This highly sought after Realistic DX-200 covers 150 kHz to 30 MHz in five bands plus ham/swl band-spread. Receives AM and SSB/CW modes and has an analog readout and an S-Meter, the rear panel has external antenna screws. The Realistic DX-200 is a general coverage communications receiver that was made in Japan from 1981 – 1983. It measures 14.5 x 6.5 x 9.25 inches. I powered the unit up and connected a few feet of speaker wire and was able to receive some AM stations and communications on the other bands. Includes Realistic DX-200 Receiver good condition and Original Owners Manual in fair condition.
Sawyers View Master Original 3D
Cool Original 3D, this Sawyers View-Master Model C was made around the late 1940s. The view-master and 4 slides are in good condition, the box is in fair condition. The top of the box sides have split. Also included is the original brochure in fair condition. We viewed all the slides with this view-master they are breath taking and beyond real.
This used Sawyers view-master, 4 slides and box are used, sold as collectibles, as is, as shown. The 4 included slides are – Slide #29 – Grand Canyon, Slide #234 – Cave of the Winds Colorado, Slide #227 – Mesa Verde National Park Colorado, Slide #236 – The Million Dollar Highway Colorado.
Tru View Viewer with Filmstrips
Tru Vue Viewer Set with 6 Stereoscopic Filmstrips c.1949, this is a cool Tru Vue Viewer with 6 stereoscopic filmstrips, the films are the breathtaking “Around the World” Tru-Vue Films numbered 1 through 6, catalog numbers are 1504, 1505, 1506, 1539, 1540, 1541. The Viewer is in good condition, it has a hairline crack on one side that does not effect the form or function of the viewer. We viewed several of the films and were amazed at the images on these films. This nice collectors set includes the Tru-Vue Viewer, 6 stereoscopic filmstrips, and original box (Tru Vue Library Case). The box is in fair condition, the lid has detached and has some tape on one end. Purchase Here
Old Lobby Card from the 1953 film Louisiana Territory
Original lobby card from the film Louisiana Territory which was released in 1953. This lobby card was sent to theaters to be displayed in the lobby to promote the film. The lobby card is used, sold as a collectible, as is, as shown. Measures 11 x 14 inches approximately. Numbered 53 out of 575 by RKO Radio Pictures.