Original vintage magazine ad, RCA - Radio Corporation of America "Grind That Crank, Sailor - That Radio Is Our One Hope of Getting Back Alive! " 24 hours a day - on every front - RCA Radio is "on the job" - saving lives and helping to win battles. "US sailors rescued at sea!" Behind those thrilling words you will often find the amazing little RCA marine radio sending and receiving set. Standard equipment on many lifeboats, crank operation generates the power to send SOS messages out across the ocean. Morse code and even telephone messages may be sent and received on this marvelous life-saving "radio station" created by RCA. Old 1943 RCA radio advertisement from World War 2 era, WW2 WWII. Would look sensational matted and framed.
Approximate size 10 x 14 inches.
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