One Too Many
Not mine but I wish it was, 1939 Stromberg Carlson "Auditorium Grand' the seller is asking $1725.....
I'll Lock Up
It's called "necroposting" online. Some forums I've been a member of have very strict rules about necroposting, and how you shouldn't post in a thread that has wandered all the way to the back of the line.
Originally Posted by V.C. Brunswick
Speaking from personal forum-running experience, I can say that it's a pain in the butt juggling dozens and dozens of threads. Necroposting-bans only create MORE threads which make moderating jobs even harder.
Fortunately, the Lounge doesn't have that kind of policy. It keeps the forum neater to stack things in their allotted threads, rather than spreading them out all over the floor so that you trip over them everytime you want to try and get somewhere.
...Where did you get that hat, where did you get that tile? Isn't it a nobby one and just the proper style! I should like to have one just the same as that. Whereever I go they'd shout "hello, where did you get that hat?..."
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Deco little Majestic
How about 1934 compact Majestic "mantle" style radio. It has a attractive deco look that mirrors the company's highly sought after full size line of sets. A nice touch is the two lit windows. Most of these cheap little sets had no pilot lights.
The set needed a lot of TLC when I got it such as the grille and top being loose and delaminated. I got it back in shape without any stripping. It's still the original finish.
My tech. got the dirty dusty chassis working as new in a couple of hours!