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This is a small selection of our inventory of antique Radio Memorabilia prints for sale. Additional inventory is available. Contact us with your request. 1-800-879-6277 

002rad: 1906 Early Radio Hardware. Black & white drawings of the machines and the operators they are replacing. London Illustrated. 11x16 in. $30

003rad: 1908 Wireless Telegraphy. "Typewriting letters while many miles from a typewriter." Black & white illustration showing the early contraptions used for transmitting messages through the air. 11x8 in. $30

004rad: 1946 Radio Advertisement. Colorful ad showing the newest models of radios from General Electric. 10x14 in. $30

006rad: 1922 Radio Equipment. Pictures showing radio operators and the reception and transmission equipment they use. Authentic antique rotogravure. 11x16 in. $30

007rad: 1930 French Philips Radio ad. Black & white ad shows different models of the day. 11x15 in. $20

008rad: 1929 Crosley Radio ad. Shows the beauty of their new Battery Radio and the different models. From The Country Gentleman. 11x15 in. $15

009rad: 1920 Wireless Telephony. Visual demonstration of wireless telephony. Black & white drawing showing radio waves from city to city, and the machines sending them. From The Graphic. 10x16 in. $30

010rad: 1924 Marconi Beam Wireless. Drawings demonstrating Beam wireless short-wave radio, which focussed the radio waves, enabling them to travel farther and restrict the angle of reception, ensuring comparative secrecy. From The Graphic. 10x16 in. $30

012rad: 1947 General Electric ad showcasing their radio-phonographs. "There's new Beauty in every familiar note." Published in The Saturday Evening Post.
10 3/8 x 13 5/8 in. $30

013rad: 1910 Radio Receivers. Showing 5 types of receivers. (regenerative receiver, crystal set, horn type loud speaker, seven valve super-hterodyne and four-valve receivers.)
8 3/8 x 11 1/2 in. $30

014rad: Colorful 1944 General Electric ad promoting their FM radio. "She's different, she's the real Ginny Simms -- on an FM "Natural Color" radio. Published in The Saturday Evening Post.
10 1/2 x 13 5/8 in. $30

015rad: 1923 Victrola ad showcasing the Victrola No. 300 & 300 electric for only $250 and $290.
6 1/2 x 10 in. $30

016rad: 1929 RCA Radiola 62 Super-Heterodyne advert. Showcasing 3 different models of Heterodyne's for the home.
6 1/2 x 10 in. $30

017rad: 1925 Music Master Radio products ad. Showcasing the Muisc Master Type 300 model.
6 5/8 x 9 3/8 in. $30

018rad: Atwater Kent Radio ad. Showing 2 battery operated six-tube receivers. Published in The Country Gentleman, 1928.
10 3/4 x 14 in. $30

019rad: Philco "A musical instrument of quality" ad. Showing their Model 15X and Transitone Radio. Published in the 1932 Woman's Home Companion.
10 3/8 x 13 3/4 in. $30

020rad: 1927 Atwater Kent Radio "Its a good after Christmas, too" advert showing the various products they offer. (receivers, speakers and power unit.) Half-tone print.
10 5/8 x 13 7/8 in. $30

021rad: 1920 Brunswick Phonograph and Records Co. "No More Scratching Noises - Instead, Pure reproduction." Featuring The Ultona phonograph.
6 3/8 x 9 7/8 in. $30

022rad: "Take a Victrola with you when you go away this summer." 1913 Victor Talking Machine Co. ad featuring 4 scenes where you could enjoy the Victrola. Half-tone print.
10 5/8 x 15 7/8 in. $30

023rad: 1913 Victor-Victrola advert showcasing the Victrola IV, IX and XVI. Published in the Ladies' Home Journal. Half-tone print.
10 5/8 x 15 7/8 in. $30

024rad: "If you believe in music you need a Victor-Victrola." 1913 Victor-Victrola advert showcasing the Victrola IV and X models. Half-tone print.
10 5/8 x 15 7/8 in. $30

025rad: 1924 Victrola ad showcasing their models of Victrola's and musical artists. Half-tone print.
10 x 13 3/8 in. $30

026rad: 1927 Atwater Kent Radio ad " more than 1,000,000 homes." Showing the Model 35 receiver and Model H speaker. Half-tone print.
6 1/2 x 9 1/2 in. $30

027rad: "His Master's Voice" and "Victrola" - Two famous trademarks by the Victor Talking Machine Company. 1920.
8 3/4 x 11 in. $30

028rad: "It's in the Rigid Arm." 1902 Victor Talking-Machine ad. Toting the machine has become more than ever, a musical instrument.
9 x 13 1/2 in. $30

029rad: 1919 Columbia Grafonola Phonograph "Songs Across the Sea" advert. Published in the January issue of Ladies' Home Journal.
10 1/2 x 16 in. $30

030rad: "Madame Butterfly - Portals of Enchantment." Hear your favorite opera through the Columbia Grafonola. 1917 Life Magazine.
9 x 11 in. $30

031rad: Talking Machines - 1901 Montgomery Ward & Co.'s Catalogue No. 69. Showcasing thier complete line of Talking Machines, Phonographs, Gamophones and Columbia Graphophones.
8 x 10 7/8 in. $30

032rad: 1914 Victrola Advert. “The thrill you get as the band goes by!” – Showing composer/conductor Sousa and his band playing.
10 7/8 x 15 in. $30

033rad: c.1915 Columbia Double-Disc Records “Grafonola” advert. “Everybody joins in when the Columbia Grafonola plays!”
10 7/8 x 13 7/8 in. $30

034rad: Columbia “Grafonola” advert. “Now We Can Dance.” 1920 Home Journal Magazine.
10 5/8 x 16 in. $30

035rad: Columbia Grafonola advert. “in Period Designs.” 1918 The Woman’s Magazine. Showing the different cabinet styles from Gothic, Italian and Adam designs.
10 x 15 in. $30

036rad: Columbia Grafonola “You can dance till the very last note.” advert. 1920 Pictorial Review.
10 x 15 in. $30

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