TV (about the size of an RCA 621).
This TV "picture
receiver" has a five-inch CRT and a five-channel tuner.
A similar TV
(with slightly different cabinet design) was sold by Westinghouse
A history of this TV is being prepared by the family of the original
owner and will be added to this page in the near future.
Reception: This TV connects to a radio with a TV audtio
input (such as the RCA T-62, 16T3, T-80, or T-55 (my favorite) for
I may seek
one of the radios noted above in the future.
Back Panel: Below is a photo of the replica back with help
from ETF and my family's handyman.
TVs Used in Hollywood Movies: Below is a photo from Bowery
at Midnight (1942 with Bela Lugosi and produced by Monogram Pictures)
showing an RCA TT-5.
appeared in three Hollywood films with a television theme: International
House (1931), Murder by Television (1935), and Bowery at Midnight
Below is an 1939 RCA advertisement.
1939 Two-Page RCA Ad