Just remembering my old short-wave radio receiver that I had above my bed from 1963-1970. I can't find a picture, and I'm not even sure of the name. This is for the ham radio buffs and vintage radio fans. Think of this as a test. The table-top sized tube radio was a mottled grey, with a sheen. Edges were rounded. The name was prominently displayed as a badge on the front. Maybe in red. Can't be sure of the name. Hallicrafter, Allied, or something extremely common in the field at the time. The display showed 4 tracks or bands, had large and small tuner knobs made of hard rubber (grey). Several other knobs along the bottom, as well as several slide switches (for standby, for example). I keep thinking it is a very common brand, but maybe not Hallicrafter.