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The Official Vintage Curtis Mathes site by Glenn Waters

Curtis Mathes, Vintage Electronics, Televisions, Stereos, Radios, VCR”s, Camcorders, Mathes Coolers and Fans, Made in the USA. Design


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A nice 1960 Modern Danish, Curtis Mathes Console.

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A nice 1960 Modern Danish, Curtis Mathes Console.
A nice 1960 Modern Danish, Curtis Mathes Console. The cabinet measures 55-1/2? wide x 28? high x 20-1/4? deep. Curtis Mathes tube stereo, TV, and phonograph. This is what Curtis Mathes called the ?3-in-1?.
Posted by Glenn Edward Waters III on August 13, 2012 Full Size|

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We bought this same TV when I kid around 60 or 61', Beautiful piece of furniture it was. HAd great stereo sound. I wonder what its worth today.
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Reply Buddy Allen
3:08 PM on April 30, 2015 
My Grandparents had one of these when I was in high school. I was an electronic nut so I found a multiplex decoder at Lafayette Electronics and installed it in the console. It already had the in and out hooks for it so it was nearly a no brainer but they had one of the earliest mpx receivers at the time. They also had an AKAI A8 tape deck sitting on top which I modified with reverb and recorded my first album with multiple voice parts and various instruments using its' sound-on-sound capabilities. Ah... those were the days!