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1930 very rare Pierce Airo
/ DeWald model 632 Bluetooth speaker system.
1930 very rare Pierce Airo / DeWald model 632 Bluetooth speaker system.

The 632 was one of the earlier models of Pierce Airo radio and weren't made in number so very few still exist. Actually, I've only been able to find one other listed on the Internet.

Bluetooth, FM radio and Aux inputs for iPod etc.

120 watts four speaker stereo system exactly paired with our 120watt top class digital amplifier ensures the best possible sound quality. If they are not exactly paired you lose either bass or treble quality.

Larger than most in-car systems!

Connect to almost any Bluetooth device.

TSF Vintage Radios 'Télégraphie sans fil' Bluetooth Conversion:

We take these vintage radios and give them life again without removing or destroying any of the original radio. Many companies strip the case of its original radio and replace it with new electronics. We install the new electronics along side the antique radio without removing any of the original components.

Original on/off switch functions.

Original volume control functions.

Back lighting functions.

Excellent stereo sound quality across all frequency ranges.

This system sounds and looks great!

Supplied with either an American, U.K. or European plug. Our speaker systems are all low voltage and meet modern safety regulations.


Case condition: This radio is in amazing condition for its age. The case does have a few scratches and sun fading along with several veneer repairs but as you can see from the picture it looks fabulous. The veneer has one repair on the front bottom left corner and several along the bottom of both sides.


line-in/AUX jack,
Bluetooth 3.0 connection, (works on all Bluetooth devices, 30+ feet away)
USB/MP3 player,
FM radio tuner.
Dimensions: 45cm high, 34cm wide, 24cm depth


This radio's history:

The DeWald corporation was start in 1921 by David Wald. The companies original name we Pierce Airo Inc but was found to be in violation of copyright for the Pierce Aero aviation company and David Wald was forced to change the company's name to DeWald in 1937. The 632 was manufactured in 1930 during the transition between names so has reference to both names on its case. To further complicate things the label on the front says 'westrad' which is thought to be another name Mr. Wald was considering for his company as the court case loomed on the horizon.

The earlier models like the 632 weren't made in number so very few still exist. Actually, I've only been able to find one other in existence on the Internet.

The New York based company carried on trading up until just before WWII.
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