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Sweet designs from the 1950's to the 1990's from CM

Photo above is a Curtis Mathes Amp. Model KA250 a very sweet amp.


 When Curtis Mathes Made things in Texas they were built to last and last. Many consoles and stereos have out lived their owners.


Don't hate Her because she is beautiful, this is a true made in the USA Classic.

The four photos below are of a 1962's well built Curtis Mathes LP record player AM / FM tuner Measures: 5' tall x 3' wide x 1 1/2 deep, 100% wood, with great hand rubbed finish.  She holds two 10" speakers and has 4 wheels on the bottom for easy moving, The console is missing the television that was in the center.

 Shows 4 drawers but only two open, on one drawer you have the LP record player and on the other drawer an AM / FM tuner radio...
The top two sliding doors open to show a space which held the TV at one point, now the space can be used to store your records or anything you desire.
The arm which holds the needle is a little loose and needs tightening. One of the non opening drawers is missing the handle, other than these two flaws the whole unit plays music and is in working condition.


The photo above and the two photos below are three wonderful  examples of the beautiful Imperial Dane Home Entertainment Center that came out in 1961..

A wonderful example of the Imperial Dane made in 1961.

This is Paul Boyer’s Beautiful Imperial Dane Home Entertainment Center.

Paul stated that this wonderful unit started out it's life in a large family in Green Bay, WI and has ended up following one of the girls up to Cookstown, ON Canada a little north of Toronto. Great jop saving her Paul.


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