Boat Anchor Page

These page present my small collection of boat anchors. All are working and I enjoy using them


BC-348-Q by Wells Gardner

Wells Gardner BC-348-Q

Covers 200KHz to 500KHz, and 1.5MHz to 18MHz in 6 bands, switchable crystal filter in the IF stages, BFO, and can be used with either manual or automatic gain control. The output is designed to feed a load of 4000 Ohms 1941-1946. I have traded for this radio when I was 16 years old for a aooga horn. I know I got the better deal


Hammarlund HQ-110c


Hammarlund HQ-110-C

The Hammarlund HQ-110 amateur receiver tunes the basic amateur bands:  1.8-2, 3.5-4, 7-7.3, 14-14.4, 21-21.6, 28-30 and 50-54 MHz. Enhancements include:  antenna trimmer, accurate analog dial, noise limiter, RF gain, S-meter, stand-by and AVC on/off. This radio does not have a built in speaker. There are 3.2 ohm speaker terminals on the rear panel.


Hallicrafters S-38b

Hallicrafters S-38B

Hallicrafters S-38b broadcast and SWL tunes .55mhz to 30mhz in 4 bands. This 5 band radio was the most common radio designs found post war 1944 - 1960.

Echophone EC-113 by Hallicrafters

Echophone EC-113 by Hallicrafters

Echophone Receiver EC-113, BC/SW table radio. Wooden case. Echophone radios were the low end of the Hallicrafters line for the unfamiliar. This is a 6 tube radio with a built in loop antenna that covers the broadcast band as well as short wave in three bands from 550 kHz to 22 MHz, IF 455kHz. According to the books, this radio was built from 1948 to 1953 and is quite rare.

Hallicrafters SX-140
and R48a matching speaker

Hallicrafters R48a Speaker

Hallicrafters SX-140  

The Hallicrafters SX-140 is a 5-tube single conversion superheterodyne ham band-only receiver. It covers 80 through 6 meters. It matches the model HT-40 transmitter. This receiver was manufactured from 1960 - 1965

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Video made before all repairs were complete

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