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Meet the world's oldest TV! Its working and costs over 5,000 pounds
posted April 5 2011 20:04.00 by Giorgos Lazaridis




This little piece of history is about to be auctioned off in Britain, and it is expected to be sold over 5,000 British Pounds! The TV is manufactured by Marconi and dated back in 1936! It features a puny 12-inch screen in a walnut and mahogany case. Weirdly, the top of the TV opens and the picture is reflected into a mirror! Many things changed since then, don't you agree???

[Link: dvice]
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