Cabinet Style: Grandfather Clock Tube Count: 8 Circuit Type: Superheterodyne Power: AC (w/transformer) Bands: AM Broadcast Tubes: '35(2), '24(1), '27(2), '47(2), '80(1) Speaker Type: 10" dynamic Original Cost: $95.00* *What cost $95 in 1931 would cost more than $1400. today!
The first of many programs for children. Began the coded messages and the need to send in boxtops for a decoder device.
Click to read the Radio Almanac for 1931
About The Radio
This radio uses the 124 chassis; an 8 tube push-pull pentode output, variable MU, superheterodyne chassis with continuous tone control, vernier drive with illuminated hairline shadow dial, combined volume control and on-off switch, full floating moving coil dynamic speaker, and a Crosley "Tenna-Board".