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 Return to top of page · Post #: 1 · Written at 4:20:07 AM on 23 December 2018.
Stdavies's Gravatar
 Location: Metford, NSW
 Member since 23 December 2018
 Member #: 2313
 Postcount: 12

Hi all, I have a 1920s-1930s beale console cabinet. Hopefully one of you can identify the model and year range from the photos in my link.


It has only 2 knobs - tuning and volume.

The dial is a hidden circular type with a small window. The window also has a crescent moon cutout in it for the dial lamp to shine through.

Unfortunately other than one knob, one knife switch and the two chassis mount bolts, there is no other hardware with it. The speaker is also missing.

I am willing to take offers, and would gladly swap for 1960s mantle radios or early transistor portables.

My collection is small but growing, consisting of 2 transistor portables (1 working, one being restored) and 2 mantle radios (1 partly restored and 1 being restored.

I will post my collection in the other forum shortly.

 Return to top of page · Post #: 2 · Written at 7:28:43 PM on 23 December 2018.
Blingbling81's avatar
 Location: Noosa, QLD
 Member since 31 December 2010
 Member #: 799
 Postcount: 301

Hi, id be interested in the cabinet for a few transistor radios you can click on my profile and send me an email cheers.

 Return to top of page · Post #: 3 · Written at 4:27:18 AM on 29 December 2018.
Stdavies's Gravatar
 Location: Metford, NSW
 Member since 23 December 2018
 Member #: 2313
 Postcount: 12

Hi BlingBling, I sent an email from my gmail account to your email on your profile. Did you receive it?

Cheers, Scott.

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