This is a mid-50s model and had just the record player in it. When the 60s models came out they were a bit larger and had the radio in them. The condition determines the value of this console. Does it still work or not? If it is in good working condition and the console is in great shape and isn't all scratched or banged up people will pay up to $250 for one of these. On average, some people are only willing to pay $25-75 for one of these. Selling this online can be a bit hard because you need to deal with shipping it off to the buyer. Some people go to an antique radio and stereo forum to sell and trade these items. A lot of times on the forum people have been looking for a certain style and model and they are willing to pay a bit more to get one. You can start off by listing this for around $250 and see what people offer you.
Early 60's, in good condition you could get up to $300 . Here is some info on Admiral brands and what the asking price of others.
This is so retro and something the right person would pay a lot for. I agree with the starting price being $250.00.
I believe it is from 1962. Post back what you fetch for it. In most places they sell under $30...I hope you are in a high demand, low supply location and can fetch more!
If you are super handy and can take it apart and test all the piece, you actually could get a lot for the parts!
Thanks for sharing!