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  • Gramophone Style Music Player Seriously Old School
    kotulas.com
    There's a lot of great old music out there and there's no better way to bridge the century-wide gap between the gramophone and the MP3 than with this nifty vintage music player. It has the look of your great-grandparent's old music player with the authentic horn speaker and decorative crank, but open the front and you'll find a completely 21st Century control panel with integrated cassette and CD players. You can even play your favorite digitized MP3s via either a line-in or a USB port. It also has an integrated AM/FM radio receiver and a working turntable that lets you spin 33-1/3, 45 and even old-time 78 RPM records. Uses standard household power; overall dimensions are 17.3in.L x 17.3in.W x 21.7in.H. Whether you'd rather begin the beguine or bust a move, you've got it covered.
  • Crosley Vintage-Style Phones, Radios Record Players
    jossandmain.com
    Modern design meets the appeal of yesteryear in this selection of retro-chic Crosley electronics. Abounding with jukebox-inspired CD players, vintage-style wall and desk phones, USB-equipped turntables, and more, these delightful accoutrements create an air of nostalgic charm in your home.
  • Vintage Record Player Turntable Portable Small
    pinterest.com
    This Vintage Record Player is in Non-Working Condition and is being sold as a display piece. Unit is made by Sears and is the Solid State
  • Rolleicord V vintage camera twin lens camera circa mid 1950s
    etsy.com
    Vintage Rolleicord V. twin lens. mid century German engineering. 120 Film Camera. Coated Xenar taking lens. .circa. Mid 1950s. .condition. "Shutterbug Magazine" rating system Overall Excellent cosmetic and working condition. all camera speeds operational but have not been checked for accuracy. Slight paint wear on camera back (see photographs) Film tested. If you have any questions, or would like more information, please don't hesitate
  • tube poste radio
    chouky39.centerblog.net
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