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Antique Radio Picture Gallery

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Ernst Erb
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Reply  |  You aren't logged in. (Guest)   1 Since years I wanted to introduce an Antique Radio Picture Gallery but we always had to be busy for other things. Now at last we have our Antique Radio Picture Gallery - with about 80-thousand pictures. After changing the search page, hit list and model page to XHTML we could do the task.

The Antique Radio Picture Gallery will come up when you use the "Advanced search for Antique Radios" on the search page (HP). You just tic the green camera symbol after selecting.

Best is to write a radio manufacturer into the appropriate field and you tic the camera symbol. You get first a maker/brand list because you can get several makers. By clicking the appropriate model field (number of models of this manufacturer/brand in total) you get the Antique Radio Picture Gallery with the thumbnail pictures and some data per model and can choose your model or click further pages by clicking their numbers.

By clicking the link "All models" you get the normal hit list and there you can also click back to the Antique Radio Picture Gallery of the big "Radio-City" Radiomuseum.org. Always click the blue info buttons above right of the pages to have your "City map" ;-)

The main advantage of the antique radio picture gallery is that you now can find much easier such models of which you don't know the model designation but you have the set. Please help us to enlarge the antique radio picture gallery by contributing pictures from your collection to the appropriate model. For some makers and countries we still see only a few pictures. It is you who is responsible for the content, not me! I'm only trying with all of my efforts to offer the "housing" of RMorg.

Guests can also enlarge the antique radio picture gallery by sending their pictures
to  admin-en AT radiomuseum.org if you give the correct model designation. Some guests help us even further by also stating measures, wave bands, tube line up etc. if this is not yet in the database. Sometimes this results even in a new model page.

The eMail address is for English speaking persons. For French it is admin-fr, for Italy it is admin-it and for Spanish it is admin-sp.

Radiomuseum.org has been built up by collectors for collectors and belongs to a strictly Non-Profit-Organisation, lead by collectors. All collectors work here voluntarily but we have some costs for the hardware, housing, administration and programming. Please look up the link on the HP "Sign in for MEMBERSHIP" and the bottom link "Contact" if you are interested in joining. Since 2006 we are more than 3000 members. We welcome every person really interested in Antique Radios.

By the way: Every day a few thousand different guests and between 300 and 450 members open about 100 thousand pages.
  
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