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-Michael O'Brien's museum and gallery is dedicated to vintage radios from yesteryear. Located in Port Orchard, Washington. Specializes in cabinet and radio restoration.

Pilot Radio model X201, c. 1936 A "tombstone" Bakelite radio made in USA by the Pilot Radio Corporation, circa 1936. The design is attributed to Jan Streng, halfway between Streamlining and Art Deco.

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Streamlined black lacquer and chrome RCA Model 6K10 floor radio designed by John Vassos, 1936

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