A Sparton art deco radio. The company that became Sparton opened around 1900 in Jackson, Michigan. In 1926, Sparks-Withington created the country's first all-electric radio, which featured the first push button and "electric eye" tuning and was advertised as "Radio's Richest Voice."
Streamlined black lacquer and chrome RCA Model 6K10 floor radio designed by John Vassos, 1936
1940 Stewart Warner Model 91-513.
Original 1936 Sparton 557 Art Deco Designed Radio in Mirrored GREEN Glass
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Ekco radio AD-65 By Wells Coates (1895-1958), wireless, 1934. Manufactured by EK Cole commit; Ltd.
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.