\Ads 1946 - 1950

Phonograph Ads in the Late 1940's


By Doug Boilesen 2021

 

Lear Radio-Phonograph Combination, 1946 The Saturday Evening Post

 

 

Magnavox - Music for your every mood, 1946 The Saturday Evening Post

 

 

Admiral FM-AM Radio-Phonograph, 1947

 

 

"So Simple...Even a child can play it!" Philco Radio-Phonograph, 1947

See the Graphophone ad in the 1896 Munsey's Magazine for "so simple that even a child can make it pour forth the most enchanting selections..."

 

 

"Listen to its famous Golden Throat," 1947

 

"Listen to this magnificent Victrola with the "Golden Throat!" 1946

Visit Phonographia's Golden Throat for more RCA Victor Golden Throat ads

 

 

Admiral Phonographs, 1946 (PM-1819)

 

 

"Smartly styled - beautifully toned" Magnavox, 1947

 

 

"Hear its brilliant true-to-life performance" Westinghouse Radio-Phonograph, 1947

 

"It costs less than you think to own this Fine Radio-Phonograph" Westinghouse Radio-Phonograph, 1947

 

 

"You don't need a fortune to own this Fine Radio-Phonograph" Westinghouse Radio-Phonograph, 1947

 

 

"Listen...and you'll be amazed at the true-to-life tone." Westinghouse Radio-Phonograph, 1947

 

 

Fabric of America, Decca Records, 1947

 

America is a Dancing Land, Decca Records, 1947

 

 

Westinghouse Radio-Phonograph 1948

 

Westinghouse Radio-Phonograph 1948

 

Westinghouse Radio-Phonograph 1948