At a local flea market today I stumbled across a
whiskey bottle radio. It uses tubes (4), and was probably
built in the 1940's.
I've seen a couple of these for sale at radio swaps in
the past, but have no idea who made these. I cannot find
any clue on the radio itself.
The bottle label says "Calvert blended whiskey". The bottom
of the bottle is mounted on a brown bakelite (?) base.
Speaker mounted in the base.
Tuning and volume controls are at the top of the bottle.
If anyone out there has one and can shed some light on
the latest addition to my collection, I'd sure like
to hear from you!