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Looking for a Zenith Model K731 AM/FM radio functional or not.

Please contact Stefan at:

One or two audio transformers for a Crosley model 51 or 52.
I prefer working ones but I will take them with an open winding or even just a case.

Please contact Gordon Hamilton at:

Stefan Wereszczynsky is looking for a pair of functional 833 vacuum tubes
along with appropriate sockets.

Please contact Stefan at:

Dan Walker is looking for a knob, as shown above,
for a Marconi 84.

Please contact Dan at:

1920s McLagan phonograph in wood cabinet. Working condition; wind it up and let it play.
Comes with several steel needles and a few wooden ones, including a pair of well-worn scissors to cut the wooden needles.
It's length is 36.25 inches (92.1 cms); width (depth) 22 inches (55.8 cms) and height 35 inches (88.9 cms).
It just needs a good home.

Contact Ken Bowering

35+ QST Magazines ranging from 1943 to 1955
Contact Cliff Ellement

1963 Symphonic Corporation record player with AM radio, still working.
The cabinet is 15.5 inches deep, 21 inches tall and 30.5 inches wide.

Atwater Kent receiver Model 48.

Contact Rocco DiPietrantonio at and make an offer.

Atwater Kent Type L console radio.
Clean, a few spots on top - $150 or best offer.

Contact Ross Francis at

The famous book 70 YEARS OF RADIO TUBES AND VALVES by John W. Stokes
Used, with a bit of library ID on it but otherwise complete and excellent shape.
$35 or best offer. Seller will pay the postage.

Contact: Peter Bunge at

Copies of the book RADIOS OF CANADA by Lloyd Swackhammer
which documents a large amount of Canadian radios and their manufacturers
from the early 1920's to the late 1960's are still available from his son.


Contact: Jim Swackhammer
    91 Cedar St.
    Guelph, Ontario N1G 1C4

Sparton Equasonne Model 69
Chassis in good condition, 100% corrosion free.
Tabletop cabinet with RF section & power unit.
Missing original tubes: type 50 ( UX250) & all C484 RF tubes, supplied with 27s as substitutes.
Also missing original speaker and its cabinet, RF gain control, & the interstage transformer to output tube.
Power transformer is clean, no opens or overheating evidence.

Value to be discussed, swapping preferred.

Contact: Bob Breuls in Kingston, or 613-549-6537 (leave message)

1924 Northern Electric R4 Radio
Needs refinishing and the top glued back on.
Chassis is clean, complete with all tubes present.
Pick up only in Warkworth, ON.

Contact: Ed Kraushar

1926 Rogers Batteryless console Model 200 in working condition.

Complete with early Rogers R32 tubes. $1,500 (negotiable)
Located in Gravenhurst Ontario (~ 400 km. from Ottawa)

Contact or

Late 1920's Sparton console radio.
$40.00 OBO
Pick up near Perth, Ontario

Tek 524AD 'scope
Includes cart and extra set of tubes.
Contact Sol Rauch ( 613-299-3280

Marconi model 20/24 radio/phonograph.
Radio works. Phono motor runs slow.
No sound from phono.
Contact Sol Rauch ( 613-299-3280

Various radios
Located in Leamington, Ontario.
Contact Mark Simpson

Viking (T. Eaton Co.) console
Rescued from waste recyclers.
Price: "a donation to the West Carleton Disaster Relief Fund"
Contact Ted Carron -

High quality radio collection for sale.
Located in Kingston, Ontario.
Contact Leon Garrett: