Wow - what a find - a 1958 television set - a Decca DM4. Complete and unmolested - with all the paperwork - including purchase receipt, guarantee, etc, etc.
Look at the great design features - 'rocket age' legs - multi-curved cabinet - wooden 'tambar' sliding doors that hide the screen when not in use.
Oozing late-1950s charm - constructed with the 'in' materials of the period.
One particularly interesting feature is the hidden controls under small dual sliding doors at the front.
Please study the pictures.
It has had a life - it may never be a television again - but not bad for its age.
There are signs of woodworm - but this has been treated.
The RHS front door has a large scratch (not deep) - but this can be sorted with modern furniture treatments for this sort of issue.
The main sliding doors will need cleaning so that they operate smoothly again (they do open and close OK).
Now - imagine this with the innards removed - a drinks or cocktail cupboard?
Put a fishtank inside?
Or what about mounting a modern TV screen in place of the old innards.
How cool would that be?
IMPORTANT NOTE: This TV cannot be plugged into the mains - it may be dangerous. This item is being sold as a collectors display piece only
This is a highly desirable piece of period furniture - and they don't come up very often like this.