|Truetone D-727 or T-3 (1938)|
|Photo donated by Paul Sanders.|
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|Last of the Detrola built T series of radios that began with the "Egyptian T-2," badged as Detrola, Silvertone, and Truetone. The series featured motorized tuning, eye tubes, and a large 8" Rola speaker. This example is a Truetone, using their model designation of D-727. |
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