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NOTICE

I'm at the age when it's time to seek new caretakers for my collection.  If you wish to be that person, make offer on any of the item/s in my collection that I still own. If you wish, please,  contact me  and make offer but don't ask for price.

 Radiola Speakers

 
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 The "American" (by O'neil)
 

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   Brandes Ellipticon
 

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 Brunswick model A
 

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   Dixie
 

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 The Enchanter
 

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   Crosley F (special, electrodynamic type; 4 wires

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 Crosley "Musicone" a typical 2 wire PM type

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  Kolster K-6
 

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 Pathe'  "Westminster"

 

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  Peerless Reproducer

 

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 Philco Extension Speaker

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   Stromberg-Carlson

 

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 Stewart-Warner 425 Speaker  the

"Dancing ladies"

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  Thorola 18

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  Tower "Castle"

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  Utah model 30

 

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 Western-Electric 540-AW

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