Metal Midgets

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    20 vintage radios manufactured between 1937 and 1950 nicknamed 'metal midgets' because they were small and made of metal. The target demographic was young boys. They are by Airline, Arvin, Fleetwood, Kent, Silvertone and Temple and they all work.

    doublewinky, jgs4309976, bejerry, and 11 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. galessa's plastics 97 months ago | reply

      amazing, WOW! I love radios, but only plastics alowed here. =)
      congrats, and take some time to see mine.

    2. I'mNotHer 97 months ago | reply

      Thanks! Your collections are all very professionally presented and beautiful!!

    3. AA9UC 97 months ago | reply

      That's a very handsome collection. I think it's great to display our radios where they can be seen and admired.

    4. I'mNotHer 97 months ago | reply

      Thank you very much!

    5. doublewinky 96 months ago | reply

      These are fantastic! What a great collection!

    6. Mellie-Penellie 96 months ago | reply

      this is a great addition to 'they don't make them like they used to'

    7. Larry and Isa [deleted] 95 months ago | reply

      a fabulous person, a gardener, a rescuer of cats and dogs, a photographer, and collector who takes perfect care of her stuff..

      you !!!!!!!!!!!!

      these are enchanting!

      and what a fabulous shot.. lov the light making a structure with the walls!
      Expressly U

    8. I'mNotHer 95 months ago | reply

      Isa, You are the very kindest of friends! Thanks so much for your lovely words!

    9. End red China's shameful occupation of Tibet [deleted] 88 months ago | reply

      Lovely to see. What a beautiful collectio you have there!!

      Found in a search. (?)

    10. frankcerbo 87 months ago | reply

      Excelente tus radios antiguas!! Genial!!!

    11. zener39 70 months ago | reply

      Had an Arvin when I was a kid.....All metal....Thanks.

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