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Old 16th May 2024, 8:27 am   #1
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Question National all wave 9 transistor radio model t100

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Am hoping to Sell this item for a relative but neither of us have any idea of price. The radio works, small crack on dial and will clean it up Well. Thanks in advance for any responses
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Old 16th May 2024, 9:00 am   #2
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Default Re: National all wave 9 transistor radio model t100

It's a good portable, one of the more ambitious Japanese sets from 1963 as their industry gathered strength and prepared to make some of the most elaborate radios ever: but this model sold well, is still easy to find, and with little to hear now on the short wave broadcast bands (and not much left on medium wave) there isn't much demand. So probably you'd do well to get £20 - a search for "completed items" on eBay is often a good indicator of the market, and the National T-100 listings that come up had start prices from £45 down to £25 but all ended unsold.

Sorry for any disappointment: the model's success in 1963 is the main reason its value now is quite so low. Offering it here at £20 or less might be one way of finding it an appreciative home.

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Thanks so much for the info, very appreciated.
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