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Electronics/ TV of the 1950s

Rca Television Ad Baseball Football (1958)
Rca Television Ad Baseball Football (1958)
Westinghouse Electric Corporation’s Televisions with Electronic Clarifier – Now Clear Pictures that Stay Clear. Westinghouse Television with Electronic Clarifier (1951)
Westinghouse Electric Corporation’s Televisions with Electronic Clarifier – Now Clear Pictures that Stay Clear. Westinghouse Television with Electronic Clarifier (1951)
Sylvania (1957)
Sylvania (1957)
Sparton’s Cosmic Eye television (1953)
Sparton’s Cosmic Eye television (1953)
IT&T Ready for Coming Expansion in Television (1953)
IT&T Ready for Coming Expansion in Television (1953)
Zenith Radio and Television’s Televisions – Achieved in the Tradition of Quality (1952)
Zenith Radio and Television’s Televisions – Achieved in the Tradition of Quality (1952)
Zenith Radio Corporation’s Zenith Royal hearing aid – NOW, with her Zenith Hearing Aid, Mother Can HEAR as well as Dad and Sonny (1951)
Zenith Radio Corporation’s Zenith Royal hearing aid – NOW, with her Zenith Hearing Aid, Mother Can HEAR as well as Dad and Sonny (1951)
IT&T Capehart TV – Ticonderoga / Fort Wayne, Indiana (1952)
IT&T Capehart TV – Ticonderoga / Fort Wayne, Indiana (1952)
Syracuse Electronics TV Service GE 2-Way Radio (1951)
Syracuse Electronics TV Service GE 2-Way Radio (1951)
Magnavox Company’s Chromatic Television – Look into Magnavox chromatic television for true-to-life quality (1953)
Magnavox Company’s Chromatic Television – Look into Magnavox chromatic television for true-to-life quality (1953)
Westinghouse Electric Corporation’s Television – You’ve never seen Anything Like it Before (1951)
Westinghouse Electric Corporation’s Television – You’ve never seen Anything Like it Before (1951)
Monarch Saphin’s Color Television – Don’t Be Robbed of COLOR TELEVISION (1950)
Monarch Saphin’s Color Television – Don’t Be Robbed of COLOR TELEVISION (1950)
General Electric Company’s Black-Daylite Television – Overpowers interference... overrides distance too (1951)
General Electric Company’s Black-Daylite Television – Overpowers interference... overrides distance too (1951)