Offered here is a nice white Zenith Royal 400 pocket radio from 1961. The Royal 400 is one of the most under-rated Zeniths because of it’s big brother’s success, the 500H, but the 400 has the same large extended range speaker. It operates on 4 AA batteries and measures 6″ tall and wide and 3.5″ wide.
When tested, this radio played to my satisfaction* and it is clean inside and out. Finding stations is easy with the Vernier tuning. The plastic cabinet which is almost always damaged and chipped is without damage on this one and the large gold metal grill is beautiful also.
*In order to play to my satisfaction, a radio needs to pull AM stations across the dial. The radio also needs to play with strong volume and clear tone and be a pleasure to listen to. The high standards I use to rate a radio’s performance assures that it will please you too.