I'm guessing the Paul McGreery who drew this radio-- I'd assume for a class assignment--did not receive an "A," with a little checkmark over his misplaced "D," calling out his error. But I do hope he got extra credit for his terrific drawing, which very accurately portrays what I believe would be called a "homebrew" or kit radio of the 1920s-30s, with these especially great headphones that seem abuzz with sound just sitting there! So fun.
The drawing is mounted at the upper corner to a piece of black construction paper. I am not sure I'd try to remove it, but it could be trimmed. There are a couple of stains on the drawing, notably at the bottom left edge of the radio, though I don't really think they detract. There is a tear in the black paper on the top left edge. Overall: 9 1/8" x 6 1/8"; paper page size 7 3/8" x 5 5/8".