I have a 1940s Philco 78 record player/am radio tabletop model. I am wondering what it is worth. I am not sure if it still works. I do know it needs a needle for the record player.
This one is asking $50. www.ebay.com/
I have seen them listed from $50.00 to $200.00 on ebay.
This is so cool!! WOW!!
There is a neat website for Philco--that you can learn more if you have the model number
If you post the model number, I may be able to help you value it. Many of these have held their value, the challenge is they need to be pristine.
That said, there is a market for parts, so if you can't get it to work, you can take it apart and sell it for parts. I have had items like these where I have pieced them out and made way more than I would have if I sold as a whole.
The best thing is the pieces are usually easy to ship, where the entire item, not so much!!
Post back the model number and I can see what I can do!!
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I have a working Philco Phonograph, 1962 Model K-1526-121. Any help on getting a value on this? I have searched the internet and can only find pics of a user manual.Any help on value would be much appreciated!
I did find where one sold in 2016 for $80 and probably still about the same value.
Here is one that did not sell - listed at $75. This may be a good site to list your set for sale.
You may be able to ask about your system on one of these sites:
This is a good site just find a group called 'whatsitworth.
Other Philco phonographs are asking in the $80 range on eBay.