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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

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