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1910 Ad Columbia Grafanola Elite AND Leo Slezak as Rhadames in Aida National Phonograph Co17.01 Details
1924 Ad Daisy Air Rifles Happy Daisy Boy 1/2 pg AND Eastman Kodak TEAR AT TOP OF PAGE9.99 Details
1926 Ad Eastman Kodak Children AND Willy's Knight 70 Auto9.99 Details
1926 Ad Eastman Kodak Co Vacation AND The National City Co9.99 Details
1926 Ad RCA Radiola AND Raymond Whitcomb Cruises West Indies9.99 Details
1928 Ad Ingersoll Alarm Clock AND Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet9.99 Details
1938 Ad RCA Victrola Nelson Eddy, Jeanette McDonald9.99 Details
1940 Ad Kodak Film Great snapshots are made on Kodak Film 9.99 Details
1941 Ad Kodak Film. Snapshots from home9.99 Details
1941 Ad General Electric GE FM Radio 9.99 Details
1941 Ad Kodak Research. Beautiful mini color prints. 9.99 Details
1941 Ad Kodak Research. Kodak mini color make a big hit over there9.99 Details
1941 Ad Kodak. Cine Kodak flies with the Memphis Belle9.99 Details
1941 Ad Magnavox Radio. Out of the storm a ghost opera9.99 Details
1941 Ad Magnavox Radios. The stormy beginning of Tonight we love9.99 Details
1944 Ad Kodak research Pictures carry him back Rochester NY9.99 Details
1944 Ad US Cadet Nurse Corps Sponsored by Kodak9.99 Details
1945 Ad Farnsworth Television Radio Co Capehart and Farnsworth Bernard Lamotte Art11.22 Details
1945 Ad General Electric Judy Garland9.99 Details
1945 Ad RCA Radio Corporation. Sound systems for churches9.99 Details
1945 Ad Stewart Warner Radios What's ahead in radio9.99 Details
1945 Ad Westclox Electric Clock Big Ben 9.99 Details
1945 Ad Western Electric War theme Battle 11.25 Details
1946 Ad Bell and Howell Movie Projector. Graduation theme9.99 Details
1946 Ad Kodak Reflex Movie Camera Flash color black/white9.99 Details
1946 Ad Telechron electric clocks9.99 Details
1947 Ad General Electric Portable radios Monica Lewis9.99 Details
1947 Ad Admiral Thin Man portable radio Baby Theme 9.99 Details
1947 Ad General Electric GE Clock Radio. Rise and shine9.99 Details
1947 Ad Kodak Kodachrome film. Double reward9.99 Details
1947 Ad Magnificent Magnavox radio phonograph9.99 Details
1949 Ad RCA Victor Portable Radio won't let it out of her sight9.99 Details
1950 Ad Eastman Kodak Co. Your snapshots tell the story best. Boat fishing theme9.99 Details
1950 Ad Motorola Portable Radios Gift of fun for everyone14.25 Details
1950 Ad Motorola portable radios It's Spring14.25 Details
1952 Ad Capehart portable radio. Capehart Farnsworth Corporation9.99 Details
1952 Ad DuMont Televisions Harvest of 21 years of pioneering 2 Page Ad9.99 Details
1952 Ad GE Ultra Vision TV Lucy and Desi9.99 Details
1952 Ad General Electric GE Easy ways to better vacation pictures. 9.99 Details
1952 Ad Zenith Portable Radios. 6 Brilliant new reasons9.99 Details
1953 Ad Eastman Kodak Acetate fiber. A wonderful Chromspun world 9.99 Details
1953 Ad Eastman Kodak Co Camera. Seconds to snap, years to enjoy9.99 Details
1953 Ad Emerson 21 inch television. Space saving cabinet9.99 Details
1953 Ad Emerson TV Television Clear and Sharp9.99 Details
1953 Ad Motorola Radio Extended tone speaker9.99 Details
1953 Ad Polaroid land camera Christmast picture in 60 seconds9.99 Details
1953 Ad Zenith Radio. High Fidelity 9.99 Details
1954 Ad Westclox Clocks Fresh and colorful as spring9.99 Details
1956 Ad Motorola TV that really tunes itself. Remote control9.99 Details
1957 Ad Admiral TV Radio Charlton Heston Glenn Ford12.33 Details
1957 Ad Argus C-3 only $55. Beautiful color pictures your very first try9.99 Details
1957 Ad Polaroid Land Camera Snap it and see it.9.99 Details
1957 Ad Webcor Reel to Reel recorders9.99 Details
1958 Ad Admiral TV Hi Fidelity with Remote control9.99 Details
1958 Ad Admiral TV with Wireless remote control9.99 Details
1958 Ad VM Stereo. Thevoice of music. Superior stereo9.99 Details
1959 Ad Arvin 7 transistor portable Radios. 9.99 Details
1959 Ad Automatic Electric AE Making ideas work automatically9.99 Details
1959 Ad Eastman Kodak Company Give and take christmas. Movie cameras and projectors9.99 Details
1959 Ad Kodak Movie camera and projector9.99 Details
1960 Ad Eastman Kodak Co Automatic 35 mm camera 9.99 Details
1961 Ad Eastman Kodak Co. Changes slides by itself.9.99 Details
1964 Ad Eastman Kodak Co Rochester NY Christmas theme9.99 Details
1964 Ad ITT Worldwide electronics and communications9.99 Details
1964 Ad RCA Victor stereo. After the concert is over.9.99 Details
1964 Ad RCA Victor with Nipper & Princess Pembroke Bermuda9.99 Details
1965 Ad Admiral TV Television. New Admiral 2r flat faced slimmed9.99 Details
1965 Ad Kodak Eastman Kodak Co. Take any favorite snapshot11.22 Details
1968 Ad Craig tape recorders AND Dr Grabow Pipes10.45 Details
1968 Ad Eastman Kodak. Instamatic movie camera9.99 Details
1968 Ad IBM Computers What it costs to write it down9.99 Details
1968 Ad IBM computers Meteorologist studies starlight9.99 Details
1968 Ad Kodak Film. Little Devils make wonderful pictures9.99 Details
1968 Ad Kodak photos. Photo greeting cards9.99 Details
1968 Ad Polaroid Camera The 60 second excitement9.99 Details
1968 Ad Polaroid instant land camera. The 60 second excitement9.99 Details
1968 Ad RCA color preview days. Get Smart Maxwell Smart9.99 Details
1968 Ad RCA Color TV consoles. Bing Crosby9.99 Details
1968 Ad Remington Rand office machines. $1400 worth of calculator for $9709.99 Details
1968 Ad The Sony 700-U TV a little more screen, a little less money9.99 Details
1968 Ad The Sony personal television. Want to be alone with the person they love9.99 Details
1968 Ad Zenith Television 14 inch color portable tv9.99 Details
1969 Ad Admiral Console TV television. 3 year warranty on the picture tube.9.99 Details
1969 Ad General Electric GE 450 MHz Royal Executive Radio9.99 Details
1969 Ad Motorola total fire communications. IN case of fire.9.99 Details
1969 Ad Polaroid cameras. This is the season to know which one does what9.99 Details
1969 Ad Polaroid land camera The all new colorpack II. Eyeball theme9.99 Details
1969 Ad Sony clock radio. The first clock you don't have to set the night before.9.99 Details
1969 Ad Sony Superscope tape recorders. Out of this world9.99 Details
1969 Ad The Sony 92OU Television. TV I can take it or leave it9.99 Details
1969 Ad Timex Watches. Other watches with an automatic calendar . But they cost a lot more than $509.99 Details
1969 Ad Westclox Avocado, blue, woodtone alarm clocks9.99 Details
1970 Ad Berkey color computer photo pictures 13.55 Details
1970 Ad Craig Cassette recorders. Control ear pollution9.99 Details
1970 Ad Eastman Kodak Co Makes your pictures count9.99 Details
1970 Ad Emerson console TV television. Look at a name, not a picture9.99 Details
1970 Ad Emerson TV television. Competitors pictures, not their prices.9.99 Details
1970 Ad General Telephone and Electronics. GTE. You might never miss another flash picture9.99 Details
1970 Ad Panasonic Stereo system. A stereo now and a system later.9.99 Details
1970 Ad Panasonic Stereo. A new direction in stereo9.99 Details
1970 Ad RCA solid state accucolor TV Television. Built to last and backed in writing9.99 Details
1970 Ad RCA TV Television. Brightest big screen color TV picture you can buy9.99 Details
1970 Ad Sharp Portable radio. Tune in to the unusual9.99 Details
1970 Ad Sharp TV television. Not a simulated picture.9.99 Details
1970 Ad Sony All Weather Radio. Singin' in the rain.9.99 Details
1970 Ad Sylvania console TV's Once a year ultimatum9.99 Details
1970 Ad Synchronex. If a picture could talk it would be a Synchronex home movie9.99 Details
1970 Ad Westclox Shades of a decorating revolution9.99 Details
1970 Ad Westclox. Dainty, feminine, petite alarm clock at a whale of a price9.99 Details
1971 Ad Craig radios. The little radio who ate batteries11.55 Details
1971 Ad Kodak Film. Kodak makes your pictures bright.9.99 Details
1971 Ad Kodak instamatic camera SIMPLE9.99 Details
1971 Ad Kodak XL Movie Camera and Ektachrome160 movie film9.99 Details
1972 Ad Fotomat film processing. We develop friends overnight.9.99 Details
1972 Ad Fotomat film processing. What do they do out there in the parking lot?9.99 Details
1972 Ad Kodak introduces the Pocket camera9.99 Details
1972 Ad Panasonic portable TV's. We even make one that fits into a stocking9.99 Details
1972 Ad Sylvania TV's and stereos. This years sale is something very special9.99 Details
1972 Ad The V-M Corporation. Voice of Music. Class of 72 gift ideas. Hint hint9.99 Details
1976 Ad J Osawa and Co Ltd Mamiya Camera The ultimate camera9.99 Details
1976 Ad Olivetti Lexikon 82 Typewriter Interchangeable typing balls9.99 Details
1977 Ad J Osawa Co Ltd Mamiya Camera M645 BHMC9.99 Details
1977 Ad Kodak Ektasound Moviedeck projector 9.99 Details
1977 Ad Kodak Tele-Instamatic 708 camera less than $96 9.99 Details
1977 Ad Kodak Trimlite 28 and 38 Cameras Automatic Camera in my pocket9.99 Details
1977 Ad Kodak XL movie camera Works in low light9.99 Details
1977 Ad Polaroid SX-70 Alpha 1 Camera Decide for youself9.99 Details
1984 ad Sony The only cassette deck in America endorsed by 258,000 experts on sound9.99 Details
1986 ad Maxell The tape that lasts as long as the legend. Marilyn Monroe9.99 Details
1986 ad Smith Corona XD 6500 typewriter. Auto spell. Introducing this years hot button9.99 Details
1987 ad Casio keyboards sound. Find the drums in this picture9.99 Details
1987 ad Kodak Supralife batteries. Built better than a copper top9.99 Details
1987 ad Minolta AF-Tele For all the standard reasons. 9.99 Details
1988 ad Canon Color Laser copier. For people who see the same thing differently9.99 Details
1988 ad Casio electronic keyboard. Many thank you notes to come9.99 Details
1988 ad Kodak Colorwatch film system. Bill Cosby9.99 Details
1988 ad Magnavox Computer. Very Very smart. 9.99 Details
1988 ad Magnavox Digital VCR. Tom and Dick Smothers brothers9.99 Details
1988 ad Magnavox hand held mobile TV. View9.99 Details
1988 ad Maxell recording tapes. Delivers higher performance. Man in chair Classic wind blown two page ad22.5 Details
1988 ad Maxell recording tapes. Delivers higher performance. Man in chair Classic wind blown two page ad22.5 Details
1988 ad Minolta Dual camera. The great double feature. Two built in lenses9.99 Details
1988 ad Sanyo Blast off with Sanyo super VHS Hi Fi 2 page ad9.99 Details
1988 ad Smith Corona Typewriter word processor. Now your English mistakes are history9.99 Details
1988 ad V-Tech Video Technology Introducing the computer age for ages 9 and up. Half page9.99 Details
1989 Ad AT&T Communications. Call England 64 cents per minute. The Blue Boar.9.99 Details
1989 Ad Magnavox Big Screen TV. Smothers brothers. Brilliant9.99 Details
1989 Ad Magnavox Digital CD player boom box9.99 Details
1989 Ad Magnavox View portable handheld TV. 9.99 Details
1989 Ad Socrates Video Technology. Learning computer aid. Helping children learn one on one13.56 Details
1989 Ad Vivitar photography The last wordin photography9.99 Details
1990 ad Canon personal copier. Can save a marriage9.99 Details
1990 ad Canon Photura Camera. A smooth operator9.99 Details
1990 ad Kodak Funsaver 35 flash camera9.99 Details
1990 ad Kodak Photo by Karen Maassen Golden California9.99 Details
1990 Ad Minolta Freedom zoom 105i First snapshot camera with a mind of its own9.99 Details
1990 ad Panasonic SC-CH7 compact stereo. Sleek sophisticated. Black cat9.99 Details
1990 ad Pentax PZ-10 Camera. The first power zoom SLR9.99 Details
1990 ad Pentax SF camera. Catch a cat nap9.99 Details
1990 ad Pioneers Multiplay CD changer and Walt Disney's Fantasia9.99 Details
1990 ad Radio Shack Special holiday gift ideas9.99 Details
1990 ad Smith Corona Personal computers. Power tools for the mind. Two page14.22 Details
1990 ad Smith Corona Typewriters Word Processing Power tools for the mind14.22 Details
1990 Ad Smith Corona Typewriters Word Processors. The most famous line in writing9.99 Details
1991 ad Canon EOS Rebel camera. Because no one else sees things your way9.99 Details
1991 ad Kodak Eastman Kodak Company. A professional isn't expensive9.99 Details
1991 ad Kodak film. Show your true colors9.99 Details
1991 ad Minolta Maxxum 8000i Accept no limitations9.99 Details
1991 ad Pentax Cameras. Genius with super IQ captures cow who jumped over the moon.9.99 Details
1991 ad Pentax cameras. Preserve your world9.99 Details
1991 ad Smith Corona Personal Computers. Power tools for the mind. Two page ad9.99 Details
1991 ad Smith Corona Word processor. The only correction system that hands out perfect sentences11.22 Details
1991 ad Smith Corona word processors. The most famous line in writing11.22 Details

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