Portable battery receiver
made of brown Bakelite. Can also be used on mains supply 110-125-220 V AC. In the bottom compartment there is room for two (rechargeable) 67,5 V batteries and two D-type batteries for the 1,5 volts filaments.
The radio has three bands: long (800 to 2000 meters), medium (200 to 550 meters) and short wave (20 to 50 meters.) The back has a built-in antenna.
Data Valves  
Serial number: E31730E
Dimensions: 26 x 25 x 12 cm
Made in: 1952
Purchased in: 2006
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What was broadcast in 1952?


Listen to "Spanish Walz" by the orchestra of Jan Curduwener, recorded in 1952

The batteries can be placed in the compartment below the chassis.
Back with built-in antenna.

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