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1951 General Electric Radios Ad

General Electric Radios ad from 1951 = vibrant illustrations and lettered headlines,

1950s General Electric Clock Radio | 1950 Ad Clock Radio Dial Beam Phonograph Portable General Electric GE

1950s General Electric Clock Radio | 1950 Ad Clock Radio Dial Beam Phonograph Portable General Electric GE

TV Time! This clock was used on top of TVs and has details reminiscent of radio speakers and antenna. What does it remind you of? [Image: ca. late 1950s electric television lamp clock, model 503]

This clock was used on top of TVs and has details reminiscent of radio speakers and antenna. What does it remind you of?

Westinghouse Electric Corporation’s Spacer Saver Clock Radio – Snooze News! New Westinghouse Clock Radio (1955)

Westinghouse Electric Corporation’s Spacer Saver Clock Radio – Snooze News! New Westinghouse Clock Radio

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Picture of Bakelite radio. Taken in September 2007 by Robert Neild (Robneild) at the Bakelite Museum, Orchard Mill, Williton, Somerset, UK.

1958 GENERAL ELECTRIC vintage print ad. "Tomorrow Is Here!""General Electric begins a whole new trend in television styling with the "Designer Series" "Gramercy 17" "Barclay 21"

1958 General Electric Ad "Tomorrow Is Here!"

1958 GENERAL ELECTRIC vintage print advertisement "Tomorrow Is Here!" ~ "General Electric begins a whole new trend in television styling with the "Designer Series" "Gramercy "Barclay Progress Is Our Most Important Product" ~

Radio 1932. The Victoria & Albert Museum

Wireless Place of origin: Great Britain, UK (made) Date: 1932 (made) 1931 (designed) Artist/Maker: White, J. (designer) Ekco Plastics Ltd.

Stone Vintage Radio Museum - Antique Radios, Wireless, Crystal Sets, Tubes, and Valves

Online shopping for Wireless Audio Receivers & Adapters from a great selection at Electronics Store.

Stone Vintage Radio Museum - Antique Radios, Wireless, Crystal Sets, Tubes, and Valves

Murdock Neutrodyne 5 Tube Radio with Built in Horn Speaker. Eye catching set from the mid with a horn speaker built into the top of the set's case.

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