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Electronics/ TV of the 1950s

Rca Victor Televsion Set Santa Claus X-mas (1952)
Rca Victor Televsion Set Santa Claus X-mas (1952)
Motorola Twin -V Radio Phone Speaker Mike (1956)
Motorola Twin -V Radio Phone Speaker Mike (1956)
Magnavox Company’s Radio Phonograph Television – Found in America’s Finest homes (1951)
Magnavox Company’s Radio Phonograph Television – Found in America’s Finest homes (1951)
Wizard’s Various – 3,000,000 TRUETONES have been chosen by families like yours-over all other brands combined (1950)
Wizard’s Various – 3,000,000 TRUETONES have been chosen by families like yours-over all other brands combined (1950)
Motorola’s Model 17K7 – "You bet we bought Motorola TV... we’ve been a Motorola Family for 20 years!" (1951)
Motorola’s Model 17K7 – "You bet we bought Motorola TV... we’ve been a Motorola Family for 20 years!" (1951)
Philco’s Television – NOW PHILCO TRUE-FOCUS PICTURES! NO BLUR! NO SMEAR (1951)
Philco’s Television – NOW PHILCO TRUE-FOCUS PICTURES! NO BLUR! NO SMEAR (1951)
Motorola TV Cabinets Bakelite Phenolic Plastics (1953)
Motorola TV Cabinets Bakelite Phenolic Plastics (1953)
’52 Zenith Quality Marlborough TV Television (1953)
’52 Zenith Quality Marlborough TV Television (1953)
Admiral Corporation’s Television Combination model # 321K18 – Admiral. Clearest Picture in Television. (1951)
Admiral Corporation’s Television Combination model # 321K18 – Admiral. Clearest Picture in Television. (1951)
Westinghouse Tv Andrew Jackson 720k21 Ad T (1952)
Westinghouse Tv Andrew Jackson 720k21 Ad T (1952)
Pentron’s Tape Recorder – Pentron Emperor High Fidelity Tape Recorder. New... 3 Speaker System with Separate Roving Speaker. (1956)
Pentron’s Tape Recorder – Pentron Emperor High Fidelity Tape Recorder. New... 3 Speaker System with Separate Roving Speaker. (1956)
Zenith Walton FitzGerald Custom-Tuned TV (1952)
Zenith Walton FitzGerald Custom-Tuned TV (1952)
Westinghouse Electric Corporation’s Television – New Westinghouse TV Picture adjusts itself automatically (1953)
Westinghouse Electric Corporation’s Television – New Westinghouse TV Picture adjusts itself automatically (1953)
General Electric Television Chess Game Pieces (1958)
General Electric Television Chess Game Pieces (1958)