Catalin General Electric L-573 Radio in Translucent Tortoise with Plum
Beautiful Translucent General Electric Catalin Radio
Art Deco 1941 General Electric L-573 Catalin radio in translucent marbleized tortoise with plum trim. The L-570 series is one of only two Catalin radios ever manufactured by General Electric and made in 1941. The design of this radio while boxy has numerous Art Deco elements such as the insert louvered grill and semi-circle handle. The Catalin has a deep shine + original factory gloss, rich color, glow, exceptionally striking translucency and luminosity. This great radio would make a great addition to any radio or Art Deco collection.
This beautiful set is in in great condition with no cracks, chips, tube burns or repairs to cabinet or trim. Radio retains the original bright painted dial, bottom paper label and back panel. The bright plum trim is original to the radio.
Radio measures: 9.5" wide x 6.25" high x 6" deep. This set is sold "as-is + untested", the chassis seems complete. Set is being sold as a "non-working" vintage electronic device that should be gone over by a qualified technician.