I have two RCA LC-1A speakers I'm putting up for sale. Both are in their original RCA model SC-15 type (aka MI-12466) cabinets. These are the floor standing cabinets with legs, NOT the 'furnace' style (MI-11401) or the chamfered front LS-11A (MI-11415-A). I can send photos if you're not sure what the cabinets look like.
Both speakers are relatively early vintage LC-1A's. I'd estimate 1951-1953. They are not a matched pair cosmetically, though sonically you'll hear no differences and they can be used for stereo.
Speaker #1: Crinkle silver finish basket, blue magnet cover. Cone has the 'bumps'. A couple of the 'bumps' have been pushed in, then repaired, but this is normal for these speakers. No tears or repairs to the cone. Everything functions as it should. Cabinet is mahogany finish, original, and in excellent condition. Very high WAF in any home.
Speaker #2: Brown/Umber basket and magnet cover. Smooth cone (no 'bumps'), but it does have the tweeter deflector vanes. This one is slightly older than #1. Some minor tears in the cone have been professionally repaired. No effect on the sound. Everything functions as it should. Cabinet is birch/blonde finish and is in rough condition. Some veneer peeling. Would need total refinish to make it presentable. Currently suitable for garage or basement duty only.