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This simple set is inspired by radio designs of the 1940s and attempts to recreate the nostalgic bakelite look. On the front there is the speaker grill, the frequency and radio stations display along with the tuning dials. The back cover is removable to reveal the vacuum tubes and the speaker.
Shown in the pictures are the 3 different designs for the display, one with a printed design, one without and one with physical bricks. Personally I prefer the printed brick but others may prefer it to be all constructed properly so the option is there for Lego to decide.
Fitting in the palm of your hand this would make an excellent small gift for LEGO fans who appreciate vintage design. This set contains 46 bricks (49 with the brick display).