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Electronics/ TV of the 1940s

Espey Manufacturing Company’s Post War Television – Plan to own an ESPEY radio... but now BUY WAR BONDS: Post War Television Positively (1945)
Espey Manufacturing Company’s Post War Television – Plan to own an ESPEY radio... but now BUY WAR BONDS: Post War Television Positively (1945)
Majestic Radio & Television’s Majestic Radio-Phonograph Model 8S473 – Romantic as a Waltz in the Moonlight (1946)
Majestic Radio & Television’s Majestic Radio-Phonograph Model 8S473 – Romantic as a Waltz in the Moonlight (1946)
Sarra’s Television – Television: Lusty Infant (1948)
Sarra’s Television – Television: Lusty Infant (1948)
Motorola Portable Radio Ac/dc or Battery (1949)
Motorola Portable Radio Ac/dc or Battery (1949)
Koppers Company, Incorporated’s Elex Electrostatic Precipitators – Picking Dollars Out of Thin Air (1949)
Koppers Company, Incorporated’s Elex Electrostatic Precipitators – Picking Dollars Out of Thin Air (1949)
Westinghouse Electric Corporation’s Various – The most magnificent gift of all: Westinghouse Radio (1947)
Westinghouse Electric Corporation’s Various – The most magnificent gift of all: Westinghouse Radio (1947)
E.H. Scott Radio Laboratorie’s Radio – Amazingly enough, shipboard radio receivers "tattled" to enemy subs... (1943)
E.H. Scott Radio Laboratorie’s Radio – Amazingly enough, shipboard radio receivers "tattled" to enemy subs... (1943)
Freed-Eisemann’s Radio-Phonograph – This Great Radio-Phonograph Brings You the utmost in high-fidelity and in distinguished furniture styling (1948)
Freed-Eisemann’s Radio-Phonograph – This Great Radio-Phonograph Brings You the utmost in high-fidelity and in distinguished furniture styling (1948)
Capehart-panamu (1940)
Capehart-panamu (1940)
Templetone Radio Company’s post-war radios – Some Day... soon after the war is over (1944)
Templetone Radio Company’s post-war radios – Some Day... soon after the war is over (1944)
Magnavox Company’s Radio Phonograph Television – the magnificent Magnavox radio phonograph + television (1949)
Magnavox Company’s Radio Phonograph Television – the magnificent Magnavox radio phonograph + television (1949)
Federal Telephone and Radio Company’s Radio Tubes – Keeping the Voice of Freedom on the Air... (1943)
Federal Telephone and Radio Company’s Radio Tubes – Keeping the Voice of Freedom on the Air... (1943)
Emerson Radio and Phonograph Corporation’s Portable Television – Emerson AC-DC Portable Television (1949)
Emerson Radio and Phonograph Corporation’s Portable Television – Emerson AC-DC Portable Television (1949)
Zenith Radio Corporation’s Radio-Phonograph – America amazed at tone difference in records played with the Cobra Tone Arm (1947)
Zenith Radio Corporation’s Radio-Phonograph – America amazed at tone difference in records played with the Cobra Tone Arm (1947)