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Radios Beginning with "J"

Here are all the radios in the Archives with manufacturer's name beginning with the letter J.  In those cases in which one model number is listed more than once, there were apparent variations in color, dial style/color, knobs, or year of manufacture in the images provided to the Archives.  Mouse-over the dot next to the model number to see a thumbnail image of the radio.  Click on the dot to see full-sized photograph(s) of the radio.  To see a different group of radios, click on a letter below to see radios beginning with that letter.

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         <- Jackson Bell "Fan" (1932) - Ben Martin
         <- Jackson Bell 5 (1931) - Ken Smith
         <- Jackson Bell 25 (1933) - Lew Magrish
         <- Jackson Bell 25AV - Mark Toppo
         <- Jackson Bell 60 (1930) - Tim Moen
         <- Jackson Bell 62 (1930) - Lew Magrish
         <- Jackson Bell 62 (1932) - Mike Biddison
         <- Jackson Bell 62 (1930) - Tom Harris
         <- Jackson Bell 62 (1930) - Ben Martin
         <- Jackson Bell 63 (1930) - Lew Magrish
         <- Jackson Bell 68 (1931) - Ben Martin
         <- Jackson Bell 82 (1932) - Lew Magrish
         <- Jackson Bell 82 (1932) Tulip- Lew Magrish
         <- Jackson Bell 84 (1931) - Phil Bartells
         <- Jackson Bell 86 - Mark Toppo
         <- Jackson Bell 89 (1931) - Ben Martin
         <- Jackson Bell 96 (1933) - Ben Martin
         <- Jackson Bell 99 - Scott MacWilliam
         <- Jackson Bell 407 (1936) - Lew Magrish
         <- Jackson Bell 556 (1936) - Phil Bartells
         <- Jackson Bell JB-52445 - E.T. Dibble
         <- Jackson Bell Lark - Gene Bunnell
         <- Jackson Bell Peacock (1930) - Bob Snively
         <- Jackson Bell Swan (1930) - Bob Snively
         <- Jackson Bell Tiffany Tone - Ben Martin
         <- Jade 1166-2 - Joseph Rebar
         <- Jade 2215 (1969) - Joseph Rebar
         <- Jade J1212 - Joseph Rebar
         <- Janica SRB-12 - Steve Tardi
         <- Jefferson Travis MR-3 - Gary Arnold
         <- Jenkins JD30 (1932) - Dan Robinson
         <- Jetco PI-12 - Doyle Roberts
         <- Jewel 51 - Thomas Grondin
         <- Jewel 300 (1947) - Tom Neely
         <- Jewel 304 - Gordon Wilson
         <- Jewel 500 (1947) - Tom Harris
         <- Jewel 502 (1947) - Larry Neal
         <- Jewel 505 (1947) Pin-Up- David Spivey
         <- Jewel 549 (1947) - Mark McClure
         <- Jewel 814 - Gordon Wilson
         <- Jewel 814 - Gary Arnold
         <- Jewel 910 (1950) - Jim Wassell
         <- Jewel 915 - Bruce Risley
         <- Jewel 935 (1949) - Jim Dennis
         <- Jewel 940 - Bob Warren
         <- Jewel 940 (1949) - Jim Dennis
         <- Jewel 940A (1949) - Jim Dennis
         <- Jewel 955 (1949) - Tom Voegtli
         <- Jewel 955 (1949) - Tom Voegtli
         <- Jewel 955 (1950) - Ernie Swartout
         <- Jewel 955 (1949) - California Historical Radio Society
         <- Jewel 956 (1950) - California Historical Radio Society
         <- Jewel 956 - Joe & Cheri Schuster
         <- Jewel 960U (1950) - Greg Bingham
         <- Jewel 960W - Stan Laramore
         <- Jewel 2550 (1953) - Ben Martin
         <- Jewel 5030 Bedside Radio & Lamp- Ken Ruggiero
         <- Jewel 5054U (1950) - Jon Stanley
         <- Jewel 5057U (1950) - Tom Voegtli
         <- Jewel 5057U (1950) - Jim Dennis
         <- Jewel 5100 (1958) - California Historical Radio Society
         <- Jewel 5200 (1953) - Tom Voegtli
         <- Jewel Gem 955 (1952) - Michael Litvack
         <- Jewel TS-10 - Glenn Lawson
         <- Jewel TS-10 (1965) - Ken Smith
         <- Jewel TS-10 - Bob Warren
         <- Jewett Parkay - Ron Potter
         <- Jewett Parkay - Ron Potter
         <- Johnson Viking Adventurer - Kristopher Gunter
         <- Joni 6J - Ben Theiss
         <- Joni 6J - Ken Smith
         <- Juliette 7M632 - Dan Walker
         <- Juliette APB-11H - Lenny Bickford
         <- Juliette APR-206 - George Aalto
         <- Juliette APR256 - Joseph Rebar
         <- Juliette APR-1407 - Cliff Colson
         <- Juliette CK106 (1966) - Bryan Brittain
         <- Juliette FPR-1272 - Cliff Colson
         <- Juliette FPR-1274A - George Aalto
         <- Juliette FR-1247 - George Aalto
         <- Juliette Micro - Ben Theiss
         <- Juliette Micro - Ben Theiss
         <- Juliette NA7021 - Ken Smith
         <- Juliette RNA-12 - Jason Colombini
         <- Juliette RPR-620 - Lawrence Brown
         <- Juliette RS-61 - Donald Gwinner
         <- Jupiter 6T-330 - Ben Theiss
         <- Japanese Victor Corp. 8H-4 (1960) - Paul Reilly
         <- Japanese Victor Corp. FT-264SP - Donald De Cuir
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When cabinet material or color differences are apparent or suspected  in donated photos, I have included additional photos of certain model numbers.  Due to time constraints, I must rely entirely on the accuracy of information supplied by contributors with their photographs.  As such, no guarantee is made that the model numbers presented here are correct.

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