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Welcome to the Early Television Foundation and Museum

The Early Television Foundation is dedicated to the preservation of the technology from the early days of television. Our website's mission is to preserve and make available to the public the history of early television, from the mechanical systems of the 1920s through the introduction of color televsion in the 1950s.

Over $12,000 in tickets were sold for the CT-100 Drawing. Thanks to everyone who bought tickets and supported the museum.

The winner was Karen Sieracki

Report on the 2019 Convention

The Early Television Museum and Foundation depends on donations to fund their operations. Please consider making a tax-deductible contribution to the Early Television Foundation. 

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Recent Additions to our Collection

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Raytheon 15 inch color

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6 foot tall Nipper

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Motorola 16CK1

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Philco 50-T-1477


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Raytheon-Belmont 7DX22-P

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Diamond Power 400 Utiliview

In the Museum's Collection

Mechanical television Pre-1945 Broadcast Equipment Pre-1945 Television Antennas
Pre-1945 Television Postwar Broadcast Equipment Postwar Television Antennas
American postwar television Color Broadcast Equipment Postwar Television Accessories
British, European and South American postwar TV Pre-1945 Picture Tubes Pre-1945 Television Test Equipment
Early Color television Postwar Picture Tubes Postwar Television Test Equipment
Mechanical Broadcast Equipment Color Picture Tubes Dealer Display Items

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