By Mark V Stein The source book for collectors of cathedral and tombstone radios this book has ovcer 1500 illustrations of both US and Canadian radios. Brand name and manufacturers are listed along with model numbers, tube and band counts, and cabinet styles. This book has current market values and is a good guide in determining how much a cathedral or tombstone radio is worth.
Edited by: Hugo Gernsback A reprint of Gernsback’s 1938 special issue of Radio-Craft magazine which commemorated the first 50 years of radio. Contains the reminiscences of radio pioneers DeForest, Sarnoff, Conrad, Crosley, McMurdo Silver and others, as well as the famous Gernsback predictions for the next 50 years. Also details the progression of the vacuum tube, mileposts in television and famous early radio circuits. 144 pages, hundreds of photos. 1.2 lbs.
Volume 5 in a series that contains tricks tips and secrets to help the builder of simple radios and electrical gear achieve high performance at minimal cost. This volume contains how to build a Superhet receiver, coil winding machine, simple alignment oscillator, IF Transformers and more. 48 pages, .25 lbs, 5.5 x 8.5"