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Regency vintage remote control.
model RT-700

From my collection, from the mid 1950s. Connect this to your TV and place it beside your favorite chair. The antenna connects to the rear of the unit and your can switch channels, control your TV's picture and sound from your armchair. It has been electronically restored an it works. To use it, you will need to provided an NTSC analog RF signal (like I do) in My Radio Room. When connected, the RT-700 becomes the TV's tuner, and it controls the picture and sound.

  $72.00 shipped to any address in the  continental USA



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:


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.

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