I figured I'd share this because I'm getting ready to sell it ... It is a 1942 Lansing "Iconic" Two-Way Field Coil Speaker system. The Iconic was the first, successful two-way speaker a ground breaking product in its day. It was widely accepted as the finest speaker available. It was used as a laboratory reference speaker in the labs of NBC, CBS and UCLA. It immediately found acceptance in the movie, phonograph and radio industry as a playback monitor. This speaker was owned by Meredith Wilson the writer/composer of The Music Man. I salvaged it out of what was left of his home studio. It is, unfortunately, missing it's Field Coil (electromagnet) unit so I have never had the pleasure of hearing it! I really don't have room to use it even if I could get it working ... luckily, Lansing collectors are mad for this kind of stuff.