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Appareil de projection PATHE 35 mm

Pathe

Rare appareil de projection PATHE 35 mm, marque Etablissement CONSTIN SOUZA Constructeurs, vers 1910, il manque la lentille, le reste semble etre complet, en tournant la manivelle tout fonctionne, vendu dans letat.

ERNEMANN Kinoptikon 35mm Projektor c1914

Ernemann

ERNEMANN Kinoptikon 35mm Projektor c1914 org. Karton.

PROJECTEUR PATHE FRERES DE VERS 1905 -1910

Pathe

PROJECTEUR PATHE FRERES DE VERS 1905 -1910 pour films 35mm . ( TOUS PREMIER PROJECTEUR PATHE 35mm)

PROJECTEUR 35mm PATHE FRERES DE 1910

Pathe

PROJECTEUR 35mm PATHE FRERES DE 1910

Bing British 35mm hand cranked Film Projector

Bing

Bing British 35mm hand cranked Film Projector with badly damaged film strip, various boxed safety film - film strips including 11 x 9.5mm 15 Mickey Mouse Films by Pathescope, further quantity of larger length pathescope and other safety film strips including many Walt Disney and Popeye along with other general interest films c.1940s and 1950s issues also including the wedding of Princess Elizabeth and the Royal Tour of South Africa, 7 x more recent issue collectors club black and white comedy shorts and a number of further unboxed film reels of similar Mickey Mouse cartoons and black and white comedy subjects etc

Portable Movie Projector DeVRY PORTABLE C 90

Devry

DeVRY PORTABLE C 90 Portable projector for 35 mm film on 350 m spools. With 1 film, showing scenes of the Balkans before 1918. Not completely tested. Beautiful manufacturers sign and sign of a Parisian dealer

Vedes Film Projektor Cinematograph TOP 35mm

Vedes

Vedes Film Projektor Cinematograph TOP 35mm Antik Rar.

VERY OLD TIN FILM PROJECTOR

Unknown

VERY OLD TIN FILM PROJECTOR

Projecteur de 35 mm. Bancarel.

Bancarel

Projector of 35 mm. Bancarel; year 1915; function with crank; drive of film by Maltese cross with only one toothed drum which is used as debtor and receiver; reels of 300 m.

35-mm Home Cinema ELECTA

Electa

35-mm Home Cinema ELECTA German table projector by Ertel, Munich, handcrank-operated, lens Ertolar 1:2,5/70 mm. German Translation

35-mm Home Projector Appolux, c. 1921

Appolux

35-mm Home Projector Appolux, c. 1921 German table projector by Unger & Hoffmann, Dresden, handcrank-operated, with resistance for the lamp.

35-mm Movie Projector Nitzsche Kinino, c. 1925

Nitzsche Kinino

35-mm Movie Projector Nitzsche Kinino, c. 1925 German table projector by Johannes Nitzsche A.G., Leipzig, with nickname Bicycle, handcrank-operated, lens Busch 70 mm, good condition.

Ernemann 35-mm Movie Projector Kinox II, c. 1920

Ernemann

35-mm Movie Projector Kinox II, c. 1920 German table projector by Ernemann/Dresden, handcrank and electric motor drive, lens: Ernemann 60 mm, complete with 2 spools, drop resistance, lid, crank and safety box for films.

35-mm Movie Projector Knetsch, c. 1928

Knetsch

35-mm Movie Projector Knetsch, c. 1928 German table projector by Lehmann & Knetsch, Breslau, used for continuous film, electric motor drive, wooden base renewed.

35-mm Amateur Equipment Ernemann

Ernemann

35-mm Amateur Equipment Ernemann 1) Cinema camera ernemann CII with Ernemann 1:3,5/50 mm lens, handcrank-operated. - And: 2) American printing box Breddey by Walter G. Breddey, San Francisco.

Early German Cinematographs, c. 1912

Messters

2 Early German Cinematographs, c. 1912 1) Messters Cinematograph, by Messter/Berlin and Bing/Nuremberg, for magic lantern slides and 35-mm movie films, electrified. - And: 2) Ernemann Kinoptikon, by Ernemann/Dresden, same technical features.

2 Table Cinematographs

Ernemann

2 Table Cinematographs 1) Ernemann Kinoptikon, c. 1918, 35-mm projector and magic lantern. - And: 2) Ica Teddy, c. 1924, 35-mm projector and magic lantern, very rare!

Ernemann 35-mm Movie Projector Kinox I, c. 1920

Ernemann

35-mm Movie Projector Kinox I, c. 1920 German projector by Ernemann/Dresden, handcrank-driven, lens Ernemann 60 mm, complete with 2 spools, drop resistance, lid and the original Ernemann Kinox table.

Ground Glass Cinema Knittel, c. 1923

Knittel

Ground Glass Cinema Knittel, c. 1923 German portable 35-mm projector by Knittel, Dresden, also called Ta-Li-Ki Cinema, Meyer Kinon 75-mm lens, handcrank-operated or driven by electric motor (220 V). Hard to find in this complete condition!

US Army War Correspondent Equipment, c. 1950

Moviola

US Army War Correspondent Equipment, c. 1950 1) 35-mm movie camera Bell & Howell 71 MM - USA, three-lens turret by Kinoptik, Paris (1:2/28 mm, 1:2/50 mm, 1:2/75 mm), clockwork-driven. - And: 2) Motor viewing device Moviola by Moviola Manufacturing Hollywood, USA, with owners label Signal Corps U.S. Army Film Viewer.

Early German Cinematographs, c. 1912

Ernemann

2 Early German Cinematographs, c. 1912 1) Messters Cinematograph, by Messter/Berlin and Bing/Nuremberg, for magic lantern slides and 35-mm movie films, electrified. - And: 2) Ernemann Kinoptikon, by Ernemann/Dresden, same technical features.

2 Table Cinematographs

Ica Teddy

2 Table Cinematographs 1) Ernemann Kinoptikon, c. 1918, 35-mm projector and magic lantern. - And: 2) Ica Teddy, c. 1924, 35-mm projector and magic lantern, very rare!

3 Table Kinemathographs

Ernemann

3 Table Kinemathographs 1) Ernemann Kinoptikon, c. 1919, for 35-mm film and lantern slides. - 2) Alef Vokin, c. 1930. - And: 3) Bing Kino, c. 1930, Bing Werke, Nuremberg.

3 Table Kinemathographs

Alef

3 Table Kinemathographs 1) Ernemann Kinoptikon, c. 1919, for 35-mm film and lantern slides. - 2) Alef Vokin, c. 1930. - And: 3) Bing Kino, c. 1930, Bing Werke, Nuremberg.

3 Table Kinemathographs

Bing

3 Table Kinemathographs 1) Ernemann Kinoptikon, c. 1919, for 35-mm film and lantern slides. - 2) Alef Vokin, c. 1930. - And: 3) Bing Kino, c. 1930, Bing Werke, Nuremberg.

Fairground Cinematograph Graziola, c. 1915

Fairground

Fairground Cinematograph Graziola, c. 1915 Unmarked. 35-mm table projector, Meyer Kinon 75-mm lens.

35 Private Stereo Dias mit betrachter 60er Jahre

Unknown

35 Private Stereo Dias mit betrachter 60er Jahre

35mm Movie Camera Akeley c. 1916

Akeley

35mm Movie Camera Akeley c. 1916

35mm Movie Camera Debrie Interview, c. 1914

Debrie

35mm Movie Camera Debrie Interview, c. 1914

1914

35mm Movie Camera Ernemann C II, c. 1914

Unknown

35mm Movie Camera Ernemann C II, c. 1914

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