VINTAGE SIEMENS RADIO MODEL: 1135W 1950′s? This vintage radio is an estate sale find. When turning the knob the indicator on the unit will only move a quarter of an inch or so, meaning it cannot be put on a station. We’re not sure of the year, but thinking 1950′s. Please view all the pictures and ask any questions you might have. We appreciate your business! I do not know much about the radio but did find this on the internet. And this is a Siemens 1135W radio. This particular radio was adapted for the US market meaning the FM range was from 88 to 108 Mhz and not 88 to 100 Mhz which was the FM range in Europe in those days. Of course the print on the dial is in English and there are no station names on the dial! In Europe it was common to have station names on the dial but that would not be practical in the US given the large number of radio stations and the enormous distances – it just wouldn’t fit. Most vendors had radio models adapted for the US market: Philips, Siemens, Grundig, Blaupunt, Telefunken and more. Note that most radios that were not adapted for the US market can still be used in the US: the input voltage can be switched, usually they supported 110, 125, 150 and 220 volts. See my other listings. For more great items! Txzj pxzj35807 txzj-11 txzj51 txzj115. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Radio, Phonograph, TV, Phone\Radios\Tube Radios\1930-49″. The seller is “ourplace-okc” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, Bahamas.