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Beautiful Bakelite

Bakelite - the reason old things still look cool. Bakelite was the first type of plastic made back in 1907 by a Belgian chemist named Leo Baekeland. It was originally used because of its electrically non-conductive and heat-resistant properties in radio and telephone casings. Later on it was used in kitchenware, jewellery and toys.


Beautiful Bakelite

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1940s Nautical Bakelite Compass Ship Pin.

Peter Pan Mottled Brown Bakelite Radio

PETER PAN FJJ: Mottled brown Bakelite mantle radio, by : Lot 182

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Plastic Bakelite Eyeglasses Protection Tiny Holes Lenses B L Bausch Lomb Case

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Bakelite Scotty Dog Fork

GE F-40 Bakelite Radio

VINTAGE 1940s ART DECO MID CENTURY ANTIQUE BAKELITE RADIO

1947 Art Deco bakelite .

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Rare bakelite pepper with celluloid stem 2.5 x 1.5 in (3/4 in thick). Price: $1,650.00

Rare bakelite pepper with celluloid stem | Bakelite Museum

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ART DECO BAKELITE AND MIRROR SWITCH AND OUTLET COVER

bakelite mouse trap - focus!

bakelite barometer

BAKELITE CLOCK BUTTON

MOTOROLA 49L13Q (1949)

Colonial Model 700 "New World" Globe Radio (1933) Bakelite

1937 Mullard in Green Bakeite

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Art Deco 1939 NY Worlds Fair Kodak Camera, Bakelite

1930s bakelite clock radio phone

EFEKTA - Druopta Praha - Lomography

Lomography - EFEKTA - Druopta Praha

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Pacific Telephone ad

Vinyl on Bakelite

Zenith "Consoltone"1946, Art Deco Radio