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Interocean 500 (1933)
Interocean 500
Photos donated by Scott MacWilliam.
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This eight-tube 1933 superheterodyne says Mantola on the dial plate, but it is an Interocean model 500 made by Zenith. The Interocean name was used as an alternate brand by Zenith for only one year. Mantola labeled radios were sold through B.F. Goodrich Stores. So this is an Interocean/Zenith/Mantola !

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