This one has great cosmetics, no cracks or chips, dial front has only the lightest minor wear which looks worse under the camera flash. Anyway, all original and complete.. So I got this from an old radio guy, he was clearing out some of his collection and he told me he had recently checked and/ or replaced the tubes.. However, the tuning dial, while firm and turns okay and seems connected, its not tuning further, are the two large arrows supposed to move with the tuning dial? Personally I don't think so, but instead that they are moved just by hand.....
Be nice if someone could clear that up as I researched it and found nothing......... Theres a bit of light scratching in a small area on the bakelite top again, looks worse than actual.. Measures 14.5 x 8.5 x 7.5 inches..Weighs in at around 13 pounds. See the adapter plug on the back corner. The old guy told me what this was but I kinda forget. I thought he said it was for a turntable?
Seems more likely it would be another speaker anyway, something to check out. OTHER COUNTRIES please contact me.. Please know -- a camera lens and flash highlight and even exaggerate faults and damage to an item................ Hence, in reality the item always looks better than in a photo........ Go to one of my listings.EBays FEEDBACK in not accurate because most Buyers dont leave Feedback. Look in Community; many other Sellers say the same thing: the feedback system is inaccurate. And I'm a good one. So, please, trust me; I'm doing my best for both of us. But again, in all my years I've never had to resort to this.
The item "Antique vintage Zenith Bakelite S-17787 tube radio. Art Deco, copper arrow dial" is in sale since Thursday, July 25, 2019. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Radio, Phonograph, TV, Phone\Radios\Tube Radios\1930-49".The seller is "dbrownridge" and is located in victoria, b. This item can be shipped worldwide.