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Hallicrafters 505 TV (1947)


Hallicrafters 505 TV (1947)

THIS RADIO HAS BEEN SOLD!
TV collectors especially prize sets with Channel 1, which is found only on the very earliest TVs of the post-War era (the FCC deleted Channel 1 in 1948). This Hallicrafters 505 is the early version of this model which includes Channel 1. Other factors that make this TV interesting include the unusual "13 buttons in a row" tuning selector and the fact that it was made by Hallicrafters, a name better known for its communications and ham radio equipment. This set has been electrically restored (new capacitors, strong tubes, selenium rectifiers removed, a full audio and video alignment, etc.) so you can use it to watch your favorite old shows (or current TV if you want). I can advise you on suitable analog TV signal sources. The cabinet and back needed a lot of restoration work on this one, so some scars are visible, but overall it is very presentable, and a good value for the price. This set has a 7" screen and is small/light enough that shipping won't break the bank. 20-1/4"W x 11-1/2"H x 17"D; 33 lbs.
Hallicrafters 505 TV (1947)
THIS RADIO HAS BEEN SOLD!
TV collectors especially prize sets with Channel 1, which is found only on the very earliest TVs of the post-War era (the FCC deleted Channel 1 in 1948). This Hallicrafters 505 is the early version of this model which includes Channel 1. Other factors that make this TV interesting include the unusual "13 buttons in a row" tuning selector and the fact that it was made by Hallicrafters, a name better known for its communications and ham radio equipment. This set has been electrically restored (new capacitors, strong tubes, selenium rectifiers removed, a full audio and video alignment, etc.) so you can use it to watch your favorite old shows (or current TV if you want). I can advise you on suitable analog TV signal sources. The cabinet and back needed a lot of restoration work on this one, so some scars are visible, but overall it is very presentable, and a good value for the price. This set has a 7" screen and is small/light enough that shipping won't break the bank. 20-1/4"W x 11-1/2"H x 17"D; 33 lbs.
Sold by Tom Albrecht on June 3, 2015
Listed price on date of sale - $350.00
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