SPECIMEN No.18534 Behind the Scenes Collection
CIRCA: 1930s- Introduced in 1934 and this is also the date of the last patent listed on the patent plate.
MATERIALS: Metal, Bakelite, Bell & Howell Increlite Lens .75 inch f/1.6
Electrical power cord, Original Leather Handle Fiberboard Carrying Case & pick-up reel.
CONDITION: Appropriate Weathered Condition for it's age. Has not been tested, power cord needs to be replaced if intentions are to use it. Original metal plates on the movie camera and case with the BH Logo Shield
FUNCTION: Home Movie Projector for the Director that hides inside us.
DISCOVERIES: According to its charter, Bell & Howell Company was incorporated on February 17, 1907 in Wheeling, Illinois. It was duly recorded in the Cook County Record Book eight days later.
FIELD NOTES: Perfect display piece for home theatre, or add to your collection. In 1934, Bell & Howell introduced the first light weight amateur 8-mm movie camera, in which the film was loaded in a cassette that allowed daylight loading and unloading.
LAB NOTES: Oil can, instruction booklet are missing, for safety concerns should be rewired.
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