General Television Catalin Radio Model 591 - Oxblood with Ivory Trim
Great Catalin General Television Radio
Oxblood Catalin General Television radio 591, with beautiful contrasting ivory handle, grill, knobs, and dial face frame. Made by General Television Radio Corp of Chicago, Illinois, model 591 is the only Catalin model made by the company. The cabinet on the Catalin GTV has great yellow, oxblood, + clear swirls that add depth to the radio. The gold face features a stunning textured deco sunburst pattern, with a red Saturn shaped station indicator, beneath which "General Television" appears.
The radio is in original, untouched condition, with a beautiful and natural gloss and is just a superb example of this General Television radio. Cabinet is in perfect condition with no cracks, chips, repairs or tube burns. The ivory polystyrene trim is complete and original to the radio and has no cracks, chips, burns or repairs. The gold dial is original and in great condition. The dial plastic is also original and in great condition. Radio retains its original cardboard back and manufacturer's label affixed to the chassis designating it as a model 591.
Radio measures approximately: 8.75" Wide, 5.5" Deep, and 7" Tall to the top of the handle. This set is sold "as-is + untested", the chassis seems complete, original cord is cracked and should be replaced. Set is being sold as a "non-working" vintage electronic device that should be gone over by a qualified technician.