This is a vintage, wooden, art deco style Stewart-Warner (A72T4) tube radio with a "dirty blond" colored wood casing. Research online dates it as circa 1947. What a beautiful, stunning piece! It measures 14.75" wide by 8.5" tall by 7" deep. Overall it is in decent shape for its age with some scuffs and nicks here and there. Also, the knob used to operate the station tuning (middle knob) will turn, but does not move the needle. I didn't open it up at all to see the insides. The cord looks very old and deteriorated so I did not attempt to plug it in (I have a wife and three daughters and need to be around for them, lol). I am selling it as a nice art deco design piece or as a restoration project. Sold as is. Would be a beautiful home decor focal point on a shelf or table. Or could be a fun project to doctor back to health!
I normally try to ship the least expensive way possible. It is often difficult to set an accurate shipping price since it varies based on your location in the US. If the shipping costs end up being more than what you paid, I will cover the difference. If they end up being significantly less, I will refund some of the cost you paid for shipping!
When this item is purchased, 10% of the purchase price will go to The Sound of Hope - a non-profit which raises funds and awareness for orphans and vulnerable children around the world. Learn more about the organization at TheSoundOfHope.org.