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Calavera 05-17-2011 06:53 PM

5 Vintage TV Sets for sale Near Cincinatti, southeastern Indiana
I have 5 vintage TV sets I am wanting to sell. Also all of the sets power up, but they would need work to be operational.The big console TV with the doors is a Freed Eisemann, the 3rd picture is a sylvania,the one in the 5th picture is an Arvin, the TV\Radio is an Admiral, and I am not sure what kind the 2nd picture is. I am located in southeastern Indiana, just 40 miles or so from Cincinnati. If anybody in interested please let me know. I do not have a set price on any of them but if you interested I'm sure we can work out a price. Thanks!

John Marinello 05-17-2011 08:24 PM

I think that second set may be a Sparton.

Calavera 05-19-2011 11:02 PM

Yes I went back out and looked at the set and it is indeed a Spartan.

Calavera 05-23-2011 12:38 AM

I tested the sets again and all them powered up with the tubes lit up except for the sylvania. The Admiral set even displays a picture on the screen, so I think you could get that fixed up very easily. These babies are priced to sell, so any interested buyers please send me an offer. Thank you.

P.S. I also have 2 portable sets which are old enough to contain tubes. I would guess one is from the late 60s and the other one the early 70s. I will post pictures of those soon.

Calavera 05-28-2011 06:19 AM

I have a $50 offer on the Sparton, does that seem fair?

Calavera 05-29-2011 02:02 AM

Got an offer of 100 for all of them, I am gonna take it, they might be worth a little more but I need the money. Do you think I am getting ripped off bad? I figure they are worth around 150 atleast. Just wanted to make sure one of them isn't rare and worth 100 by itself.

PS Sorry about the quadruple post, I didn't realize I had posted so many times.

AUdubon5425 05-29-2011 02:31 PM

They're worth what someone in your area is willing to pay. That's the main thing about big stuff like your TVs. I bought an old RCA color roundie for $20 because no one around here collects this stuff. Up in Chicago, people would have been fistfighting over that set for $20.

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