GE Tube Clock Radio Red 1950's Vintage General Electric
Great looking 1950's vintage clock radio uses tubes and has a schematic underneath showing tube location and number. It is in working order! The radio works. The clock works. The alarm works. A little of the paper underneath is torn so I can't read the entire model number... the beginning is 548P... GE calls it a "Radio Alarm Clock. It has a phono jack in the back so you could plug your record player into it. Also on back is an enclosed antenna and the knob to set the time.
Left knob controls radio or phono. Right knob is the tuner. On/Off Wake/Manual, alarm set, snooze for an hour, are all small knobs on the clock face. Beautiful color combination... red plastic case with gold face, black alarm dial, ivory white knobs and numbers with black outlines. The red is a nice bright color... not fire engine red... it's more toward the burgundy side, but not as purple or dark as maroon. 6" x 6" x 12". Visual condition: there are some light scratches, a brushed abrasion, and an inch long line of glue or melt in surface on top of the radio. There's a chip at top edge of one ridge in the right grill panel. Indented ridges in knobs are dark and might need cleaning. It's in good condition otherwise. Purchased from an estate sale.
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