Sokol radio, model 308. Old memories from the 70s, this particular one came from my grand-parents. Nice design, sturdy radio, would last for an eternity with just a little care. Photography was taken with the Olympus C2500L digital machine. More on the radio in the referred article!
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David_Messenger: Sorry for being a bit late on this, guess by now you see it yourself: They don't have any electrical or mechanical connection. They are only for you to mark a few frequencies with them, but of course they could be so loose that the slightest jolt would send them down to the bottom anyway :)
I just bought a Sokol 308 on ebay out of the Ukraine. Still waiting for it to get here! Can you tell me the purpose of the red and yellow knobs?
Nice find, however that site has a dot org domain. Yes, it's FM was kind of useless, and it's battery compartment had some awful quantities of battery turd in it, but works all right. In the past I used a big roll of wire attached to it's (internal) short wave antenna, hung up somewhere in the window: that way in the night I could listen to some quite strange stuff from around the world - I liked the variety of musics it would pick up, and even the foreign language blabbering.
Here's the link to the RadioMuseum site: Sokol 308 (Meh, of course I can post links :) )
On Radiomuseum.com vintage radio site, it lists the date as 1976. I found my set on Ebay. It originally came from Lithuania. Works great except it has the Eastern European FM which is a lower frequency and is different than the Western FM frequencies.