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  • El Katz

    Tags: Philco Predictra TV television vintage modern retro 60’s electronics video furniture household entertainment interior clasic Sci-fi Si-F

  • Rikki Van Camp

    I just love the design of these mid century Philco Predicta televisions.

  • Cariño of the Fifth Sun

    Philco Predicta Television, ca. 1959; This TV set was built 10 years before the moon-landing image being shown on the screen. But hey, this design was really super-dooper space-age! Actually the modular screen/innards box concept wasn't a bad one; most desktop computers until recently followed the same practice. Philco's problem was that this line of TV sets was unreliable, thus helping to kill sales. Another negative might have been that the design would clash with traditional-style living room décor; TVs tended to reside in living rooms in those days, as noted above. By

  • Gino Bogys

    Vintage TV

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