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1970's Keracolor White Spherical TV

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1970's Keracolor White Spherical TV retrofitted with a Philips flatsceen TV. In 1968 a British designer by the name of Arthur Bracegirdle designed and put into production the Keracolor television, the worlds first perfectly spherical TV made from Fibreglass. Keracolor Televisions have been featured in many design books, and can be found museum around the work the work,including the Manchester Museum of Science and Industry (MOSI) & National Media Museum in Bradford. Height 36", diameter of base 29". - See more at: https://auctions.bidsquare.com/view-auctions/catalog/id/494/lot/177995#sthash.kpBeCWwv.dpuf

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