CB's Antique Roadshow (in Off-topic)

Demigod September 9 2011 9:56 AM EDT

If any you guys know anything about antiques, tell me what you can about this piece (like value). As some of you recall, my great-grandmother passed away this year at the age of 105. We're finding lots of interesting things that we never noticed in her large home. I'm sure the small items from the 1800s are the ones of high value, but this item interests me more. I have no doubt that woodwork carries more value than electronics, but the set as a whole is rather nice (and nearly mint).

Demigod September 9 2011 10:00 AM EDT

The Philco card reads 1951.

Zenai [Ministry of Pain] September 9 2011 10:01 AM EDT

Is it in working condition, mint could be for looks only, what is the Series/Model Number and Year of Distribution. These things can be found in the instruction manual or on the back/bottom of the entire device.

Demigod September 9 2011 10:56 AM EDT

What you see is what you get. The home is in Atlanta, and I'm an hour and a half away in Chattanooga. A family member took these photos.
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