The Golden Era of Radios

The era of old fashioned radios is a period of radio programming in United States which sometimes referred as Golden age of Radio. This era lasted from the excessive use of radio broadcasting in the early 1920’s to the replacement of the television broadcasting where the radio became the medium of choice for only scripted programming. Thus the radio shifted to playing popular music. During this period, when the radio was dominant and filled with a variety of formats and genres, people regularly tuned into their favorite radio programs. The antique radio sets in this era were usually made of wooden boards, in small cupboard style cabinets, or sometimes on an open sheet metal chassis. Homemade sets remained a strong sector of radio production until the early 1930’s. After that there was more demand for the commercial sets than the homemade sets and slowly the production of these started depleting and thus making it an antique and priceless ware of possession. Today an old antique radio is worth a fortune as it is a rare sight of collection. Bradyola introduces you to these pride possessions right from the 1930’s to 1940’s in one stop spot. We have wide variety of old fashioned radios and every radio available is sure to have a story behind its production.

Do visit us to find the rare collections that are not available anywhere else.