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Updated at 19:26:48 on the 5th November, 2017.

This page contains links to many other Vintage Radio websites, mainly dedicated to the receivers in many of the well-known collections.

American Valve Radios
Here are some old "All American 5" AM tube radios, and a few solid state ones courtesy of Vintage Radio & Television member, WA2ISE.

Australian Vintage Radio Society
A fairly new vintage radio club accepting new members, issuing a bi-monthly newsletter and offering the usual services you would expect from such an organisation - access to a valve and radio component bank, swap meets, regular society meetings, etc.

The Historial Radio Society of Australia
Based in Mt Waverley, Victoria, The HRSA is probably the most eminent association dealing with the subject of Vintage Radio. They have some pretty invaluable resources and membership also lets you participate in the swapmeets where receivers can be acquired at fairly reasonable prices.

Historical Wireless Society of South East Queensland
The Historical Wireless Society of South East Queensland is a well-organised association with a similar role to the HRSA.

Kevin Chant
Kevin Chant - a collector's website containing photos, information and circuit diagrams for many popular receivers from Australia and overseas.

Phil Storr's Radio Projects
A site dedicated to the restoration of some of Australia's most collectable receivers.

Radio Collectors
A group of radio collectors centralised on Yahoo!7, a leading social networking website.

Reg Gauci's Radios
Reg Gauci's vintage radio website, lots of pictures.

Teletronics Australia
A display of vintage televisions, valves and electrical insulators.

Vintage Wireless
A new website covering the restoration of those classic late 1940's and early 1950's four-valve mantel sets.

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