March 29, 2013

Deluxe Sparton “Parkway” Television (Model 23K2S), 1960 - Advertising Postcard by Shook Photos on Flickr.Deluxe Sparton “Parkway” Television
Produced in London, Ontario, Canada
Date: 1960
Source Type: Postcard
Publisher, Printer, Photographer: Canadian Post Card Company (#35352-B), appears to be a Dexter Press postcard
Postmark: None
Collection: Steven R. Shook
Remark: Sparton brands of television sets were produced the Sparton Corporation (originally called Sparks Withington) in Jackson, Michigan, and later in London, Ontario, Canada. The television shown above was produced in Canada after the manufacturing facility in the United States was closed.
TEXT ON REVERSE:
The Deluxe SPARTON “PARKWAY”
(#23K2S)
23” TV console with Sparton “NO MASK” styling, dual heavy duty speakers for Hi-Fi Sound, “channel light” tuning, and Super 23” Hand-Wired Chassis (20 tubes) with power transformer. Push “On Off) Switch. New “Designer Series” styling in solid woods; Mahogany, Swedish Walnut or Walnut. (32 1/2” W x 33” H x 15” D).

Deluxe Sparton “Parkway” Television (Model 23K2S), 1960 - Advertising Postcard by Shook Photos on Flickr.

Deluxe Sparton “Parkway” Television
Produced in London, Ontario, Canada

Date: 1960
Source Type: Postcard
Publisher, Printer, Photographer: Canadian Post Card Company (#35352-B), appears to be a Dexter Press postcard
Postmark: None
Collection: Steven R. Shook
Remark: Sparton brands of television sets were produced the Sparton Corporation (originally called Sparks Withington) in Jackson, Michigan, and later in London, Ontario, Canada. The television shown above was produced in Canada after the manufacturing facility in the United States was closed.

TEXT ON REVERSE:
The Deluxe SPARTON “PARKWAY”
(#23K2S)
23” TV console with Sparton “NO MASK” styling, dual heavy duty speakers for Hi-Fi Sound, “channel light” tuning, and Super 23” Hand-Wired Chassis (20 tubes) with power transformer. Push “On Off) Switch. New “Designer Series” styling in solid woods; Mahogany, Swedish Walnut or Walnut. (32 1/2” W x 33” H x 15” D).

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