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Electronics/ TV of the 1950s

RCA Victor Color TV $495 (1956)
RCA Victor Color TV $495 (1956)
Zenith Radio and Television’s Television Receivers – Thick green mold covered a clue to a better television receiver (1953)
Zenith Radio and Television’s Television Receivers – Thick green mold covered a clue to a better television receiver (1953)
Admiral TV with Wireless remote control (1958)
Admiral TV with Wireless remote control (1958)
Magnavox Company’s Television – Magnavox... the closest thing in television to a personal appearance (1950)
Magnavox Company’s Television – Magnavox... the closest thing in television to a personal appearance (1950)
General Electric Company’s Black-Daylight Television – "G.E. makes you feel it’s real!" (1951)
General Electric Company’s Black-Daylight Television – "G.E. makes you feel it’s real!" (1951)
General Electric Company’s GE Clock-Radio – Outsells All Others Combined (1952)
General Electric Company’s GE Clock-Radio – Outsells All Others Combined (1952)
General Electric Company’s GE Aluminized Tube – "Now see me as I am... on a GE Aluminized Tube" (1951)
General Electric Company’s GE Aluminized Tube – "Now see me as I am... on a GE Aluminized Tube" (1951)
Admiral Corporation’s Television Combinations – Only From Admiral. Television With Built-In Radio ... At No Extra Cost (1952)
Admiral Corporation’s Television Combinations – Only From Admiral. Television With Built-In Radio ... At No Extra Cost (1952)
Philco Portable TV Set #2 (1957)
Philco Portable TV Set #2 (1957)
Motorola’s Television – The Motorola TV picture will tell the story (1952)
Motorola’s Television – The Motorola TV picture will tell the story (1952)
Admiral 21" TV Radio Phonograph Home Theatre (1952)
Admiral 21" TV Radio Phonograph Home Theatre (1952)
Electro-Voice – There Is A Difference In High-Fidelity Equipment (1956)
Electro-Voice – There Is A Difference In High-Fidelity Equipment (1956)
Stromberg- Carlson Tv Television Chinese (1951)
Stromberg- Carlson Tv Television Chinese (1951)
General Electric Company’s Television – New GE Ultra-Vision (1952)
General Electric Company’s Television – New GE Ultra-Vision (1952)