National Geographic : 1923 Nov
Ii OperafroRadiola IV. A long distance receiver made with the perfection for which RCA is famous. SMahogany finished cabinet; with four tubes ionespare); headphones and plug; silk coved wires, $275 At the nearest radioor electrical dealer. witha Radiola IV RE@.U. . PAT .OFF. Tune in-then shut the doors. Sit back and listen to the music that's being sung a hundred miles away. Dance to fine orchestras playing in the big cities. Call in the crowd when the big game is on. It's real! This Symbol of quality is your protection Send for the free booklet that describes every Radiola Radio Corporation of America Dept.3006 . (Address office nearest you.) Please send me your free Radio Booklet. Name Street Address City R.D.F. State i-i - - Enclosed in its fine cabinet-with all its workings hidden-with its batteries inside - and its loud speaker built-in-Radiola IV is a great achievement. Simple, powerful, dependable. Not only by virtue of its radio construction, but by the perfection of its workmanship and finish. It gets distance - gets it simply and clearly, at the turn of a knob. And fits with dignity into the finest living room. Tune in-the air is crowded! Fun-music-educa tion-big, exciting events. Listen in on them all with a Radiola IV. Radio Corporation of America Sales Department: 233 Broadway, New York District Sales Offices: 10 So.LaSalle St., Chicago, 111. 433 California St., San Francisco, Cat Radiol R Go. s. A.or.