I don't like auctions with reserve prices, and I'm sure most people don't. Either put it up as a buy now or auction for the minimum price you want or if you do start if off low then don't put a reserve price. I think I read somewhere the auctions with reserve prices are far for likely to sell for less than those that don't.
That is one of my all-time favorites. Did it come with the receiver and paperwork? There was a box w/papers being auctioned a while back. I think it went for over $100.00.
Might sound like a silly question, but would the thing even work now that broadcasting has gone digital? Are there still analogue TV transmissions?
I once saw in an all vintage digital watch catalog a Seiko T.V. Watch with this name at the top-->Seikosha. If I can find the catalog that I have, I'll post a photo of it. Anyone here seen this "Seikosha" T.V. Watch of the one I described?
It's not a silly question Steve. I've read that there is some kind of a converter that can help with the transmission of T.V. signals but the signals were not making clear receptions, meaning the picture was scrambled in some ways. Anyone else here have some information on this?