Zenith Model 7-S-363, 1939.   This 7-tube set is a fairly common find. I imagine that Zenith sold a ton of these radios because of its good-looking genuine walnut cabinet design and reasonable price. With the 1939 models came the first Zenith sets to use pushbuttons for tone control and station presets.  Its features also include Transcontinental Automatic Tip Touch Tuning, tuning eye and 10-inch speaker.  Unfortunately, in 1939 Zenith cheapened the look of some of their radios with plastic knobs (that have warped on many sets) and ugly plastic pointers!  Retail price:  $69.95







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