Television History - The First 75 Years
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During this period, 'electronic' television was perfected.  Several countries began broadcasting, most experimentally, with limited numbers of TV-sets in the hands of the public. 


"Quick Facts" by year:   1935     1936     1937     1938     1939     1940     1941

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    American Television Sets


1939 Andrea 1F5

1939 Andrea 8-F-12
 

  All Andrea


1938 DuMont 180

1939 DuMont 183

All DuMont


1939  GE  HM171
1941 GE Model 90  12" USA (28K bytes)
1941 GE  Model 90

All GE


1939  RCA  TT5

1939  RCA  TRK9

All RCA


All 1935 - 1941 American TV Sets
 


    British Television Sets
   


1936 Baird T5

1937 Baird  T14

All Baird


1937 Cossor 437T
 

1939 Cossor 1210
 

All Cossor


1939 Ekco TA201
 
1939 Ekco  TS701  UK   (20K bytes)
1939 Ekco TS701
 

All Ekco


1936 Marconi 705
 
1938 Marconi 707 UK  (20K bytes)
1938 Marconi 707
 

All Marconi


1937 Murphy A42V
 

1938 Murphy A56V
 

All Murphy


All 1935 - 1941 British TV Sets
 


    Netherlands - Dutch Television Sets  - 
First TV in the Netherlands

 

    French Television Sets   

French EMYVISOR Model 95-front.JPG (45233 bytes)


1936 Emyvisor Cathode Ray Television - Model 95

All 1935 - 1941 French TV Sets

 

    German Television Sets   

1934-35 Telefunken FE-III (24K bytes)

 

1934-35 Telefunken FE-III

1935-36 DS Loewe FE-B (36K bytes)

 

1935-36 Loewe FE-B
 

1936-37 Fernseh-AG Television (36K bytes)

1936-37 Fernseh-AG

1937-38 Telefunken FE-VI   (48K bytes)

 

1937-38 Telefunken FE-VI

1938 Fernseh-AG  Model DE6   (52K bytes)

 

1938 Fernseh DE-6

1939 Fernseh-AG  Model E-1   (52K bytes)


1939-Fernseh-AG Model-E1


All 1935 - 1941 German TV Sets
 

 

    Russian Television Sets

1938 TK-1 Russia - RCA-RR359  (35K bytes)
1938 Model TK-1, 343-line electronic television, 33 tubes.  In the late 1930s, RCA shipped a small quantity of their RR-359 sets to Russia, and this is a modified version of the RR-359.

(Also refer to Index for additional TV set photos)

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