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General Electric

In 1912 General Electric (GE) improvements to the vacuum tube help make possible modern electronics and radio.  General Electric began manufacturing radios in 1919 through RCA until 1930, when they began to use their own trademark.

General Electric produced radios very similar in both Canadian and American with different Model Numbers.

General Electric 600C Brown

General Electric 600C Brown

General Electric 600C Brown
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Model: General Electirc Model 600C Radio

Era: 1948

Color: Brown Color Bakelite

Specs: 12.5" length; 7.5" width; 8.25" height
5 lbs
AM Radio

Condition: Good condition
Works Well
General Electric 600C Cream

General Electric 600C Cream

General Electric 600C Cream
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Model: General Electirc Model 600C Radio

Era: 1948

Color: Cream Color Bakelite

Specs: 12.5" length; 7.5" width; 8.25" height
5 lbs
AM Radio

Condition: Station dial has been reglued with some glue showing and slightly loose
Slight crack in perforated front grill
Works Well
General Electric Commentator JK-51

General Electric Commentator JK-51

General Electric Commentator JK-51
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Model: General Electric Commentator JK-51

Era: 1940's

Color: Brown Swirl Bakelite

Specs: 10.25 inches length, 6.5 inches width, 7.25 inches height
5 lbs
AM Radio

Condition: Excellent Condition, Excellent sound quality
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