Reasonable Radiology, Day-Fan Radio, 1926 f/ Longheads
Twenty three numbered pages, staple set and in at least excellent condition.
Early explanations of how and why to purchase the Day-Fan brand radio.
Full of tips of a New technology called radio. Along with entertaining pictures and cartoons as well as informative drawings. I bought this several years ago to resell and every time I look at it I strongly think about keeping it because it is just so neat, so this is the first time I have been able to force myself to list it and if it does not sell I will not be disappointed I am sure. It has rusty staples, but they are still tight and the pages are a creamy white, but so evenly colored they may have come that way, as opposed to age yellowing. The only flaw I find period is that the top front corner and the bottom of the spine corner have about a 1/16-1/8 rubbed off of the cover. I mean small. There are darker spots on the front and back, inside and out, but I feel like it is just dark spots in the paper. Just to sweeten the pot, I am also including a partial (47 bent cards + beat-up box), Game of Radio card game. It has city names, call letters, and the setting on the dial that the station could be found at, with a different one on several cards.
This item will also be on display at Lincoln Antique Mall, Lincoln Mo. So please check with me regarding availability if interested.