I simply love the nostalgia that antique items bring, and the antique radios are one such thing. There was a time when listening to radio was very popular, but with the time passing by, radios have gone out of the scene. We either find them with the collectors or in museums. An antique radio is now considered to be a valued collectible, owing to its age and uniqueness. Here are few of the antique radios that will make for a great addition to your retro collection.
The radio comes to you from the era of 1930. The high resolution model is a 3D model which is little expensive to fit everyone’s pocket.
The radio with the great sound quality features beautiful dial and tuning eye. With the elegant design, the radio adorns the vintage collection with its novel appearance. The radio is priced for $45.
The vintage radio from the house of Fireland, is a masterpiece from 1930’s to 1950’s. The vintage radio can be purchased from the Firelandradios where you can find numerous collections of the antique radios for sale.
Tombstone radio, an entirely restored radio is an artwork from 1939. The vintage radio can be part of your home for $ 495.00 or $ 549.00
The cool and handy radio with its idyllist shape makes it a remarkable antique piece for the retro lovers. The radio is housed in plastic case and is offered in range of colors. The AM radio with good reception is priced for £45.
The unique radio features fine art prints which gives it an elegant appearance. The radio with the cost $5.95 is a novel artwork to embrace your vintage collection.
Designed by Singgih Kartono, the radio with the classic appearance is an antique piece worth admiring. Magno Cube offers a four band radio receiver, MP3 player connectivity and the option to use batteries for power. The handmade radio with the eco-friendly wooden casing is available in Design Museum Shop for £175.