Farnsworth Television And Radio
As the son of a farmer, a curious fifteen-year-old boy examines the process of electrons carried by radio waves in order to create the first electronic television, as well as one hundred other patents throughout his life.
***This piece measures approximately 3 3/4 by 4 3/4 inches, and is in very good original condition.*** Original & Guaranteed Authentic ready to be trimmed, matted and framed. ALL PAPER ITEMS ARE GRADED ""FINE"" UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. IMAGE Was SCANNED AT A LOW RESOLUTION WHICH MAY CAUSE THEM TO APPEAR LESS THAN PERFECT. (LOW-RESOLUTION SCANS PRINT VERY POORLY, THUS PREVENTING PIRATING OF OUR IMAGES).
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