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Vintage Retro Style A portable TV so you could watch shows almost anywhere. Easy to carry the handle made it so darn fun. (a little before my time, but still) - Collage Art, Collages, To Do App, Vintage Television, Vintage Tv, Arte Pop, Old Tv, Vintage Quilts, Stop Motion

Vintage Block Along - Sections Five and Six!!

Welcome back to another episode of the Vintage Block Along Today we are doing the final sections of our amazing vintage quilt... sections five and six:) Let's get right to section five! The blocks that you will need are the following: 8" Spool and Bobbins 8" Leftovers 8" September Star 8" Wash Day 8" Road to Grandma's 8" Fall Social 8" Holiday Lights 8" Winter Flower This is what this section/row looks like. We are simply sewing all eight of the 8" Blocks together! Of course we will need…

Vintage Ads : TV sets Vintage Advertising Campaign TV sets Advertisement Description TV sets Sharing is love ! Radios, Cartoon Photo, Television Set, Vintage Tv, Funny Vintage, Vintage Tools, Vintage Kitchen, Vintage Photos, Old Tv Shows

1950s vintage advertisement for Television Sets Women Fashion Photo

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  Vintage Television, Television Set, Vintage Tv, Vintage Signs, Old Technology, Tv Sets, Retro Radios, First Tv, Old Ads

Flickriver: Photoset 'SYLVANIA Radio, Television, Clock-Radio, Phonographs Dealer Sales Portofolio' by MarkAmsterdam

Flickriver - view images as a 'river of photos' and more...

fifties-sixties-everyday-life: 1959 A big TV set and the Encyclopedia Britannica… Vintage Tv, Vintage Humor, Vintage Colors, Vintage Photographs, Vintage Photos, Vintage Family Pictures, New Television, Tv Sets, First Tv

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A big TV set and the Encyclopedia Britannica... what more could you need?