Scott Super XII Scott's smallest radio for 1938, this Super XII has 12 tubes and is in a Braemar style cabinet.
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Sengbusch Airite 'Personal Radio Combination' 1930's radio with built-in light, clock, and pen holder, made by The Sengbusch Self-Closing
Inkstand Company of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The pen holder section includes an inkwell marked 'Sengbusch'. An article depicting this exact radio was published in The Pennant, Fall 2009, by the Pen Collectors of America.
Setco This unique radio looks like a dice! It was made by Setco. This radio is more commonly seen in various colors without the dice spots.
Silvertone Model 115 This cathedral-styled radio sold by Sears-Roebuck in the 1930's features a front made of plain wood with an attractive photo-finish.
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Stewart Warner R10 This radio was made in 1933 for the 1933 World's Fair.
Stewart Warner R432 This 1930's AM radio has a very unusual streamlined wood case. The case is identical to an International Kadette Tunemaster except that it is longer and has a speaker on the rounded end.
Stromberg Carlson 225H This 1930's multi-band radio has a beautiful wood cabinet with rosewood on the front and top, and with various inlays on the sides. Stromberg Carlson made high-quality radios and this one is no exception.