This is an early 1960's Fisher Model R-200 AM-FM Stereophonic Tuner that uses vacuum tubes.
My unit has a wooden case. The tuner receives standard broadcast AM band and the
broadcast FM band. The tuner incorporates the Fisher MPX-60 stereo multiplex decoder unit.
Features of this tuner include:
Two-position sensitivity control - Normal and Local
Three bandwidths for AM reception - Sharp, Normal, and Wide
FM Automatic (automatically switches to stereo when the stereo pilot is received)
FM Stereo (always in the Stereo mode)
FM Muting (with variable mute level based on signal strength)
FM Stereo Filter
There are three colored lights in the center of the front panel. These lamps
from left to right indicate, FM mode (green), Stereo (yellow), and AM (red).
The picture below shows the top of the tuner chassis.
The picture below shows the bottom of the chassis.
The picture below shows the rear of the tuner.
The picture below shows the tuner on and receiving an FM stereo station.