Keracolor 26" sphere colour television, rare teak effect finish, 1970

Keracolor sphere colour television, rare teak effect finish, 1970

1970 General Electric 19" Portable Color Television:

1970 General Electric Portable Color Television: - Pretty sure this was the same TV my husband I had in our first apartment!

salones con chimenea y television modernos - Buscar con Google

Like the minimalist/clean layout (would like better with slightly more earthy colors) Salón con chimenea,moderno y precioso.

Family in front of a television set.... or may be for propaganda ads... France, 1950's Pour les Français = oui, je pense qu'il s'agit d'une publicité...rien qu'à voir leurs sourires (niais ?) et le fait que la photo est en couleur. A noter la taille du téléviseur par rapport à l'écran. A noter également que la source est inconnue, vu que je n'ai plus le livre sur les années 50 en ma possession. Canon 350 D, 18-55, flash. Raw. Décembre 2008

midcenturymodernfreak: One In Every Home A family oohs and aahs as they marvel at their shiny new ultra-deluxe boob tube. - Via

1964 Ad, RCA Victor Color Television Hi-Fi Stereo Console | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

1964 Ad, RCA Victor Color Television Hi-Fi Stereo Console - this was The entertainment center back in the day

                              Bonanza

Bonanza is an NBC television western series that ran from September to January The show centers on the Cartwright family, who live in the area of Virginia City, Nevada, bordering Lake Tahoe.

Vintage 1967 Zenith console color television TV, NICE! We had one like this. "Zenith- The quality goes in before the name goes on"

Vintage 1967 Zenith console color television TV, NICE

The Most Insane Television Sets in History

The Most Insane Television Sets in History

Sony KP 5010 This is the world's first rear projection color television set. It was built in the early and does not yet use ICs but transistors (second generation).

Color television (1953) | 12 Innovations From The 1950s That We Still Use Today

Color television (1953)

1968 Ad Deccacolour Decca Color TV Television Christmas - ORIGINAL LN1

1968 Ad Deccacolour Decca Color TV Television Christmas - ORIGINAL LN1

1968 Ad Deccacolour Decca Color TV Television Christmas - Original Print Ad for Like the 1968 Ad Deccacolour Decca Color TV Television Christmas - Original Print Ad?

1965 RCA Color Television original vintage advertisement. With endorsement by Bob Hope, surrounded by Marilyn Maxwell, Jill St. John, and Rhonda Fleming.

1965 RCA Color Television, with endorsement by Bob Hope, surrounded by Marilyn Maxwell, Jill St. John, and Rhonda Fleming

Beany and Cecil is an animated cartoon series created by Bob Clampett, who had previously worked for Warner Brothers. Along with The Jetsons and The Flintstones it was one of the first three color television series on the ABC television network (the initial season, though, was originally shown in black and white, as ABC was unable to telecast color programs until September 1962).

I loved Beanie and Cecil. I know I had the sea serpent doll and the Beanie's helicopter blade hat with the pull string. The Cecil doll had a pull string that made him talk.

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