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    Posted 11 years ago

    Cinegraphica
    (16 items)

    This is an American 35mm movie projector from the 1920's. The manufacturer is Cummings. The model is 'The Professional Model'.
    Light source is missing, but mechanism turns fine.

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    1. Jill P., 11 years ago
      This projector looks really cool!! I am very interested in finding out more information about this! has it been restored at all? Please if you can email me back with any info you have on this item!! Thank u!!
    2. Cinegraphica Cinegraphica, 10 years ago
      Hi, it hasn't been restorde in anty way. I haven't got much information about this projector except that Cummings was an American manufacturer and that it dates from the 1920's.
    3. JDimmock, 10 years ago
      I that the original base? What does the placard say?

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