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This elegant and visually stunning radio was restored by (the late) Gary Albach, former CVRS Director and author, and his widow has decided to put it up for sale, with all the proceeds, appropriately, going to a Ukrainian aid charity (the set was manufactured in 1954 at the Komunar Works in the city of Kharkov in the former USSR, which was renamed Kharkiv when Ukraine became independent). The city has been heavily bombed by the Russians but is now once again mostly under Ukrainian control). Photos of the radio and an article on the radio written by Gary are attached. This is an unusual radio (very rare in North America), and is sure to impress anyone that sees it. The suggested asking price is $650 or near offer, with the ‘buyer bonus’ of knowing that you will be helping a very deserving cause with the purchase. If interested, please contact Gerry O’Hara at , or on 604-671-6062.”
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