1950-1959 Natalie Kalmus - USA
Very little is known about this company, other than it was in business less than three years and was located in southern California in the early 1950s. There was a real person named Natalie Kalmus (ca. 1878-1965), who is credited with being the co-developer of the Technicolor process. Read her biography.
It is unclear whether or not she had direct involvement with the television company bearing her name. If anyone has more information, please contact me.
Only two examples are known to exist today.
1950 - (Not in business)
[need photo] 1951 - (TBD)
(TBD) 21" console, wood (Blonde Oak and Imported African Mahogany), TV
only, double planter - [Courtesy April Hall, her grandmother purchased this set
new in San Francisco]
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