I realize there are more elegant and comprehensive ways of doing it, but I live in a small house and I spend my money on caps. If cellophane was good enough for Schikelgruber, then I make use of something similar. Surely the plastic wrecks the Cupal, but I do not breath on the cap badges.
No, it was a very serious question, I am looking for ideas on how to keep my items protected for the long-run. You have to watch out for acid in products nowdays, and keeping them from light-moths-dust-and perhaps most of all thieves, and the ultimate-fire. Plus I am limited for space, so this makes things difficult. (Its been along day).
Thanks for the images. Very nice radio. My grand mother had a similar one. What an attractive and nice thing. Do contrast same to the electronic junk of today.
I live with antiques. No steel and plastic high tech thingies for me, either. Thanks for the glimpse of your world.
The aesthetics of the present say little to me, really.
I guess it is a failing.
I love the radio. It has been rebuilt. I listen to it every night, I listen to what stations there are still out there, as the internet has drowned most of them out. (Shortwave) that is. I don't like cell phones either, and alot of the new tech, that the world has to offer. All the radios have been rebuilt actually, but the Zenith console is the best sounding.
My father was in radio here before the war, (1941...) and I love old radio programs, too. I loath cell phones, am sure they have ruined my health, and think the internet is a very mixed blessing. Radio was marvelous, especially radio drama and readings, which still exist in Austria and are a total pleasure.