This 1952 RCA~Radio Corporation of America vintage ad has a black and white art illustration of a ballerina on a television stage and a picture tube superimposed with a photo of a ballerina in the same pose on the face and the headline, “New, metal-shell television tube makes pictures more realistic!”
Year Published: 1952
Approximate overall size – inches: 10 x 13
“Benefits for the TV audience were immediate when RCA, in 1949, introduced its first metal-shell picture tube. Engineered for mass production, this new tube made larger television pictures available to more people. Subsequent RCA developments in the same field have resulted in progressively better and better home receivers.”
This is a 68 yr. old original vintage ad removed from a 1952 publication and is not a reproduction of any kind.
Wikipedia on RCA