Estate Auction; Sat. Morning, April 13th @ 9:30 A.M.
Bruce Eddy Estate
The Bruce Eddy estate consists of a hoard of over 100 antique radios,
electronic test equipment, and woodworking tools.
Bruce was a long-time member of the Michigan Antique Radio Club and a
radio collector for 35+ years. Much of the collection is still inaccessible.
There is a large number of console radios from the mid to
late 1930s, as well as a good selection of table-top tombstones,
cathedrals, Bakelites and plastics.
Bruce especially loved radios with colored or unique dials, those with a
high tube count, and radios manufactured by the Wells Gardner Company of
Chicago. Wells Gardner made radios that were sold by department stores
like Montgomery Ward, Gambles, Sears, Western Auto, under their own
brands, such as Airline, Truetone, Coronado. Other radios in his
collection are: Zenith, Detrola, Philco, Atwater Kent, Sparton, Grunow,
Keep watching for updates, photographs, and additional information to be posted to our website.
Terms of sale are cash or personal check with proper identification.
MasterCard and Visa accepted with a 3% handling fee
Not responsible for accidents day of sale or items after sold.
Collection of Antique Radio’s – Woodworking Tools – More
Located at 2591 W. Needmore Highway, Charlotte, Michigan (7 miles northwest of Charlotte on M-50 to Mulliken Road, then 2-1/2 miles north to Needmore Highway, and 1/3 mile east to the sale site or 5 miles south of Mulliken & M-43 on Mulliken Road to Needmore Hwy., then 1/3 mile east on:
Saturday Morning, April 13th, 2019 – 9:30 A.M.
Bruce Eddy, Estate