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RCA 621TS Television
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RCA 621TS, ch. KCS 21, ca: 1946
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over the air picture

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Hard to find "Blonde" or "Limed" version of RCA's first post-war television, the cabinet was designed by John Vassos. This model is actually a left over pre-war model that was shelved during the war. After WW-II, the tuner and electronics were updated with the new post-war NTSC broadcast standards. The 621-TS in Blonde finish is the most scarce of all RCA's direct-view, post-war televisions. A well designed set for it's time that will perform quite well (when properly restored).

  Year: 1946
  Case: wood
  Screen size: 7"
  Channel coverage: VHF, ch. 1 - 13
  Power transformer: yes
  Measurements (approx): 19 x 16 x 15"

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