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I would appreciate comments on the value of a Stewart Warner "Jubilee" radio. I have had this radio for several years and have not done any work on it. It is out of the era of radios that I prefer and being a rather special radio I did not want to alter it in case it goes to a "Purist" collector.
It is a 1934-35 model and uses the R177 chassis.
What is special about it is that it was a limited production radio commemorating the 25th aniversary of the coronation of King George V and Queen Mary. Only 400 were made. (not in the USA eh).
The front medallion.
The tag on the chassis board.
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