|Photos donated by Michael Feldt.|
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|1937 was probably the best year for Sparton when it came to styling of their radios. In that year, mirrored glass and chrome was incorporated in the styling of a number of sets, which gave their radio line a very modernistic and chic look for the time. This is the largest tombstone radio Sparton offered in 1937 and is one of the largest tombstone sets Sparton ever made. I bought this set at the 1995 I.H.R.S. October swap meet which was held at Greenfield, Indiana.|
Tube Line Up:
6A8G...1st. Detector / Oscillator
6Q7G...2nd. Detector / AVC
2 x 6F6G...Audio Output
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