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Admiral Corporation’s Television Combinations – Admiral TV. Built for the Future. With Color TV Optional. Equipped to Receive UHF. (1951)
Admiral Corporation’s Television Combinations – Admiral TV. Built for the Future. With Color TV Optional. Equipped to Receive UHF. (1951)
Stromberg-Carlson Company’s Various – Why "There is nothing finer than a Stromberg-Carlson." (1950)
Stromberg-Carlson Company’s Various – Why "There is nothing finer than a Stromberg-Carlson." (1950)
General Electric Company’s Black-Daylite Television – $200,000,000 entertainment... yours free on G-E (1951)
General Electric Company’s Black-Daylite Television – $200,000,000 entertainment... yours free on G-E (1951)
Zenith Radio Corporation’s Clock-Radio – What! Even turns out the light? (1950)
Zenith Radio Corporation’s Clock-Radio – What! Even turns out the light? (1950)
P.R. Mallory and Company, Incorporated’s Metallurgy – Magnify These Sparks a Million Times (1953)
P.R. Mallory and Company, Incorporated’s Metallurgy – Magnify These Sparks a Million Times (1953)
Emerson Radio and Phonograph Corporation’s Television – Comparison Proves Emerson Performs Where Others Fail (1950)
Emerson Radio and Phonograph Corporation’s Television – Comparison Proves Emerson Performs Where Others Fail (1950)
Motorola’s Model 21K5 – Better See Motorola TV (1952)
Motorola’s Model 21K5 – Better See Motorola TV (1952)
Admiral Corporation’s Admiral 17" Television with the Dyna-Ray Tube – Admiral, Clearest Picture in Television (1951)
Admiral Corporation’s Admiral 17" Television with the Dyna-Ray Tube – Admiral, Clearest Picture in Television (1951)
Olympic Radio & Television’s TeleTimer TV – Olympic Never Lets You Forget Your Favorite Programs (1952)
Olympic Radio & Television’s TeleTimer TV – Olympic Never Lets You Forget Your Favorite Programs (1952)
GE General Electric Model 546 Clock Radio (1953)
GE General Electric Model 546 Clock Radio (1953)
Magnavox Company’s Magnavox Big Picture Television – Magnavox... approved by America’s severest critics (1951)
Magnavox Company’s Magnavox Big Picture Television – Magnavox... approved by America’s severest critics (1951)
Columbia Broadcasting System’s corporate ad – CBS welcomes Tele-tone – the first set manufacturer to bring you Color Television (1950)
Columbia Broadcasting System’s corporate ad – CBS welcomes Tele-tone – the first set manufacturer to bring you Color Television (1950)
Crosley Skymaster Red Portable Clock Radio (1953)
Crosley Skymaster Red Portable Clock Radio (1953)
Allen B. DuMont Laboratorie’s The DuMont Hanover Television Console – You Should See DuMont... if only to establish a standard by which television may be judged. (1950)
Allen B. DuMont Laboratorie’s The DuMont Hanover Television Console – You Should See DuMont... if only to establish a standard by which television may be judged. (1950)