EARLY 1920s BATTERY RADIOS AND A FEW CRYSTAL RADIOS AND RELATED ITEMS FROM ATWATER KENT, CROSLEY,  RCA, DEFOREST, GREBE AND MANY MORE !!


Be sure to visit  the "Leigh Bassett Wing" of the museum. 


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The Corona Virus Health Crisis

I have added a new page to  the site addressing the Corona Virus pandemic. Helpful medical information supported by the medical community will be updated to keep you safe and false information will be debunked to prevent needless illness and worse. I hope all of you who enjoy visiting the museum will follow the advice of medical professionals and take care of yourselves and your families.  I wish you all the best of luck and good health through this situation.  If you're want to discuss the virus situation with your online radio friends you can join the discussion at http://antique-radio-lab.forumotion.com/t1380-corona-virus, its important for the community to stay connected.

  Be smart , be careful and we will all get through this. God bless you all. - Dan Dames - Curator

P.S. - I will be temporarily closing the museum store until the situation improves. 

Welcome

My Museum

  

Hello, I'm Dan Dames the curator of the Roaring Twenties Antique Radio Museum.     The early twenties brought the first mass communication medium into the world, broadcast radio. The Roaring Twenties Antique Radio Museum will feature information on early radio and photos from my personal collection of early 1920's radios, amplifiers, speakers and related items.  These were exciting times in the world and in America.  I  hope you enjoy your visit to my website. Comments and ideas are always welcomed, you can contact me at roaringtwentiesantiqueradios@gmail.com 

Thanks for stopping in and I hope you will visit again soon. 

Museum Store

 From time to time I  upgrade the exhibits here at the museum and this involves the selling  of radios and parts  to support  the  museum and the upgrades.  Rest assured that anything bought from the museum is guaranteed to be exactly as described.  I  am a radio collector / restorer and a top rated seller on Ebay (roaringtwentiesantiqueradiomuseum) and you can  expect the same honesty and fairness here that I earned on Ebay, a 100% satisfaction rating.  I also do not collect sales taxes.

THIS SITE IS DEDICATED TO THOSE WHOSE IDEAS AND INVENTIONS CREATED THE FIRST MASS MEDIUM - RADIO!!!

 This museum is expanded  frequently, so come back often and check out what's new!!

Updates

Latest update March 26, 2020

New Atwater Kent breadboards added, including one very "Notable" one.