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    I am new to this forum and sought you guys out in hopes you could help me shed some light on a radio that has been passed down to my family from my great grandfather. Aside from what it looks like, we do not know much about it except he brought it back with him from Germany and it’s from around the 1960s. I will post as much as I can now and will have to update the information more when I get home and am looking at the radio.

    It is a NordMende. It’s encased in lovely light wood and the radio part is covered by a drop down panel that makes it look like a cabinet when closed. The two 30lb tube speakers are also encased in the same wood and stand upright. It has AM and FM tuners I believe. Larve silver knobs and I think 10 buttons across the bottom you can push down. I apologize for my description being born in the mid-80s I am not accustomed to this type of stereo system but I just love it.

    Is there anyone on here that can tell me more about this stereo? Model details, origins, factoids, worth etc? My great grandfather was very proud of it and took great care of it and Id like to know all I can about it. I will post a picture to better assist you when I can.



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    Since it came from overseas you might have better luck inquiring through this wbsite https://www.radiomuseum.org/

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