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Photographica & Camera

Special Auction Services Live Webcast Auction 20 Oct 2020 10:00 BST

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NEWBURY, Berkshire

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  • Plenty Close
  • Off Hambridge Road
  • NEWBURY
  • Berkshire
  • RG14 5RL
  • United Kingdom

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Currency: GBP
Buyer's premium Inc. VAT/sales tax: 24.00%
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Pathéorama 35mm Film Strip Viewers, composition bodies - black crackle finish, French instructions, in maker's box, gloss finish, lacking lens and...

A late 19th Century Newton & Co lacquered brass Projecting Kaleidoscope Lens body for a Magic Lantern, A C & F Darker Patent model, engraved 'Newt...

An early 20th Century tinplate Kaleidoscope, with embossed simulated basketwork body-tube, 210mm long, F-G; two cylindrical period cases; and mod...

A mid-19th Century brass Brewster-type Kaleidoscope, with one non-detachable rotating object cell, with front end cap, 180mm long, F, body tube pr...

An early 20th Century French simulated-leather card 'Le Cinématographe-Jouet'/The Cinématograph-Toy', with eight crank-operated paper 'flicker bo...

An early 20th Century cast-iron simulated-tortoiseshell Hand-Crank Kinora Paper Film-Reel Viewer, with reel no. 70, performing dogs running up an...

A Technicolor Technirama 35mm Motion Picture Camera, black crackle finish on alloy body, stamped 'THE PROPERTY OF TECHNICOLOR LTD ENGLAND CAMERA G...

Cinema Projectionist Film Handling Equipment, including two pairs of 35mm film rewinds, mounted on portable stands, four 35mm spools (one split ty...

A Pathescope 9.5 Vox Sound Cine Projector, two blue/orange Pathe 9.5mm nameplates, lamp, amplifier and 32mm lens present, take-up drive belt only,...

A New Premier Pathescope 28mm Cine Projector, serial no. 3298, circa 1918, made by the Pathescope Company of America, nameplate missing, label UN...

A Power's Cameragraph 35mm Cine Projector Mechanism, serial No 28263 an early (1905-20) projector mechanism for 35mm film, maker's name stamped a...

A 35mm Cine Film Length Measurement Counter for use in projection boxes and editing rooms, early 20th century, unnamed, brass sprocket wheel, roll...

Late 19th to Early 20th Century Bronze or Bronze-Coloured Photographic Award Medals, Paris Exposition Universelle, 1900 (2), Watford (1), Herefor...

Late 19th to Early 20th Century Bronze or Bronze-Coloured Award Medals, Front and Side View of The Great Exhibition' cased novelty (?), gilt-titl...

Late 19th to Early 20th Century Bronze or Bronze-Coloured Photographic Award Plaques, Devonport Camera Club (1), Diamond Jubilee Cross (1), Sheff...

Early 20th Century Silver Photographic Award Plaques by J A Restall Birmingham, Judges Photo Stores, Hastings, 1908 (1), Sefton Park, 1904 (1) an...

Arkinstall & Sons 'Arcadian' Crested China Folding Cameras, crests comprising Felixstowe (2), Worcester, Maidenhead, Hastings, Lulworth, Lewes, S...

German Crested China Folding Cameras, stamped 'Germany 5182', crests comprising Westcliff on Sea, Margate, Bournemouth, Portsmouth (2), Corwen, F...

A Sanger Shepherd & Co 'The Chapman Jones Plate Tester', with instructions, referring to 'Every requisite for the photography of colour', in maker...

British Film Copy-Typescripts, produced and unproduced - Tai-Pan, Nigel Kneale, 1969; The Shadow of a Gunman, Michael Hayes, 1968; Macbeth, signed...

Peace and Love, written and directed by Agnes Varda, 1967, unproduced, Some of Your Blood, Kingsley Amis, 1967, unproduced, Ten Days Wonder, writ...

film copy-typescripts - Clive Exton, first draft, April 1970, bindings corroded away (2) and release script, November 1970, cover loose, staple c...

King Lear 1971 film directed by Peter Brook, silver print 10in x 8in production and behind-the-scenes stills, cast including Paul Scofield, Cyril...

A mid-20th Century painted wood Film Production Clapperboard, heavily used, no film production details remaining on front, cloth sticking plaster ...

Charlie Chaplin Memorabilia, period - Paragon China cup with cartoon of Charlie and 'Charlie Salutes' (1), My Wonderful Visit, Chaplin, C, Hurst a...

German Ceramic Fairings of Photographic Interest, spill vases, red devil with camera - with milkmaid (2), guitar player (1), G, and cameraman in ...

German and Japanese Ceramic Fairings of Photographic Interest, masked frog in shell, with frog camera operator, Hummel boy with camera, a.f., and...

German Goebel Bookend Fairings of Photographic Interest, seated small girls back to back, one in red hat with camera, the other with yellow hat a...

Late 18th and early 19th Century Metal Spectacles, circular lenses - iron, with ovoid ribbon rings, one side missing (1), brass, turnpin sides wi...

Early 19th Century Silver Spectacles, circular lenses, sliding sides, stamped 'Paris Christals', Birmingham, bridge probably re-worked to partial...

Early 19th Century Silvered Metal Spectacles, circular lenses, stamped 'Pebbles' and 'London' across both sides (1), oval lenses, protective blu...

Early 19th Century Silver Spectacles, oval lenses - double-folding sides, one side engraved 'W.E.B' (1), turnpin sides (1), steel lidded case (1)...

Early 19th Century Protective Spectacles, silver, oval lenses, green glass, sliding sides (1), brass, oval lenses with hinged side visors, green ...

Early 19th Century Horn or Tortoiseshell Spectacles, circular lenses - short sides (1), sliding metal sides (1), short sides, one lens loose (1),...

Mid-19th Century Protective Spectacles, blued steel (4), with mesh stone breaker's (1), with other later (2) and attachable (1), F-G (8)

Mid-19th Century Protective Spectacles, D-shaped, with side visors, cylinder bridges - blued steel (2), plated metal (1), with case (1), G (4)

Mid- to late-19th Century Spectacles, steel, plated and gold-coloured (6), top-hinged double-front (1), various cases, including chatelaine-type ...

Early 18th Century Nuremberg Single-Wire Reading Glasses or Magnifiers, nipped-edge lenses, 53mm and 48mm diam., in red pasteboard cases, G, one ...

An Early 18th Century Nuremberg Single-Wire Reading Glass or Magnifier, with nipped-edge lens,bluish tint, 65mm diam., in pasteboard case, G (1)

19th Century Quizzing Glasses or Magnifiers, various materials (6), with folding guard (1) and triple-lens pocket magnifier (1), F-G (8)

Mid-19th Century Metal Folding Spectacles, Carpenter & Westley gold-coloured metal, engraved on underside of bridge 'Carpenter & Westley, 24 Rege...

Various Items of Spectacles Interest, Hints on Spectacles', Acland, W, 10th Ed, Horne and Thornthwaite, 1870s, Henry Pearce invoice, 1889, extra...

An early 19th Century Claude Glass, clear double-concave oval glass, in fitted fishskin case with black-painted interior to lower part of case, 85...

19th Century Polyscope Kaleidoscopic or Fly's Eye Viewers, wooden German transfer-print of waterfall (1), brass (1), horn (1), bone (1), wood (2),...

19th Century Pocket Viewers, Coddington-type - bone (2), vest-pocket silver metal, one in F J West case (2), bone Stanhopes - John Benjamin Dancer...

19th Century Pocket Microscopes, cylindrical pocket microscope, in pasteboard case (1), simple lens set in brass in horn mount (1), simulated fis...

A Mahogany Simple Microscope, probably home-made, of rectangular form, with two objectives, with pivoting apertures, simple stage, removable limb...

A 19th Century Demonstrational Prism, in lacquered brass ball mount, with thread, 160mm long, F, lacks stand (1), with various prisms (8), F-G (...

Late 19th Century Topographical Stereoscopic Glass Diapositives, commercial, European, mainly French, with some Austria and Switzerland (28); with...

ANNOUNCEMENT- the two seascapes are not by Breese and one is labelled John HarmerLate 19th Century Topographical Stereoscopic Glass Diapositives, ...

A mid-19th Century mahogany Stereoscopic Daguerreotype and Ambrotype Storage Box, to accommodate thirty-one images, with further space in hinged l...

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