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Magic Lantern/Movie projector around 1900-1905

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Posted 4 years ago

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Cinegraphica
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Newest arrival in my collection.
Rare German magic lantern from Jean Schoenner. Model: Kinematoscope.
Came with original box. Can be used for slides and film. Maltese cross mechanism.

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  1. DMK678 DMK678, 4 years ago
    Man I love this site!........Magic lantern?? What!!!!????
    Too much cool stuff.
    So much to see.
    So much to learn.
    Thanks for sharing.
    678.
  2. savethetoys savethetoys, 4 years ago
    What a unique fantastic piece! Love it!
  3. Roger MAUDHUIT, 3 years ago
    Cette lanterne est vraiment MAGIQUE.
    Bravo, pour la trouvaille.
    ROGER
  4. Shawnl86 Shawnl86, 3 years ago
    Excellent Piece!
  5. Lee Sayer, 3 years ago
    Hi Cindagraphia: In the 1900 Sears catalog is a few pages listed of "magic lantern" great source for info.The original catalog is difficult to find,have seen some dvd's and also some reproductions that look good.
  6. Jack Auer, 3 years ago
    I have a very old kerosene slide projector with several slides. I beliece it might be called a "Magic Lantern". This belonged to my great grandmother. I am 75 so it would be well over 100 years old. Could you tell me how to find out what it is worth? I do not have the capability of posting a photo on the web but I will gladly send a photo via US Mail.

    Would appreciate any advice. Thank you.

    Jack

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