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Electronics/ TV of the 1940s

Westinghouse Jewel & Duo Record Player Radio (1947)
Westinghouse Jewel & Duo Record Player Radio (1947)
General Electric’s Kay Kyser (1947)
General Electric’s Kay Kyser (1947)
Farnsworth Television & Radio Corporation’s Various – Farnsworth for Fidelity (1947)
Farnsworth Television & Radio Corporation’s Various – Farnsworth for Fidelity (1947)
Zenith Radio Corporation’s Various – Here’s the Inside Story on Coming New Radio-Phonographs (1945)
Zenith Radio Corporation’s Various – Here’s the Inside Story on Coming New Radio-Phonographs (1945)
Allen B. DuMont Laboratorie’s Television – Life-Size Television (1949)
Allen B. DuMont Laboratorie’s Television – Life-Size Television (1949)
Sentinel Radio Corporation’s Various – Sentinel Radio for Studio tone In your Home (1945)
Sentinel Radio Corporation’s Various – Sentinel Radio for Studio tone In your Home (1945)
Freed-Eisemann’s Radio – Freed-Eisemann: One of the World’s Great Radio-Phonographs (1946)
Freed-Eisemann’s Radio – Freed-Eisemann: One of the World’s Great Radio-Phonographs (1946)
E.H. Scott Radio Laboratorie’s Various – My friends at Bissell Weisert have taken over the sale of the last remaining Scott Radios that you can buy for the duration (1943)
E.H. Scott Radio Laboratorie’s Various – My friends at Bissell Weisert have taken over the sale of the last remaining Scott Radios that you can buy for the duration (1943)
Western Electric’s Telephone service – Western Electric (1943)
Western Electric’s Telephone service – Western Electric (1943)
Admiral Radio’s Radio – Admiral automatic Record Changer (1945)
Admiral Radio’s Radio – Admiral automatic Record Changer (1945)
Crosley Ultra-Fidelity 16" Console TV (1949)
Crosley Ultra-Fidelity 16" Console TV (1949)
General Electric Company’s Various – More for your Christmas money (1948)
General Electric Company’s Various – More for your Christmas money (1948)
Allen B. DuMont Laboratorie’s The DuMont Colony – There is one name in every field that carries acknowledged leadership and unchallenged prestige. In television receivers that name is – DuMont (1949)
Allen B. DuMont Laboratorie’s The DuMont Colony – There is one name in every field that carries acknowledged leadership and unchallenged prestige. In television receivers that name is – DuMont (1949)
Tobe Deutschmann Corporation’s Capacitors – I Weigh A Ton Adolf (1943)
Tobe Deutschmann Corporation’s Capacitors – I Weigh A Ton Adolf (1943)