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I have many, which I collected mainly during the 1990s. To me the appeal of antique radios derives from what I consider to be an essentially unique combination of aesthetic, historical, and technical factors. Not to mention that many of the better radios produced during the 1930s, when well restored, will provide better sound quality and station getting ability on the AM band (and in some cases on the shortwave bands) than just about anything made today.
The photos at the following link are just a fraction of my collection: