Emerson 564 Catalin Radio 'Slot-Grill' in Marbleized Oxblood Red
Great Small Catalin Emerson 564 with Intense Marbleizing
Marbleized oxblood red Catalin Emerson model 564 'Slot-Grill'. This radio is a magnificent Art Deco radio that features and vertical slide rule dial + a series of symmetrical grill cut-outs. Emerson Radio & Phonograph Corp, out of New York, manufactured this small Catalin radio in 1940.
The Catalin has a deep shine, rich color + glow combined with exceptional marbleizing running through the cabinet. The radio is a stunning example of this Emerson model that has been recently polished back to the original brighter oxblood red color highlighted by white + light yellow swirls.
This beautiful set is in great condition with no cracks, chips, tube burns or repairs. Maroon catalin knobs are original to the radio and in perfect condition. The radio retains its original reverse painted dial plastic also in excellent condition and the bright gold textured grill cloth in excellent condition with only minimal wear. Cardboard back panel is still present and in nice condition.
This radio measures approximately: 7" wide by 5.12" high by 3.75" 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.