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Mechanical Television

Jenkins JD-30

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The JD-30 is a broadcast/shortwave receiver designed to connect to a scanning disk set with either a flat plate neon or a crater lamp. It was made in 1932, and was sold with the Jenkins R-400 lens disk scanner.

Here is the above set with a lens disk scanner.

(courtesy of Tom Genova)