Vintage Televisions | Vintage Radios | Art Deco | Twentieth Century Design
  1. Philco Predicta television blonde Brazilian model ca. 1958 An extreme rarity.
    Philco Predicta television blonde Brazilian model ca. 1958  An extreme rarity.
  2. RCA 6K10 Spectacular machine age design by John Vassos for the RCA Victor Co. ca.1936
    RCA 6K10 Spectacular machine age design by John Vassos for the RCA Victor Co. ca.1936
  3. Beautiful art deco zig-zag figural lamp USA ca.1927-29
    Beautiful art deco zig-zag figural lamp USA ca.1927-29
  4. Machine age Colorlite "hex" neon clock ca. 1937
    Machine age Colorlite "hex" neon clock ca. 1937
  5. Air King radio model 66 Iconic design by Harold Van Doren for the Air King Products Co. Brooklyn, NY ca. 1935
    Air King radio model 66 Iconic design by Harold Van Doren for the Air King Products Co. Brooklyn, NY ca. 1935
  6. Rare and wonderful RCA Building skyscraper display by John Vassos for the RCA Co.
    Rare and wonderful RCA Building skyscraper display by John Vassos for the RCA Co.
SPECIALIZING IN TWENTIETH CENTURY INDUSTRIAL DESIGN, DECORATIVE ARTS, VINTAGE TELEVISIONS, VINTAGE RADIOS, ART DECO + MACHINE AGE OBJECTS, TUBE AUDIO AND ELECTRICAL ANTIQUES.
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  1. A Bit Or Two About Us
    Since 1980 and online at neweraantiques.com since 1995, we have offered a vast array of style oriented antiques and collectibles with a strong specialty in the field of vintage radios, vintage television sets, art deco and industrial design to collectors and admirers worldwide. Ordering is easy and we will ship any of our items worldwide. Fragile and large items are treated with the utmost care and professionally packed by an antiques packing service. Shipping /delivery is available via a variety of options depending on the item and your location.
  2. Commercial Displays a Specialty
    We specialize in providing the perfect and period correct items for commercial and museum displays, films, retail stores and historical interior settings. Clients for our vintage televisions and radios have included the National Museum of American History, the Smithsonian, the National Constitution Center, the National Blues Museum, the Hess Collection, the Yale Art Gallery, Moss Bureau, Memo Tokyo, CBS, NBC television, and many notable restaurants and retail spaces. We’d be most pleased to help you with your next project.
  3. Looking For Something Special?
    Our inventory is constantly changing and the items featured on the site are only a sample of what is typically available. If you are searching for a particular item for your home, project or collection, let us know. We just may have it or we will let you know when we come across something for you. Yes, we do repair and restore vintage radios and televisions. Contact us for details anytime. Thanks for visiting and we look forward to hearing from you.