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    Norman Eby
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    I have an Ever Ready Model 59 Radio and Phonograph from the Canadian National Carbon Co. in which I am trying to find out how to determine it’s value today. It is working and in great condition – I’ve attached photos of it. Any ideas? Thanks

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    Good morning Norm
    If your radio is untouched and in original condition, from the pictures of the cabinet I would say between $200.00 and $400.00
    If it has been electricaly restored and chassis cleaned up so that the inside looks as good as the outside. Then it might
    get you up to $700.00 to the right buyer.

    I’ve got one here that the cabinet needs work and belonged to my Great grandfather and wouldn’t sell it for $10,000.00.
    Somethings have no price.

    Eric Strasen
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    I know this has absolutely nothing to do with your set, but…
    In the States, Eveready radios were made by American Bosch.
    I have a 1928 Model 28 Bosch and am using a 9″ Eveready speaker in a table-top box with the radio. This is the earliest “permanent” (more or less) magnet speaker I have seen. It uses a horseshoe magnet and the speaker has an 1100 ohm voice coil assembly — a perfect match for the Bosch.

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