Crosley Pup

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Crosley Pup was an affordable mass-produced AM radio introduced by Powel Crosley, Jr., in the United States in 1925. Competing with other products which were priced in excess of $100, the popular "Pup" model, priced at $9.75, helped Crosley Radio Corporation in Cincinnati, Ohio, become the largest radio manufacturer in the world.