super sensitive 7-tube TRF circuit with excellent sensitivity, selectively and sound quality. Electronic restoration just completed, the cabinet was redone by the previous owner. Has original grill cloth, the dial scale is one of my replications.

NOTE; the Radiola 42 is the same set in a Plain Jane cabinet. Other Similar models are:

 < Reproduction dial scale for this model is available
 < Manuals, labels & other paper for the above and other RCA Radiola models are available.
 
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