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Homemade Australian Black and White TV 1957 - ACMI Collection. This TV was built by Mr F. Straford in The electronic components were purchased as a kit of parts for approximately

Handcrafted from A-grade solid oak, the Original Rustic Solid Oak Corner TV Cabinet will effortlessly accommodate your television set and all associated hardware and media. Forming part of our popular Original Rustic Solid Oak Range, the cabinet is defined by a beautifully aged appearance with softly rounded corners, chamfered edges and antiqued handles.

Handcrafted from A-grade solid oak, the Original Rustic Solid Oak Corner TV Cabinet will effortlessly accommodate your television set and all associated hardware and media. Forming part of our popular Original Rustic Solid Oak Range, the cabinet is define

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This TV had pride of place in the Mount Eliza lounge room of aviation and television pioneer Sir Reg…

Agatha Christie Poirot Television Set Model

The Clocks by Agatha Christie and first published in the UK in 1963 features Belgian detective Hercule Poirot.

Remember the time when you only had 5 working channels that didn't require banging on the tv and repositioning the antennae.

Old Television I had this same TV. I remember being maybe twelve before we got our first color TV.

styleitchic: DO IT YOURSELF  Bars from old television sets

Upcycled TV Turned Minibar, this is super bad ass. I would like to have this,in the game room

Console tv we had one after our black & white tv died with smoke coming out of it one morning at breakfast.

loungeking: Sparton “Command” Television (Model c. 1960 I would die for a telly like that!

1947 Television    #tv #television #vintage

Technological Influence: 1947 Television--October 5 – President Harry S. Truman delivers the first televised White House address speaking on the world food crises.

Futuristic technology from 1957 — the Panoramic 111 TV from French company Téléavia. http://www.iainclaridge.co.uk/blog/11397

Panoramic 111 TV from 1957 by French manufacturer, Téléavia. // i totally want a tv like this

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