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1934-35 table model. 180 lines.

Courtesy of Jerome Halphen

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1934-35 table model specifications

Courtesy of Eckhard Etzold

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1936 Console

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1936/37 15 inch model.

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1936-37 model

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1937-38 model

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1938 projection set

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1938 projection set diagram

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DE 6 (1938)

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Prototype chassis in the Deutsches Museum Munich

Pictures of the CRT and more pictures of the set

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Block Diagram

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DE 7R (1938/39). 12 inch direct view.

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DE 7R chassis

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DE 7R block diagram

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 DE 7 specifications

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DE 8R (1939-40) 16 inch

Courtesy of Jerome Halphen

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DE 8R chassis

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DE-8R specifications

Courtesy of Eckhard Etzold

 

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HPE 5 R (1939). Projection set produces a 17" by 20" picture on a directional screen attached to the lid. This set appeared in a 1939 magazine and was identified as being at the 1939 Berlin Exposition. It was to be sold for about $225. It uses Baird's patented vertical deflection. Baird was a member of Fernseh A.G. (Information courtesy of Darius-Karim Mottaghian-Milani). 

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HPE 5 R chassis

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HPE 5 R specifications

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Courtesy of Eckhard Etzold

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DE 9 (1939/40)

 

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Fernseh Large Picture Projection Sets

 

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Fernseh FE-FBB 1943 military monitor?