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Electronics/ TV of the 1950s

Zenith’s Black Magic TV (1950)
Zenith’s Black Magic TV (1950)
CBS Columbia TV Television O’Sullivan Laminate (1955)
CBS Columbia TV Television O’Sullivan Laminate (1955)
Original Raytheon Television Tv Sets (1953)
Original Raytheon Television Tv Sets (1953)
G. Schirmer’s Columbia 360 Table Phonograph – The New Columbia 360 Table Phonograph (1953)
G. Schirmer’s Columbia 360 Table Phonograph – The New Columbia 360 Table Phonograph (1953)
Zenith Rambler Model Z-1819JZ Portable TV (1957)
Zenith Rambler Model Z-1819JZ Portable TV (1957)
Admiral Corporation’s Television – Admiral The Clearest Picture in Television (1951)
Admiral Corporation’s Television – Admiral The Clearest Picture in Television (1951)
Emerson Radio and Phonograph Corporation’s various – It Couldn’t Be Done... so Emerson did it (1952)
Emerson Radio and Phonograph Corporation’s various – It Couldn’t Be Done... so Emerson did it (1952)
Westinghouse Electric Corporation’s Portable Radio – Jinx Falkenburg travels with a Westinghouse Portable (1952)
Westinghouse Electric Corporation’s Portable Radio – Jinx Falkenburg travels with a Westinghouse Portable (1952)
RCA Victor Director 21 Mahogany Color TV (1955)
RCA Victor Director 21 Mahogany Color TV (1955)
Diamond Power Specialty Corporation’s Utiliscope (Wired Television) – Now You Can See Where You Can’t Look With the Diamond "Utiliscope" (1951)
Diamond Power Specialty Corporation’s Utiliscope (Wired Television) – Now You Can See Where You Can’t Look With the Diamond "Utiliscope" (1951)
Zenith Radio Corporation’s Television – Picture Clarity You Hardly Believe (1950)
Zenith Radio Corporation’s Television – Picture Clarity You Hardly Believe (1950)
Zenith Radio Corporation’s Portable radios – Zenith Again! Is the Top News in Portables (1950)
Zenith Radio Corporation’s Portable radios – Zenith Again! Is the Top News in Portables (1950)
Teletype (1959)
Teletype (1959)
Admiral Corporation’s 19" "Magic Mirror" Television Combination – Clear Close Up (1950)
Admiral Corporation’s 19" "Magic Mirror" Television Combination – Clear Close Up (1950)