Vintage Radio Tutorials
Updated on Monday, 13th October, 2014 at 20:00.
These tutorials contain a lot of worthwhile information relating to specific aspects of vintage radio. I recommend a read of these though some of them are quite large. You might need a cuppa tea and a few hours to get through them all in one hit.
Collectability of vintage radios
Knowing how to date old radios
The listener's licence and the sealed set
Batteries used in valve radios
Safety with electricity
Valve radio model life cycles
The brands of antique radios
The survivors - Where are they now?
Replicas and outright pretenders
Restoring a 1950 Airzone Cub
Restoration of an ARC Victor
AWA Radiolette v's Pure One
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