Motorola has its price, and a blue liquid bubble

Market Value

October 15, 1995|By Anita Gold | Anita Gold,KNIGHT-RIDDER/TRIBUNE NEWS SERVICE

I have a 5-inch, 1948 Motorola TV, model VT-71 with an original manual and a blue magnifying liquid bubble attached to the TV. It is not in working condition. How can I find out if its worth anything?

For a free appraisal or to sell old radios and early television sets, whether working or not, or to check out their age, collectibility, or related parts or items, write to Vintage Radios and Television Sets Wanted for Cash, P.O. Box 214, Des Plaines, Ill. 60016. Enclose a photo or description of the item, stating their condition and including any wording or numbers they may have; also enclose a self-addressed stamped envelope for an evaluation, offer or reply.

For a descriptive list of available radio and TV price guides, or any other electronic collectibles price guides, write me enclosing a self-addressed stamped envelope.

Where can I get Will Moses primitive prints? I'm told they're put out in signed and numbered limited editions.

You'll get quite an eyeful of such prints to pick and choose from -- and a chance to meet the famous folk artist (and great grandson of Grandma Moses) -- at the New England Country Folk Art Festival, which runs Oct. 27-29 at the Royal Plaza Trade Center in Marlborough, Mass. For travel information, phone (800) 653-2222; for show details, phone Judy Marks at (708) 858-1568.

To request a color catalog of Will Moses works, write Galarina Folk Arts, Morton & Depot Street, P.O. Box 443, Shipshewana, Ind. 46565, or phone (219) 768-4227.

Where can we find high quality art sculpture and items of an extremely stylistic nature to add to our small, but carefully selected, collection? Can you furnish any information?

You'll find irresistible art structures and sculpture of the type you desire at the SOFA (Sculpture, Objects, Functional Art) Chicago Exposition 1995 Nov. 3-5 at the new Navy Pier in Chicago. For a 12-page color brochure/booklet listing the exhibiting galleries, events, travel, lodging, cultural attractions, etc., write SOFA CHICAGO 1995, 210 W. Superior St., Chicago, Ill. 60610; or send $15 for a full color SOFA CHICAGO 1995 catalog picturing the spectacular works, and listing the names and addresses of the artists and galleries; or phone (800) 871-SOFA for information.

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