The item on the right, that is:What is it? It's a National SW-3 receiver. Not entirely working at present but it is all there. A classic bit of ham radio technology.
On the left, my Ten-Tec Scout transceiver, which is becoming an antique, too. Ten-Tec stopped making them awhile back. Like the SW-3 (and the upscale HRO), it uses plug-in coils to change bands, perhaps the last use of this very old technique in commercial radio equipment.