This is a cute little brown bakelite radio that was the entry level model in 1947. Despite its small size, it contains 5 tubes. The radio was marketed as a second radio, perhaps suitable for a child's bedroom or the kitchen.
A midget bakelite set with 5 tubes. Noted in the Fall-Winter 1946 catalog, but missing from the 1947 catalog. A carryover of the S-7402-5 "The Commentator" from 1942, with a different model number.
"Tops in table-set performance; tops in styling."
This set has an interesting dial with artistic styled numbers.
"A beautiful modern table model, designed with smart, new, sweeping louvre effect."
This is one of my favorite post-war cabinet styles by Firestone. This white painted AM only version seem to be less common, there is an AM/FM version from 1949 in brown bakelite that seems much more common.
Finally, a wood table model in the 1947 line. A two-band AC-DC set, the Modern Classic features six tubes and a permanent magnet speaker.
A relatively ugly (sorry) wooden table model that came in either walnut or mahogany cabinet (thus the two model numbers). Advanced push-button tuning, three-position tone control, and six tubes. There is a similar radio by Stewart Warner.
The top of the line tabletop model for 1947, this model features pushbutton tuning, a seven-tube circuit, large dial, three-position tone control, standard and shortwave, and a phono connection. This cabinet style has been around since the 1942 model year.
A wooden, battery-operated table model. This radio uses an A-B Power pack battery.
"Move it anywhere in the house, plug it in, and enjoy your favorite program."
Another ivory painted bakelite radio in the 1947 lineup, a 5-tube set with "ultra-modern plastic design."
The Newscaster is a five tube ivory painted bakelite radio. It has big-set features like automatic volume control and an electrodynamic speaker.
A ten-tube console, designed to bring you "the finest in radio reception." Walnut cabinet with crotch veneers and inlays.
A six-tube, entry level radio and phono. Matched walnut cabinet, and a 10 inch speaker -- insulated against reverberation.