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Electronics/ TV of the 1940s

Zenith Radio Corporation’s Zenith Radio-Phonograph – In Just 3 Minutes You’ll Know How to choose a Radio-Phonograph by making this simple test: (1947)
Zenith Radio Corporation’s Zenith Radio-Phonograph – In Just 3 Minutes You’ll Know How to choose a Radio-Phonograph by making this simple test: (1947)
Rca Victor Phonographvictr (1948)
Rca Victor Phonographvictr (1948)
Aeolian Company’s Radio (various brand names) – Portable Radios (1942)
Aeolian Company’s Radio (various brand names) – Portable Radios (1942)
Trav-Ler Radio Corporation’s Portable Radio – Travel With Trav-Ler AC-DC Battery Portable (1947)
Trav-Ler Radio Corporation’s Portable Radio – Travel With Trav-Ler AC-DC Battery Portable (1947)
Magnavox Company’s Radio-Phonograph + Television – Perfection in home entertainment (1948)
Magnavox Company’s Radio-Phonograph + Television – Perfection in home entertainment (1948)
Dumont’s . The ad has a sketch of a couple sitting and watching a clear drawing of a tele (1949)
Dumont’s . The ad has a sketch of a couple sitting and watching a clear drawing of a tele (1949)
Freed Radio Corporation’s radio-phonograph – Freed-Eisemann "One of the World’s Great Radio-Phonographs" (1945)
Freed Radio Corporation’s radio-phonograph – Freed-Eisemann "One of the World’s Great Radio-Phonographs" (1945)
Allen B. DuMont Laboratorie’s various – Get more out of life with television (1947)
Allen B. DuMont Laboratorie’s various – Get more out of life with television (1947)
Magnavox Tv Radio Phonograph Combo (1949)
Magnavox Tv Radio Phonograph Combo (1949)
Hallicrafters Company’s Radio – A Tribute to the members of the Signal Corps, United States Army (1944)
Hallicrafters Company’s Radio – A Tribute to the members of the Signal Corps, United States Army (1944)
Original Admiral Fm Am Radio Phonograph (1948)
Original Admiral Fm Am Radio Phonograph (1948)
Zenith Radio Corporation’s Radio-Phonograph – Zenith is First with the Features That Count It’s the industry’s Style-Leader Line (1947)
Zenith Radio Corporation’s Radio-Phonograph – Zenith is First with the Features That Count It’s the industry’s Style-Leader Line (1947)
E.H. Scott Radio Laboratorie’s Radio – Perhaps this seems like a peculiar time, as Scott Radios get scarcer, to reduce prices... but I haven’t any choice (1942)
E.H. Scott Radio Laboratorie’s Radio – Perhaps this seems like a peculiar time, as Scott Radios get scarcer, to reduce prices... but I haven’t any choice (1942)
Motorola – Now Only $2.50 Weekly (1948)
Motorola – Now Only $2.50 Weekly (1948)