Radio-Guy

Published March 10, 2010 by Molly

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If you were able to magically return to your ten-year-old self and make a list of all the things that fascinated you, it would probably look like a diagram of Radio-Guy’s obsessions. We mean this as the highest possible compliment.

Radio-Guy is Steve Erenberg, who collects and displays old anatomical models of the brain, dental mpression tray wall hanging displays, portable operating chair circa World War I, old radio batteries, vintage space-age looking televisions, steam engines, salesman samples, old x-ray tubes and tons of other stuff. Oh, the best part? YOU CAN BUY IT ALL! The result would look like the dream bedroom of a very precocious and science-minded 19th-century kiddo.

If the phrase “nickel-plated” revs your engine, consider a tour through the site. And start saving your pennies.

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  1. Ian says:

    very bizarre looking items. they remind me some unexplainable fears from childhood. all these grotesque masks and old medical models really scared me in the past

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