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1940s GENERAL TELEVISION ART DECO OLD BAKELITE RADIO

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CENTURY SIX MAJESTIC American Art Deco Radio

This American art deco table radio known as the “Majestic 463 Century Six” was marketed in honor of the 1933 World’s Fair, “Century of Progress”, held in Chicago, the home of the Grigsby-Gunrow Company who where the makers of the Majestic Radios.

Art Deco radios. Black and green Fisk Radiolette. Australian, c. 1936. Right: Harold Van Doren and John Gordon Rideout, Air-King radio. American, c. 1934.

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Fiddle Leaf Fig Ficus

i have this weird idea that a character could have like hair that changes colour dependent on the mood. maybe like this colour scheme idk. /the dank meme babblings/

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STEWART WARNER Model R127A Art Deco Radio. "Prado" (1933)

STEWART WARNER Model R127A Art Deco Radio Prado 1933 by RadioAge, $895.00

art deco radios - Google Search i loved the radio like in the waltons tv show shame they dont make a radio like that that has the same look but more modren ....

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Dandelion Vinyl Wall Art

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Art Deco/Streamline teardrop bakelite record player, 1940s