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General Electric 676 (1955)
(plastic transistor shirtpocket radio)

General Electric 676 (1955)


Offered here is this hard-to-find iconic transistor from General Electric. This was one of the first transistors to hit the market debuting in early 1955. It is a four-transistor unit that was powered by a strange 13.5 volt battery that has a weird 3-prong plug. So don't plan on using this as a daily player as it is untested. But as a display unit, it shows well as it has been well preserved. This gem is a great addition to any collection which is trying to feature the initial pioneers of USA made transistor radios, it is clean and without damage. This is also a nice size at only 5-1/2"W and has a solid construction. More photos available upon request.
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