One hundred forty collectors from 12 states were in attendance.
Highlights included a circa 1917 Mignon RC-2 that sold for $5,700, a Nesco 143 that went for $1900, an Atwater Kent Model 10 went for $1300 and a Kennedy Type 1 sold for $750.
A Western Electric 25 amp with a missing cover sold for $1200 and a Deforest D-10 went for $675. A power amp speaker sold for $2000, a Western Electric 212 tube sold for $700, a wireless specialty detector sold for $475 and a Western electric 14A went for $500.
Other sellers included a Deforest F-5 that sold for $600 and a King Amplion horn speaker went for $425.
The next vintage radio auction is scheduled for Aug. 13 at the Expo Auction Center.