This page contains a list of WARCI members who have posted their collecting interests and/or contact information online. To contact one of the members, simply click on the email link below their name.
Greg’s main interest is in battery sets from the early 1920’s with a special interest in off-beat items (made by small, obscure companies or nice home brews)and early tubes – and he has a growing interest in early crystal sets. He also has a particular interest in Wisconsin-made sets, and would especially like to find a set made by the Plymouth Radio and Phonograph Co. For the past few years Greg has been working on his Battery Set Compendium (available free to collectors from the WARCI website) and so is always looking for vintage radio literature – magazines, company catalogs and flyers, books, etc., from which to pull information for the compendium. He’d be happy to hear from you.
Jim has been interested in collecting radios, TVs, and their related parts and literature for nearly 40 years. His main interests now are in early color TV sets with the round CRTs, and any unusual black & white sets ranging from the small Pilot TV-37 with a 3-inch picture to the huge DuMont Royal Sovereign sets with the 30-inch round picture tube.
Jim also is interested in old cars, currently owning a 1957 Chevy 210 sedan and a 1967 Dodge Coronet 440 with only 23,000 original miles on it.
Other items of interest are coin and stamp collecting, and collecting historical items (such as postcards) from Wisconsinís Fox River Valley and the Upper Michigan's Keweenaw Peninsula areas.
If you have any items that you think may interest Jim, he would be glad to hear from you.
Nick's main interests include wood and bakelite table radios from 1930's through 1950's. Nick also enjoys restoring high tube count console radios, including Zenith and Philco. Nick's other addictions include collecting vintage fans and electric clocks.
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