Crosley Model No. 125 Cathedral Radio circa 1932

Brought home from a barn in the late 1970s, several miles by bike. The '80' rectifier tube was cracked, and the radio couldn't be tested, and was stored in the basement on a bar top and remained pretty much untouched until the late 1990s when I got a No. 80 tube from a radio friend and was able to try it. The Model 125 did receive stations, though with scratchy, weak sound and some hum.


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