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Grinding Stereo Console with Radio and Turntable Player, 1950s

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  • Mobile Radio and Turntable, Grundig, Germany 1968
    By Grundig
    Located in modena, Emilia-Romagna
    Model: Rossini 2 Alltransistor - Grundig Radio-Vertrieb, RVF Producer/Brand: Grundig (Radio-Vertrieb, RVF, Radiowerke) Country: Germany Year: 1968/1969 ...
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  • 1960s Barzilay Walnut Tambour Stereo Console
    By Barzilay
    Located in Berkeley, CA
    Origin: USA Designer: Barzilay Manufacturer: Barzilay Era: 1960s Materials: Walnut Measurements: 78.25" wide x 20" deep x 26.75" tall Condition: In excellent original condition with...
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  • Handcrafted Midcentury Stye Turntable and Record Cabinet
    By Drake Stuedemann
    Located in Seneca, IL
    House your music collection in something beautiful! Handcrafted from solid black walnut, my midcentury record cabinet is designed to house y...
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  • Vintage Mid Century Modern Walnut Zenith Stereo Console
    By Zenith
    Located in San Marcos, CA
    Here is a beautiful and sought after stereo console Model MN2670 manufactured by Zenith in the US in the 1960's. This exquisite audiophile piece features a stunning restored cabinet ...
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    Vintage 1960s American Mid-Century Modern Credenzas

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  • After Osvaldo Borsani Midcentury Italian Sideboard Console Table, 1950s
    By Osvaldo Borsani
    Located in Puglia, Puglia
    Spectacular sideboard console with mirror, in maple and walnut, attributed to Osvaldo Borsani, with a beautiful movement of the lines on the front, glass top, maple interior, walnut ...
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  • Marcel Breuer Custom Floating Credenza with Bar and Stereo System
    By Marcel Breuer
    Located in Chicago, IL
    This piece came from the Cohen House, which was featured in a book by David Masello, "Architecture Without Rules" The houses of Marcel Breuer and Herbert Beckhard. This was a collaboration piece from the two architects. Herbert Beckhard was the Project Architect for this home as he was close friends with the Cohens. The floating wall credenza is in original condition unaltered. White lacquered body with gray laminate tops. It shows minor paint chips along the edge as well as some crazing throughout the piece. Overall this piece is in excellent vintage condition and shows patina which I declare as charming signs of wear and character. It was once modified by the original owners and "Marcel Breuer and Architects" to add a shelf and take away their record player, as you can see from the current and original photo from the 70's. The Hitachi SR-2000 amplifier and Rectilinear Research Corp speakers were replaced by the original owners at some point in time. The original amplifier and speakers, were by Marantz I believe, judging by the in situ photo taken in the early 70's. Theres minor issues with raising the volume and hearing crackling noises with the current speaker and amplifier. It is recommended that you update the stereo system. This cabinet features two perforated speaker compartments, a red and blue light up element, a mirrored liquor compartment, pull out hanging glass rack...
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