Vintage German miniature radio console is the bee's knees when it comes to decorating a 1950s dollhouse living room. Not only does this wooden console have a really cool radio in the center with wood grid speaker underneath, but the two cupboard doors flanking the radio each hold a surprise.

One door swings open to a phonograph and slotted wood record holder. The other door opens to a set of turned wooden barware glasses and three colored bottles. A complete entertainment center for the 1950s!

The cabinet has a faux wood grain finish in a warm brown stain. A light bulb is mounted in the back so the speaker can be backlit for mood lighting, although we wouldn't recommend actually using it as it has cloth-covered wires.

Made in a large 1" scale, it measures 2-3/4" tall x 5-1/8" wide x 1-1/2" deep. It is in very good condition with a factory split in the wood frame on the front – otherwise fine.


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Curley Creek Antiques & Collectibles

Vintage German Dollhouse Miniature Radio Console with Phonograph and Barware 1950s Large 1" Scale

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    Our specialty is selling DOLLHOUSE MINIATURES from the mid 1800s to the late 1900s.
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