Philco Tube Radio Wood Tambour Door
Philco Tube Radio Roll-top Wood Cabinet Portable Model 46-350 circa 1946
is pleasing to the eye. The wood cabinet is in fair condition, the roll
top is trying to separate slightly. We did not power it up as the cord
has several bare spots and is not safe, the interior look good and
intact. This used Tube Radio is sold as a collectible and sold as is.
Measures 12 x 10 x 5 1/4 inches approximately.
Retro Turntable AM FM Radio
This cool little Turntable Replica is actually an AM FM Radio. The
volume is controlled by the tonearm and the belt drive is the tuner.
Measures 6 x 4 x 2 inches approximately. We put in 4 AA batteries (not
included) and the radio sounds great for its size. This appears to be
NOS, sold as a collectible and sold as is.
Fairfield Argus Model 650 Film Editor
This vintage 1950s era 8mm Film Editor was manufacturer by Argus of
Chicago, IL. It is the Fairfiled Model No. 650 and uses the B.K.V. 35
Watt lamp (bulb). What a beauty, it is in very good condition for its
age, powers up and the light comes on – no further testing was
performed. This editor is used, sold as a collectible and sold as is.
Measures 7 x 17 1/2 inches approximately.
Antique Kenmore Metal Oscillating Table Fan
This cool Kenmore Metal Oscillating Fan is a blast from the past. The
fan is in fair condition with some blemishes. When plugged in the fan
runs and the 3 speed selector did regulate the speeds. The speed
selector lever is missing a piece and had to be moved with a small piece
of cardboard, the power cord has black tape wrapped around a section.
This fine machine is used. sold as a collectible and sold as is. The fan
measures 18 inches high and the fan cage is 13 inches. (Circa guess
Music Out of the Moon Music Unusual Featuring the Theremin CCF 2000
This is the original Music Exotica and the start of the 50s Space Age
Pop Music Genre, Music Out of the Moon circa 1948 features a Theremin
that is mostly associated with old horror movie sound effects. This is
an electronic instrument played via airwaves, it is amazing albeit
novel. Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin has been know to employ one in the
major Led Zeppelin hit Whole Lotta Love. The three 45RPM Records Track
Listings are 1 Lunar Rhapsody 2 Moon Moods 3 Lunette 4 Celestial
Nocturne 5 Mist O The Moon 6 Radar Blues – The records are in good
condition and the original box is in fair condition. This very rare
record set is used, sold as a collectible and sold as is.
Excerpt from back of box – The music in this album is in reality an
exploration – It is music of a type that has been outstandingly
successful as a mood creating background for motion pictures dealing
with the macabre, the fantastic
RCA Red 45RPM Records Highlights from Puccinis Madame Butterfly
This nice RCA Records Madame Butterfly set (WDM 1068) is from the early
1950s. This set includes 4 Red RCA Vinyl 45 RPM records in good
condition and the original box in fair condition. Records included are 3
45s -Sides 1 through 6 Act 1 Love Duet Pat I and 1 45 – Side 3 Un Bel
Di, Vedremo / Side 4 Act 11 Flower Duet. This set of 4 vinyl RCA records
are used, sold as collectibles and sold s is.
A Treasury of Immortal Performances Caruso Sings Light Music
This is a cool collection of Red RCA 45 RPM Records titled Caruso Sings
Light Music sides 1 through 8 on 4 45 RPM Records. The box is in fair
condition, the records are in good condition. These are great to play,
decorate with or collect. The records are used, sold as collectibles and
sold as is. Circa 1951, includes 4 Red RCA 45 RPM Records and Original
Cardboard Record Box.
Kodak Instamatic 233 Film Camera
Instamatic was the Kodak trademark name for their easy-load 126
cartridge film cameras, launched in February 1963 with the Instamatic
50. The Instamatic 233 Cameras were made in England and Germany from
Sept 1968 to 1970. This particular Instamatic 233 was made in England,
has the Kodak Reomar Lens and is in very good condition, the winder
winds and the shutter fires. This camera is used, sold as a collectible
and sold as is.
Imperial Satellite 127 Vintage Film Camera
Great little plastic camera made in the 60′s by the Imperial
Camera Corp and it has a color, black and white switch. Imperial was a
main camera brand of the Herbert George Co. Chicago, Illinois, a company
founded by Herbert Weil and George Israel around 1945. This cool retro
styled camera is in good used condition and the shutter fires, no
further testing was performed. The Imperial Camera is sold as a
collectible and sold as is.
Ricomatic 126 Vintage Film Camera
This Ricoh Ricomatic 126 was made in Japan around the mid to late 1960s.
The camera has a slight bend in the metal lens edge, the plastic
surrounding the inner edge of the lens has a small crack, the camera is
priced accordingly. No testing was performed on the camera, it is used,
sold as a collectible and sold as is.
Leica Meter MC Vintage Camera Accessory
Leica-Meter MC Metrawatt A G Nurnberg, Made in Germany (sn 84265), this
old Leica Light Meter was made around 1965. We were unable to get the
needle to respond to light and there is an indention on the corner of
the case, no other testing was performed and the unit is priced
accordingly. The Leica Meter MC is used, sold as a collectible and sold
Kopil Self Timer Circa 1950
This is a nice vintage Kopil self timer from Japan. The timer, case and
instructions are in very good condition, the instructions are on a velum
like paper. It was wound several times and pushes pin at bottom out at
the end of each try.The timer is used, sold as a collectible and sold as
is. The blue case measures 2 3/4 x 1 x 3/4 inches approximately.
Kobayashi Seiki Seisakusho (小林精機製作所,
meaning Kobayashi Precision Works) was a Japanese company, which made
cine cameras, camera bellows and precision camera accessories, such as
this solid self timer, and sold under the Kopil brand name.
Kodak M22 Instamatic Retro 8 mm Movie Camera
Vintage 1970s Kodak Super 8mm Movie Camera with the Ektanar 14 mm Lens f
/2.7. This Retro Movie Camera in fair condition, we were unable to get
the camera to run and have priced it accordingly. Sold as a collectible
and sold as is.
Kodak Brownie Super 27 Film Camera Circa 1960
The Brownie Super 27 is a viewfinder camera taking 4x4cm images on 127
film. It was made in the USA by Kodak, from August 1961 til June 1965.
It has a built-in flash holder covered by a door beside the lens. The
f/8 Kodar lens has two aperture stops – f/13.5 and f/8, selected
by a knob on the front, between the viewfinder and lens. There are two
focus zones, Close Up 3½-6 ft and Beyond 6 ft. The shutter has
two speeds, 1/80 when the flash door is closed, and 1/40 when open.
Winding the film cocks the shutter, hence preventing double-exposures.
This vintage Kodak Brownie is in very good used condition, all buttons
and knobs move freely and the shutter fires, no further testing was
performed. This unique camera is sold as a collectible and sold as is.