Including TV and video players, hi-fi’s and record players, as well other items such as lighting, clocks, batteries and telephones.
“Big Ben’s family name is Westclox.” These ads for Westclox clocks date from 1967-68.
“Okay, Akai.” These three ads are from a triple page spread for Akai CD players, receivers and video players, dating from 1986.
“More woofers than Battersea dogs home.” This illustrated ad campaign for various Philips CD/cassette players is from 1986-87.
“Thrill to the tone and beauty!” These illustrated Wurlitzer jukebox ads date from 1947-48, with artwork by Albert Dorne.
“Are Bulbsnatchers people?” These ads for G.E Lamps, produced by General Electric, date from 1946-47 and featured different celebrities of the time “bulbsnatching”!
“For better sight use better light!” These black and white illustrated ads for Mazda Lamps, produced by Westinghouse, date from 1941-42. Unfortunately the artist/artists didn’t sign them so I don’t know who they are by.
“Exciting as a night on the town…” These ads for AMi jukeboxes date from 1960-64.
“Go Go Go Gold Seal” These fantastic collage ads for Every Ready “Gold Seal” batteries date from 1985-86.
“A slight improvement on perfection.” These Technics CD and cassette player ads date from 1980-86. They are all very sci-fi with dark backgrounds, moonscapes, lasers and grids.
“No one lets you experience the Power of Music like General Electric.” These General Electric portable cassette player and hi-fi ads date from 1985-86. Red-Hot-Power!
“This deck is loaded.” These little b/w Toshiba cassette player ads date from 1983-87. Auto-reverse. Twin deck. Graphic equalizers. Anti-roll. What more could you want?
“A new experience in “360” high-fidelity.” These Columbia “listening in depth” ads date from 1957-58.