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ERNEMANN Kinoptikon 35mm Projektor c1914

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ERNEMANN Kinoptikon 35mm Projektor c1914 org. Karton.

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 Amateur Equipment Ernemann

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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.

2 Table Cinematographs

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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

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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.

Early German Cinematographs, c. 1912

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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.

3 Table Kinemathographs

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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.