Below this are some sets by makers H thru K. Further down below are a few Hallicrafters that are not boatanchors.
This homebrew set above uses a GE circuit board almost identical to that in the GE T1290A. Right click "view image" to see the schematic, with my mods, full size. These mods include a separate AM detector using a base-collector strapped transistor for better weak signal demodulation, an RFI filter on the incoming powerline, and changing a grounded (with respect to RF) base bipolar transistor to a grounded gate JFET in the FM RF amp stage; this is to improve the RF stage to have good strong signal performance, ie, better FM receive dynamic range, ie, a better intercept point. avoiding intermod products. If you are working on GE radios like this, check the low value resistors. I had to replace a 100 Ω, a few 150 Ω and a 220 Ω resistors. They all went flakey. The bad 100 Ω resistor made the FM local oscillator quit at the lower end of the band. In a few spots, where the circuit board nodes were close together, found it easier to use the larger sized surface mount resistors to replace the old resistors that were in crowded areas on the component side of the board.
Note the unusual calibration of the AM dial of the homebrew set.
Inside this homebrew set is that RFI filter, and series resistor.
This RFI filter knocks down crud from the powerline. Note, right of the power resistor, the white wire with orange and blue, like Syracuse Orange and Blue.
A single band SW set, tunes 5. 81 to 6. 35MHz (49 meters) AM mode.
LW MW SW 250V AC/DC 3 tubes: UCL83, UBF89, UCH81 TRF set: 12BA6 RF, 12AT6 triode detector, 50B5
audio output, 35W4 rectifier.
Hallicrafters that are not boatanchors:
This set uses a 6A8G, 6U7G, 6B6G, 6V6GT and 5Y3GT
And a closeup of its dial, also with Australian radio station callsigns:
Japanese made tube radio, "Hyper" brand FM/AM. Not a great choice of brand name.
LW MW SW 250V AC/DC 3 tubes: UCL83, UBF89, UCH81
TRF set: 12BA6 RF, 12AT6 triode detector, 50B5 audio output, 35W4 rectifier.