Would my 1959 Decca SRG radio and record player be of any value? It has a Garrard auto turntable with it too. Peter Kennon, via email From the Twenties to the Fifties we were a world leader in valve radio manufacture. The market for vintage radios peaked in the early Nineties when classic Bakelite models could fetch over £1,000. Your Decca is model SRG 500 and is known as a Stereogram. It is a three waveband device. You’ve updated the record deck, I believe. It is a stylish piece of furniture and you could easily imagine it as part of the set of the TV series Mad Men. Fully restored and original, I could imagine it would sell for £250 to £300. Unrestored, perhaps £150 or so.
SPIN THE MONEY Radio and record player from 1959