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I'm at the age when it's time to seek new caretakers for my collection.  If you wish to be that person, make offer on any of the item/s in my collection that I still own. If you wish, please,  contact me  and make offer but don't ask for price.

 

RCA 13" CRT type television
model 13V400T

  < FOR SALE, click image for info
 

 

Hallicrafters 7" vintage TV
model T-505

  < FOR SALE, click image for info
 

 

Hallicrafters T-54 7" vintage TV for sale

 < FOR SALE, click image for info


 

Philco H2010L "Safari" for parts
chassis 10AT10

 < parting out < click image for info

 

CRT DATA manual 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.

<< click for more info
 

 

Regency Mint Condition, NOS vintage UHF converter.
model RC-53
 

From my collection ca: mid 1950, all original NOS with original box and papers. To use it, you will need to provided an NTSC analog RF signal.

Offered for sale as a collectors item as it is not compatible with the modern digital signal unless used with an NTSC to digital converter.

> info on operating your vintage TV in the digital era

 ASKING: $49.00 FREE SHIPPING within the continental USA.

 

 

 

Regency Mint Condition, NOS vintage FM converter
model RC-103

 

From my collection, ca: mid 1950, all original NOS but the papers are missing. I assume its made to be connected to a television for listening.

Offered for sale as a collectors item and has not been properly hooked up and tested. Transistorized, batteries required (3 "AA" cells).

 ASKING: $49.00 FREE SHIPPING within the continental  USA.

 

 

Television & other small CRT's for sale

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

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Motorola VT-71 series service mamual
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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 Vintage Television Test Equipment

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Photo Gallery (below), if you see something you like, feel free to
make an offer (some items may no longer be in my possession).

Admiral 10" Television
model
TS-104

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Emerson 639,  7" Television 1949

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GE
television model 10T1

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GE
television model 807

< click image for info

Philco 7" Television ca:1949
model 48-700

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Philco 7" Television ca:1946
model 48-700

< click image for info


Scarce & unusual Philco Television
ca:1950
model 51-PT-1207, 12" CRT (featuring the rare Neo-Scope CRT)

< click image for info

Philco H201BL "Safari"
chassis 10AT10

 < click image for info

 

Pilot V-37 "Candid TV", 3" CRT

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Raytheon vintage "Port-Hole" TV
1948  model 7DX22P

< click image for info
 

 


RCA
621TS, blonde version

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RCA CT-100  ca: 1953
RCA's first production color television

< click image for info




 


RCA television "attachment"
ca: 1939

model TT5

< click image for info

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RCA Television
"personal Portable"
model 8PT-7032

< click image for info
 

 

Regency vintage television remote control.
model RT-700
 

From my collection, quality piece of television equipment from the mid 1950s. Tube technology,  made to place it beside your favorite chair and control your television remotely. The antenna connects to the rear of this unit and when connected properly to your TV it becomes the control unit for switching channels, controlling your TV's picture and sound. It has been electronically restored and it works. To use it, you will need to provided an NTSC analog RF signal.

> info on operating your vintage TV in the digital era

Sentinel 7" TV model 405TVM

 

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Temple Television model TV-1776

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Western Television "Visionette"

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Zenith "Porthole" Television

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