Zenith's most adventurous styling for any midget radio. They were designed by Robert Budlong, who was retained by Zenith for a number of years, during which time he was responsible for many of their cabinet designs. The 6D311, one of Zenith's first Bakelite models, was released in June of 1938, as part of the line-up for the new 1939 model season.
(From Radio Tube Land dot com). All our radios have undergone a-comprehensive cleaning process of the chassis, cases, dials, etc.Cosmetic restorations are done when needed and when-possible. However, we do not do electronic repairs or restorations. When the information is available, we-describe whether the radio is working or not. We describe all-known damages to the inside or outside of the radio. Cracks or chips are-frequently obvious and are described. But some are not, and they could be-missed during our inspection. These are inherently used radios that are in-many cases over 50 years old. They are fragile and should be handle-with care.
Electronics of tube radios are unreliable and dangerous. If you are not familiar with vintage electronics, ask for advice from-experts. We use and recommend protecting plastic-radios with TRINOVA (Plastic and Trim Restorer) available at Amazon. It is-a liquid solution that protects the plastics from the elements, provides-darkness and shine to the cases, and prevents aging and fading of colors.
Remember the King It is Now or-Never. The item "1938 ZENITH Model 6D311! Do you like it Make us a Reasonable Offer! Yours" is in sale since Sunday, March 22, 2020.This item is in the category "Collectibles\Radio, Phonograph, TV, Phone\Radios\Tube Radios\1930-49". The seller is "historical_radios" and is located in Frederick, Maryland. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, Bahamas, Uruguay, South africa.