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Well, another oldie from me then:))

Well, another oldie from me then:))


Philips radio from 1950's. From the collection of a very close friend of mine....Photo by him...

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Jan 16, 2014 at 02:40 PM Author: migette1
Another nice example showing the piano keys which was favoured by continental makers. I notice a phone which looks very German( W48 type ?).

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Jan 16, 2014 at 06:25 PM Author: tony88
valve radios and valve tvs are another thing I grab and repair and yep I just finished building a telephone line using original poles and copper wire it the line is 200 meters long in total has ten poles and has 5 crank handle telephones connected to it
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Jan 16, 2014 at 07:22 PM Author: dor123
I think my grandma from my father side R.I.P, had a valve radio of Philips. I remember that we had an antique analog controlled CRT TV from the times Channel One (Israel) was the only TV channel that was available, and that the TV required an analog converter in order to receive channel television (The TV hadn't a hyperband). I don't know if it was a valve based TV.

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Jan 16, 2014 at 09:51 PM Author: Prismatic
Very nice valve radio. Here is my early 50s Philips oldie

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Jan 17, 2014 at 01:43 AM Author: jercar954
Cool radio. Before I blew up the photo from thumbnail, I thought it was a Grundig Majestic.

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Jan 17, 2014 at 11:01 PM Author: BG101
Quite likely Dor, these channel converters were also popular in the UK in the 1950s for reception of the ITV Band III 405-line transmissions on single-channel Band I receivers for the BBC. I have one of these converters and it is in working order.


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