A rare Emor Model 200 globe radio. Only 100 of these radios were made in North London in 1947. Designed by Mechal Rabinowicz in 1947 and made by the Emor Radio Company Ltd., The chrome-plated globe with top vented speaker grille, with an equatorial dial, raised on a chrome-plated column with 'S, M, L' dial settings on a circular cast iron base, 108cm high The globe radio was operated by turning the whole body whilst an internal stationary light would indicate on the tuning band where the setting was. The V&A has one of these radios in their collection, Ac. No. W.39-1978. The radio had been repaired and pat tested. NB; your are buying this as a very rare and collectable item, Please remember that this is an old piece and all radio stations will not be available.