The Atwater Kent Gallery

This page presents images of the earliest Atwater Kent radios, from the early 1920's.

These sets are in order by catalog number, not by model number.

AK did not assign model numbers to the earliest sets.
The modern collecting community has created model numbers for convenience.
These are noted by enclosing them in parenthesis.

If factory model numbers were assigned, they are shown without parenthesis.

Sets before number 4200 used 1-amp tubes. Sets after 4200 used 1/4-amp tubes.

Please email me with any contributions, comments, or suggestions.

1922
No picture available The 3925 (Model 1)

3945 (Model 2) The 3945 (Model 2)

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No picture available The 3955 (Model 3)

No picture available The 3960

No picture available The 3975 (Model 4)

1923
4052 (Model 6) The 4052 (Model 6)

Pix courtesy of Mark and Lynn Toppo
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4066 (Model 7) The 4066 (Model 7)
with instruction book

Pix courtesy of James Riendeau
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No picture available The 4120
Introduced 15 Mar 1923

No picture available The 4205
Introduced 30 Apr 1923

No picture available The 4220 Model XV
Introduced 15 May 1923
The only model number in Roman Numerals
No picture available The 4275

No picture available The 4325 Model 8

Nobody's ever seen one of these.
Model 5 4333 The 4333 Model 5
Introduced 7 Sep 1923

Pix courtesy of Phil Steffora
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The Radiodyne 4340 The 4340 Radiodyne

Pix courtesy of Johnny Carson
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Model 9 4445 The 4445 Model 9 unrestored

Pix courtesy of Lynn Shackleford
Pix (C) 2004 Art's Attic LLC
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Model 9A 4445A The 4445A Model 9A
Introduced 9 Oct 1923

Pix courtesy of Tom
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1924
Model 10A 4550 The 4550 Model 10A

Pix courtesy of Jim Peters
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Model 10A 4560 The 4560 Model 10A

Pix courtesy of Jim Peters & others
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Model 10B 4550 The 4550 Model 10B

Pix courtesy of Jim Peters
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No picture available The 4560 Model 10B

The 10B 4560 is identical to the 10B 4550 except
that the 4560 has black components versus brown
components on the 4550.
Model 10 4600 The 4600 Model 10

Pix courtesy of vintageradioexchange.com
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No picture available The 4620 Model 12

Model 9C 4660 The 4660 Model 9C
Introduced 1 May 1924

Pix courtesy of Phil Steffora
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Model 10C 4700 in Pooley The 4700 Model 10C
in a Pooley cabinet

Pix courtesy of Chris Hicks
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Model 12 4910 The 4910 Model 12C

Pix courtesy of Phil Steffora
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Miscellaneous Items
Model K Speaker The Model K Speaker
1925

Pix courtesy of Mark and Lynn Toppo
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Type 607 Tube The Type 607 Tube

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