Fada (Dictograph) 263V, ca. 1937
Tube complement: 6A7 mixer/oscillator, 6D6 IF, 76 detector, 43 audio output, 25Z5 rectifier, BK49D ballast.
Approximately 10-3/4 inches / 273 mm wide.
Strictly speaking, this isn't a Fada. It's a Dictograph Silent Radio, made for Dictograph by Fada. A "silent radio" was a radio that was sold with a pillow speaker, which was perhaps a brand-new concept in 1937. The pillow speaker is here announced as the "Acousticon Mystic Ear" by a clever marketing department (below, right). The Acousticon plugs into two pin jacks on the back of the radio (below left). The radio's third knob is a three position switch (speaker only, speaker and Acousticon together, Acousticon only).
The back. Note the wonderful molded-in letters.