German portable radio receiver. The cabinet is wood with metal reinforcements on the end edges. A metal carrying handle is screwed on the top. The front has hinged door on the right side that contains the speaker with a cloth covering and two operating knobs. The case including the handle are painted in dark green. Above the speaker is a bakelite panel with a clear plastic face with different frequencies . The back of the hinged door has brown paper operating instructions pasted on the back. The door is closed with a spring loaded clasp. Centered on the left side of the front panel is the Nazi eagle in white. The back of the radio has a removeable panel which covers the operating parts. The radio could pickup Broadcasr, Short Wave and Long Wave and could operate with eather batteries or 110 or 220 electric current.