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Information about an All-Star Radio

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Gary Streeter
 
 
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16.Jan.18 22:33

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This tabletop radio was recently purchased at an auction.  The only identifying information is a small metal tag on the front that says "All-Star".  It does not look like the Zenith or Crosley All-Stars made in the 1930s or like a kit.  It has 6 tubes, including a #80 rectifier, a #41 audio stage, and a #76 IF stage.  We would greatly appreciate any help in identification or other information about this radio.  Thank you!

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Michael Watterson
 
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17.Jan.18 17:02

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Eight years ago. Is this you or someone with same radio in this discussion?

Gary Streeter
 
 
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Thank you for this link, Michael.  No, that was not I that posted that previously, but it does look like the same logo label.    I would still like further information.  Thanks!

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In summary, in case you didn't spot it, it's thought to be a Warwick. They made for many companies. J&R was proabably one such small customer. All Star was known to be a model name they used, (see history at link). It was thought to be very similar to the Warwick 601 or Warwick 613

I think more similar to 601.

 

  
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