February 27, 2008
Made in Hong Kong
Generally, radios made in Hong Kong between 1964 till the late 60's lacked all the style and color that made Japanese radios so popular and collectable. Today, these radios do not fetch big money on the collector's market. Generally, I will not pay more than $5 or $10 for one.
Michael Jack is a transistor radio collector who uploaded some of his 900 radios into flickr
Un-related: colored photographs of Norway in the 19th century
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Very cool pics of the radios! I love the look of some of these retro ones. I have a friend who had been gutting many like these, and updating them to play mp3, cd's, etc, while preserving the original look.
Posted by: Tony at Aug 18, 2008 7:47:58 AM