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Tele-Tone 322 Television (1950)


Tele-Tone 322 Television (1950)

THIS RADIO HAS BEEN SOLD!
Here's an unusual find -- a Bakelite TV! Sets like this Tele-Tone with its Bakelite cabinet are far less common than Bakelite radios. The cabinet on this one has a good original shine, no chips or cracks, and only a few very minor scratches. This set's 14 inch rectangular screen was truly cutting edge in 1950; earlier sets had round screens. On the other hand, its continuous-tuning (radio-like) tuner was a bit old fashioned by then, since most other sets of the time had adopted the familiar "click-click" turret tuner style. The chassis has been fully restored, with all electrolytic and paper capacitors replaced, all weak tubes replaced, a full video and audio IF alignment, and several safety upgrades including a modern polarized power cord. Since the picture tube is an early non-aluminized type, it's not as bright as more modern sets, but still very enjoyable to watch. The back cover is a modern replacement for the missing original back cover. I'll be happy to advise you on suitable signal sources for antique TVs, such as a DVD player with modulator, a DTV converter box, etc. 20-1/4"W x 12-1/2"H x 17"D.
Tele-Tone 322 Television (1950)
THIS RADIO HAS BEEN SOLD!
Here's an unusual find -- a Bakelite TV! Sets like this Tele-Tone with its Bakelite cabinet are far less common than Bakelite radios. The cabinet on this one has a good original shine, no chips or cracks, and only a few very minor scratches. This set's 14 inch rectangular screen was truly cutting edge in 1950; earlier sets had round screens. On the other hand, its continuous-tuning (radio-like) tuner was a bit old fashioned by then, since most other sets of the time had adopted the familiar "click-click" turret tuner style. The chassis has been fully restored, with all electrolytic and paper capacitors replaced, all weak tubes replaced, a full video and audio IF alignment, and several safety upgrades including a modern polarized power cord. Since the picture tube is an early non-aluminized type, it's not as bright as more modern sets, but still very enjoyable to watch. The back cover is a modern replacement for the missing original back cover. I'll be happy to advise you on suitable signal sources for antique TVs, such as a DVD player with modulator, a DTV converter box, etc. 20-1/4"W x 12-1/2"H x 17"D.
Sold by Tom Albrecht on June 8, 2014
Listed price on date of sale - $450.00
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