Seldom seen Art Deco "Skyscraper" wooden RCA model 115 tube radio made circa 1933 by RCA Victor Co. This radio has a great stepped skyscraper shape, symmetrical design, beautiful colored wood and concentric circle knobs. This wooden radio has none of the usually heavy detailing found on the majority of antique wooden radios. Cabinet styling clearly shows the departure in design from the ornately carved faces of previous wooden radios.
A Sparton art deco radio. The company that became Sparton opened around 1900 in Jackson, Michigan. In 1926, Sparks-Withington created the country's first all-electric radio, which featured the first push button and "electric eye" tuning and was advertised as "Radio's Richest Voice."