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Circa 1949, like it's distant cousin, the Philco 90 cathedral radio is considered the consummate cathedral, this little 7" screen TV, is the "poster child" for the 1940's era television receiver.

A heavy little set although small, it weighs in at 45 lbs. Has a robust power transformer chassis (most 7" sets were had series strung heaters). Features 18 tubes, intercarrier sound and 3 IF stages.

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