Zenith Chromacolor TV, Circa 1970s - *Please contact us regarding shipping before you buy.


Shipping to United States: $395.00

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Item Description:
Here is a very nicely preserved Atomic Era Zenith Chromacolor TV. The Chromacolor TV was first introduced in 1969 and revolutionized the television industry and this particular TV was purchased by its original owner in the early 1970s. The picture comes in well, and the sound works nicely all with 1970s technology so it's not your TV picture from today but still does a good job. The Chromacolor button when pressed darkens the picture a little but makes it clearer and easier for watching at night. Our video does show the TV working but does not pick up the picture accurately and as well as it looks in person. This piece has all its original knobs, it sits sturdily on a white metal pedestal base with white wood sides and a walnut wood top. The casing is in good condition for its age with minimal signs of wear, the top does have a faint plant ring that can be seen in a certain light. Overall this is a good working vintage TV. Please feel free to reach out if you have any questions and thanks for looking!

"Zenith introduced its first color TV sets for consumers in 1961 and quickly established itself as a leading brand. The 1969 introduction of the revolutionary “Chromacolor” black-matrix (negative guardband) picture tube doubled the image brightness of color television and established a new standard of performance for the entire industry." - ref. Zenith.com.

Height - 29"
Width - 32.5"
Depth - 22"

This piece is available for viewing at Refindings, York PA's antique and architectural warehouse located at 465 E Prospect St. York, Pa 17403. Operating hours are Mon-Sat 10-5 and Sun 12-5.

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