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Electronics/ TV of the 1940s

Clarion Radio’s Radio – Built to conquer difficult reception (1945)
Clarion Radio’s Radio – Built to conquer difficult reception (1945)
Trans Oceanic Zenith Clipper Portable Radio (1946)
Trans Oceanic Zenith Clipper Portable Radio (1946)
Admiral Radio’s Radio – Here they Are! Your new 1946 Radios (1945)
Admiral Radio’s Radio – Here they Are! Your new 1946 Radios (1945)
Western Electric’s Telephone – "Old Ironsides" stood up throughout the war (1945)
Western Electric’s Telephone – "Old Ironsides" stood up throughout the war (1945)
Magnavox Company’s Radio-Phonograph + Television – The finest in sight and sound (1949)
Magnavox Company’s Radio-Phonograph + Television – The finest in sight and sound (1949)
Meissner Manufacturing Company’s Various – I stood... my arms filled with records no longer needed (1945)
Meissner Manufacturing Company’s Various – I stood... my arms filled with records no longer needed (1945)
Philharmonic Radio Corporation’s Philharmonic radio-phonograph – The sound waves of living "Carmen" (1945)
Philharmonic Radio Corporation’s Philharmonic radio-phonograph – The sound waves of living "Carmen" (1945)
Kodak Reflex Movie Camera Flash color black/white (1946)
Kodak Reflex Movie Camera Flash color black/white (1946)
RCA Victor Portable Radio won’t let it out of her sight (1949)
RCA Victor Portable Radio won’t let it out of her sight (1949)
Zenith Radio Corporation’s Portable Radios – Something Completely New in Portables (1949)
Zenith Radio Corporation’s Portable Radios – Something Completely New in Portables (1949)
P.R. Mallory and Company, Incorporated’s Mallory FP Capacitors – Fun for the Crowd BUT Hard Work for the Juke Box. It Takes a Sturdy Phonograph to Play Hour After Hour – And That’s Where Mallory Capacitors Come In (1947)
P.R. Mallory and Company, Incorporated’s Mallory FP Capacitors – Fun for the Crowd BUT Hard Work for the Juke Box. It Takes a Sturdy Phonograph to Play Hour After Hour – And That’s Where Mallory Capacitors Come In (1947)
Andrea Radio Corporation’s Television Consoles – Big-Picture... Big Performance... Big Value Make These New Andrea Models Television’s "Best Buy" (1948)
Andrea Radio Corporation’s Television Consoles – Big-Picture... Big Performance... Big Value Make These New Andrea Models Television’s "Best Buy" (1948)
VIM’s Television – Lowest Price VIM Ever Offered (1949)
VIM’s Television – Lowest Price VIM Ever Offered (1949)