| Beert's Virtual Radio Museum
A private collection with some European antique radios, including several SBR (Societ? Belge de Radiophonie) models. [English, Dutch, and French]
| Bill's Antique Radio Emporium
Bill Harris' restoration projects, radio repair tips, an article about how the Rural Electrification Authority gave rise to the popularity of radio in rural America, a history of the NBC network identification chimes, and a cross-referenced directory for matching radio brand names to the name of the actual manufacturers.
| Classic Radio Gallery
Antique radios from the 1920s thru the 1940s, sorted by type (wood, plastic, transistor) and by country of origin. Also shows a number of vintage microphones and radio speakers
| Douwe's Tuberadioplaza
Photos of a collection of European multi-band tube radios, including Philips, Graetz and Pathe brands and ranging from 1934 to 1962.
| Electronixandmore.com, Home of Jon's Antique Radios
Jon Stanley's collection of US-made radios (some with restoration notes) and tube boxes. Includes a cross-reference chart giving the model years associated with volume numbers of Rider's 'Perpetual Troubleshooters' Manual'.
| Northern Electric Baby Champ
Detailed descriptions of and service data for the series of radios housed in the distinctive waterfall or rainbow cabinet, plus radiophonos and intercom units that share some of the components.
Tube and transistor radios collected by George S. Kaczowka over 25 years, from US and foreign manufacturers. The reference section includes 'Ask the Zenith oracle' about the chassis and possible models of Zenith radios made between 1927 and 1949, from as little as a serial number.
Large collection of antique wooden radios from the 1930s, with consoles, cathedrals, tombstones and a large Zenith collection, including several Stratosphere models.
| Paulo Moreira
A personal page on microelectronics, optoelectronics and vintage radios, with a small image gallery of his radios and several vacuum tube data sheets.
| Phil's Old Radios
The original comprehensive website for antique and collectible radios of all kinds. Large image gallery with color photos, free ads for collectors, restoration and construction articles, special beginner's section, and extensive resources including book lists and many links to radio-related sites.
Devoted to the preservation of plastic tube radios, in bakelite, plaskon, and hard plastic.
| Radio Gort
Photos of older European transistor portables, tube radios, receivers, and speakers. Closeups of details of each model.
John Pelham's collection, with pictures and information on wood and plastic American-made tabletop radios from the '30s and '40s, transistor radios, and a mint-condition Drake Ham radio setup. His non-radio items include wristwatches, small clocks, portable tape recorders, and Christmas lights.
| Red Star Radio Site
A gallery of antique Soviet-built radios and gramaphones, with examples from the collection of Vitaly Brousnikin. Features schematics, tube information, manufacturers' logos, and RealAudio clips of Russian popular music from the various periods. (English and Russian)
| Richard's Radios
Illustrated personal collection of vintage (mainly British) wireless radio and electrical test equipment.
| Sal's Antique Radios
US-made radios, communications receivers, and test equipment, plus schematics and instructions for building a Knight AM Broadcaster/Transmitter. Includes a special section of Blonder-Tongue sets, with photo of the author with Ben Tongue and Isaac Blonder.
| Sarah's Transistor Radios
Sarah Lowrey's large personal collection, plus a few tube models. She periodically presents one as a feature with additional details. Her main collecting interest is in the first ten years of transistor radio manufacture.
| The Valve Page
UK collector Jonathan Evans' personal collection of vintage British and European tube radios, televisions, and test equipment, many with brief technical and restoration notes. He also provides general information for restoration and valve (tube) design.
| WJOE Radio
This site is dedicated to the collecting and preservation of radio. There is an online Antique Radio Price Guide as well as a virtual museum.