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Silvertone 1711X (1933)
Silvertone 1711X
Photos donated by Robert Port.
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Made for Sears by Sentinel Radio Corp. in 1933. The model #1711 (made by colonial Radio Corp) and #1711X used the same cabinet, but chassis and schematics are different. The model 1711 is relatively common. The 1711X may have been low production.

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