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This is the classic Philco radio, symbolic of that which was in the homes ofthousands and thousands of Americans during the 1930s. This particular model was made in 1937 and has the designation Model 37-60B. We can just imagine the soft golden glow of the dial in adarkened room as folks gathered around the set to listen to"The Green Hornet" or "Fibber McGee andMolly" or maybe to hear the results of the Lindberghkidnapping trial or the Hindenburg disaster. Perhaps this radioactually broadcast Orson Welles' "War of the Worlds"program and its original owners got scared out of their wits.
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I found this in a junk store in Denver in 1979 and paidabout $3 for it. The burgundy and butterscotch color scheme is myfavorite of the lot, although they came in a wide variety ofcolors. White and Butterscotch is also a desirable color scheme. It still works.