Vintage Television and Related Items for sale
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My "Photo Gallery" includes sold items as well as images from my collection both past & present.

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Daven Television Lamp "Keno Lamp"
Very rare version of this early television image tube.
 

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Raytheon "Keno Lamp"
NOS in it's original box
 

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Sony
model KV-4000

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 B&K CRT Tester and Rejuvenator
model 470

 
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Published in 1962 by Philco. Detailed specs including operating voltages and base diagrams for just about all CRT's made (including scope tubes) from the early 1930s to published date.

 
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Television & other small CRT's for sale

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Motorola TV model VT-71 control panel decal set now available

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Wanna' know how to operate your vintage television in this digital era?

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Motorola Radio
1948 television service manual for models VT-71


 

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Vintage TV manuals, posters,
advertising, catalogs, labels, dial scales
and MORE!

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RARE and Unusual General Electric
TV advertising Sign

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This is obviously not an authorized GE item. First, the TV shown in the ad is that of a 10" GE television, model 800 from 1948 (the sign says "New 19 inch"). Second, I don't believe GE used the "Black Daylight" promotion until around the 1952 -53 era.

The sign is made of metal with a crystalline look. The text on the back of the sign states:

SMOKE STONE CO. LTD
3-16-25 MISHIAZABU MINATOKO TOKYO
MADE IN JAPAN


I don't' know for sure the purpose or origin of the sign or why such a sign would be created with the irregularities stated above. I suspect it was made in the fifties for Japanese use as a decoration as the Japanese people certainly loved our technology.

I've had this sign for 12 years, the fellow I purchased it from owned it for a number of years prior to that.

 A repro of this poster (< click) is now available

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