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Electronics/ TV of the 1950s

Admiral Corporation’s Television – Built for the Future. Admiral 20" TV. World’s Most Powerful TV. Ready for UHF Stations. (1951)
Admiral Corporation’s Television – Built for the Future. Admiral 20" TV. World’s Most Powerful TV. Ready for UHF Stations. (1951)
Zenith Radio Corporation’s Radio-Phonograph – Look Ahead! Only Zenith Quality Cobra-Matic Radio-Phonographs Give You This Record and Radio Protection for the Future (1951)
Zenith Radio Corporation’s Radio-Phonograph – Look Ahead! Only Zenith Quality Cobra-Matic Radio-Phonographs Give You This Record and Radio Protection for the Future (1951)
Fisher’s Radio – For Pride and Practicality Choose Fisher Fidelity (1956)
Fisher’s Radio – For Pride and Practicality Choose Fisher Fidelity (1956)
Edwards Company’s Electronics – Built to Endure (1951)
Edwards Company’s Electronics – Built to Endure (1951)
H.H. Scott’s Radio – Clean, Brilliant H. H. Scott Sound as low as $99.95 (1956)
H.H. Scott’s Radio – Clean, Brilliant H. H. Scott Sound as low as $99.95 (1956)
Motorola’s Television – Double Opening Sale (1950)
Motorola’s Television – Double Opening Sale (1950)
General Electric Rp 1150 Portable Stereo Phono (1959)
General Electric Rp 1150 Portable Stereo Phono (1959)
Motorola (1954)
Motorola (1954)
’57 Sylvania Silver Screen 85 TV Picture Tube Stokes (1957)
’57 Sylvania Silver Screen 85 TV Picture Tube Stokes (1957)
Capehart-Farnsworth Corporation’s portable radio – A new Personal Portable Radio by the makers of the INCOMPARABLE Capehart (1954)
Capehart-Farnsworth Corporation’s portable radio – A new Personal Portable Radio by the makers of the INCOMPARABLE Capehart (1954)
Motorola Radio-phonograp (1950)
Motorola Radio-phonograp (1950)
Original Zenith Chopin Phonograph (1956)
Original Zenith Chopin Phonograph (1956)
Arvin Radio’s Radio – Arvin Velvet Voice Radio (1950)
Arvin Radio’s Radio – Arvin Velvet Voice Radio (1950)
Philco’s TV and Radio Tubes – Make any TV or Radio Set Perform Better (1952)
Philco’s TV and Radio Tubes – Make any TV or Radio Set Perform Better (1952)