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The Collection of Dr. Vincent DeAndrea

Sat, Aug 5, 2023 01:00PM EDT
Lot 1

Home Movie Camera Group

Estimate: $200 - $400

Bid Increments

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$0 $25
$500 $50
$1,000 $100
$3,000 $250
$5,000 $500
Included here are 18 home movie cameras: one Bell & Howell One-Nine 8mm camera (serial # AX90964); two Bell & Howell 252 8mm cameras (serial # E-10681 features a slide open to the film compartment and serial # G36590 features a dial open to the film compartment and an Ednalite BH filter attached to the lens); one Bolex Paillard P1 Zoom Reflex 8mm camera (serial # 914002); one Cine-Kodak Model K 16mm camera (serial # 41.556); one Cine-Kodak Eight Model 20 8mm camera (serial # 59583); one Cine-Kodak Eight Model 25 8mm camera (serial # 59583) with carrying case, carrying strap and instructions; one Elmo 8-L 8mm camera (serial # 813825); one Fujita Eight 8mm camera (serial # 05378); one GAF SS 505 XL Super8 camera with monitor earpiece, microphone attachment and instructions (this piece has some spots of grease on it that we have done our best to remove); one Keystone 8mm Camera Model K-8 (serial # 1006707); one Keystone K-48 Bel-Air 8mm camera (serial # 792160) with instruction manuals in original box; one Kodak Brownie 8mm movie camera; one Revere Magazine Cine 8 Model Seventy-Seven (serial # M-104904); one Revere 8 Magazine Cine Model 40 (serial # K-101124); one Revere Eight "55" Cine Camera (serial # C-5502) with case in original box; one Univex 8mm Cine Camera and one Soviet-era Quartz Zoom 8mm camera with a leather bifold containing six lens filters. Also included is one Elitar Tele for 8mm movie (f: 3.2 / 1 1/2"), one Diamond leather bag that accomodates the Revere 8 Model 40 and a box containing two miscellaneous lens adapters and four additional filters. Largest shipping item is the boxed Revere Eight "55" at 9" wide, 3 1/2" high and 5" deep. All items are untested, may be incomplete and are sold as-is. Keywords: photography, vintage, midcentury, Super 8, 8 mm, 16 mm, motion picture

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