Radios: the golden age

Philip Collins, Author

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Maker and Role
Philip Collins, Author
Production Date
"Radios: The Golden Age presents a dazzling collection of vintage radios, artefacts of a golden era of product design that was marked by unparalleled creativity and ingenuity. Full-color photographs depict every detail of these classic radios, from a "Smokerette" with a built-in pipe rack, to a round Trophy baseball radio, to a model featuring cowboy star Hopalong Cassidy galloping across the dial. This volume will enchant collectors and nostalgia buffs alike and will serve as a valuable resource for those interested in creative product design." - book jacket

Introduction / illustrations / crossword puzzle / notes, photographer's notes / index / collectors / bibliography / acknowledgments, permissions / crossword solution
Physical Description
119 pages: photographs, illustrations (colour) ; 21.5 cm
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Philip Collins. 1987. Radios: the golden age, PUB-2019-25.1. Walsh Memorial Library, The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT).

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