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The Radiola VIIB was a long sought after addition to my collection. In my opinion the Radiola VIIB is RCA's most attractive of the early "Radiola" series. The style and cabinet design epitomizes the nineteen-twenties look in radio fashion. As you can see from the above images, there are a number of unique features found in this set. One; it is a self contained set (sans the antenna) with a built-in speaker and room for the complete battery complement. Two; the electronic components are all of special design to be of very shallow (to save space), including the tuning condensers and the audio transformers.  Originally designed as a drop-in panel for installing in the top of the wind-up phono's as a Radiola IX in 1923 and later fitted for the 'VIIB. The original price was $275.00, 2569 were made.

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