Zenith Tube Radio

Vtg Tube ZENITH TRANSOCEANIC RADIO 8 bands w AM Leather Works knob slips some

Vtg Tube ZENITH TRANSOCEANIC RADIO 8 bands w AM Leather Works knob slips some
Vtg Tube ZENITH TRANSOCEANIC RADIO 8 bands w AM Leather Works knob slips some
Vtg Tube ZENITH TRANSOCEANIC RADIO 8 bands w AM Leather Works knob slips some
Vtg Tube ZENITH TRANSOCEANIC RADIO 8 bands w AM Leather Works knob slips some
Vtg Tube ZENITH TRANSOCEANIC RADIO 8 bands w AM Leather Works knob slips some
Vtg Tube ZENITH TRANSOCEANIC RADIO 8 bands w AM Leather Works knob slips some
Vtg Tube ZENITH TRANSOCEANIC RADIO 8 bands w AM Leather Works knob slips some
Vtg Tube ZENITH TRANSOCEANIC RADIO 8 bands w AM Leather Works knob slips some
Vtg Tube ZENITH TRANSOCEANIC RADIO 8 bands w AM Leather Works knob slips some
Vtg Tube ZENITH TRANSOCEANIC RADIO 8 bands w AM Leather Works knob slips some
Vtg Tube ZENITH TRANSOCEANIC RADIO 8 bands w AM Leather Works knob slips some
Vtg Tube ZENITH TRANSOCEANIC RADIO 8 bands w AM Leather Works knob slips some

Vtg Tube ZENITH TRANSOCEANIC RADIO 8 bands w AM Leather Works knob slips some

I don't see a model number on it but one man wrote regarding the chassis number 6T41Z that it may be a Y600L model from 1956. Others I've seen that look very similar if not the same except for the chassis number have the model numbers of T600 or B600.

A label on the inside, side wall has the latest patent number a little over 2,606,000 which was issued in 1952 - 1953. The other bands hum or have a static sound as I don't think anyone is broadcasting. One band, I think it was the 2-4MC had what sounded like beeps a little like the dots (no dashes) of Morse code around the 2.4 mark on the dial. I doubt that's what is was but mention it by way of description.

See my condition description above too. I mentioned that the round knob sticks (slips) after moving a little. I can move the needle some but then it will stop. I can open up the back and move the needle across the entire range of the band with small pliers (moves freely) but I think the knob needs to be secured more tightly. I did not want to try to do this by removing the knob and using super glue as someone else may have a replacement or want to secure it more another way, perhaps a thin plastic shim in the hole of the knob would work.

I would think it could be replaced. I think someone who knows how could fix these 2 problems rather quickly. The leather case, considering the age is in nice condition with a few minor scuffs and small spots. I was surprised that the speaker has some nice bass sound to it.

If anyone knows how to find the model number on the radio somewhere, please let me know. Please look at all the pictures with magnification as they are part of the description and look at all the descriptions and ASK QUESTIONS if needed.

I sell all my items whether new, vintage or antique in As-Is condition. The item "Vtg Tube ZENITH TRANSOCEANIC RADIO 8 bands w AM Leather Works knob slips some" is in sale since Wednesday, July 24, 2019. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Radio, Phonograph, TV, Phone\Radios\Tube Radios\1950-59".

The seller is "tins_tools_misc" and is located in Richmond, Indiana. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, China, Sweden, South Korea, Indonesia, Taiwan, South africa, Thailand, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Bahamas, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Switzerland, Norway, Saudi arabia, United arab emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Croatia, Sri lanka, Uruguay.

  • Dimensions: 17 x 11 x 8 inches
  • Modified Item: No
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Brand: Zenith
  • Weight - unpacked: about 19 pounds


Vtg Tube ZENITH TRANSOCEANIC RADIO 8 bands w AM Leather Works knob slips some