This is an Airline Model 62-308 also known as a "Movie Dial" set. The set was designed in 1936, according to the dates on the service literature I've got. It was built by Wells-Gardner in Grand Haven MI for Montgomery-Wards. The set is known as a movie dial set because it uses a piece of 35 MM film wound on a drum for the dial and the light projected through it is reflected onto the screen by a mirror in the top of the set. This film strip is is decent shape and readable in most spots. Below is a picture of the set in operation. It's best seen in a soft light setting. The grille cloth has been replaced, but the wooden knobs are original. Price is $895 plus shipping.