88-0451 Zenith Billboard
Zenith was founded as "Chicago Radio Laboratory" (CRL) in 1919 to build small quantities of receivers primarily for radio amateurs. The period 1935-1943 is viewed as the "high point" of Zenith design, and in early 1942, the first of Zenith's famous "Transoceanic" multiband portables became available to the public until April 1942 when production was converted to war needs.
Size: 4.8" Wide x 3.9 Tall
The lights flash and fade on off and on like real Neon Billboards.
Complete with DTN base, no assembly required.
A/C adaptable, by using Lemax Power Adaptor 74706
Battery operated, animated neon billboard
signs have these great benefits;
ready-to-run, paper-thin, produce no heat, and have
realism second-to-none. All signs require
3 AA batteries. Signs draw 95 ma.