This relatively rare black-wrinkle speaker matches the HQ-120 receiver. See the nice color cover of the April 1946 Radio News showing W9UIG, said to be one of the first hams back on the air after WW II. The speaker is very prominent in the cover photo as is the HQ-120. Another picture of the HQ-120 and the speaker appears on page 80 of the May 1946 issue. The HQ-120 is advertised with the speaker in the Allied Radio catalog of 1942. According to the Allied catalog, the HQ-120 was sold with the 10 inch speaker, but the speaker cabinet (SC-10) was an optional extra for $3.90. I've been told that the speaker is also the match for the SP-200 series, the HQ-129 with a slight color variation to match its cabinet, and the SP-400, again with a color variation to match its cabinet. I have not confirmed the SP- series matches. There are two or three slight variations in the grille pattern of these speakers. If you have more information, let me know. When I acquired the speaker, I did not know that it matched any radio at all.