It is a vacuum tube radio Model L515 (5-ball supermarket) made by Zenith, USA. Nicknamed the OWL, it looks like an owl's eyes and seems to have been released in 1954 according to information such as the Internet.
It's been almost 70 years, but it's ringing with high sensitivity. The volume is also perfect. Electrically, at present, there is no volume gully and it is ringing without problems. However, please understand that the operation may become unstable due to vibration during transportation. The vacuum tubes are 12BE6, 12BA6, 12AT6, 50C5, 35W4.
Since it is made in the United States and supports 60Hz, it only takes 50 seconds per minute in Japan's 50Hz region (east of Kanto) (exhibitor's home is also in the 50Hz region). I haven't confirmed it, so I can't say the exact thing, but it seems to work normally in the 60Hz region. On the outside, all the knobs are original, but the earthquake caused something to fall on the radio and crack the top. It is being repaired, but it remains after it has cracked. It's not very noticeable from the front, so I think it's a good decoration for the room.
Please judge by the photograph. There is a back cover, but it cannot be fixed firmly and it is wobbly.How to use the clock is written in English on the bottom, and the layout of the radio section is also original. There are three switches on the watch, but the lower center part has no knob. The right knob is slipping. You can turn the radio on and off with the knob on the left (although it has a slight slip). You can set the time from the back side.
The size is approximately 34cm x 16cm (including knobs) x 15cm. International Buyers - Please Note. Thank you for your understanding. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Radio, Phonograph, TV, Phone\Radios\Tube Radios\1950-59".
The seller is "umaibo75" and is located in this country: JP. This item can be shipped worldwide.