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Murray multiplex tape transmitter, 1910-1920
Murray multiplex tape transmitter, made by the Reid Brothers, Camden, London, England, 1910-1920
Moy and Bastie 35m Patent Cinematograph Camera
Moy and Bastie Patent 35mm Cinematograph camera, 1909-1910, Patent Number 4534.
Kinemacolor cine camera made by Moy and Bastie to Charles Urban's design
Kinemacolor camera built by Moy & Bastie in 1909 to specification of Charles Urban and G A Smith (crank handle and screws missing). Ross Xpress Patent lens 1:4.5, Serial No 85973.
Fight in Camden Palace Night Club, London
Colour ink jet print on Innova fibre paper by Chris Steele-Perkins: Fight in Camden Palace Night Club, London, from the series The Pleasure Principle.
Set of Mechanical Powers (apparatus for demonstrating principles of mechanics)
Set of Mechanical Powers (apparatus for demonstrating principles of mechanics) by W. Edwards, 40 High Street, Camden Town, London, c. 1860-1870. Complete with fitted box.
New pedestrian barrier at a crossing in Camden Town
Photograph entitled 'New pedestrian barrier at a crossing in Camden Town' by Edward Malindine, 17 March 1935. Gelatin silver print
Moy & Bastie 35mm Cine Camera with Tripod
35mm cine camera with tripod by Moy and Bastie, 1909, Serial No 394.
Moy Electric Gyroscope Kinematograph Camera
Cine camera for 35mm film in internal 220 foot magazines. Lens, viewfinder system missing. Mechanism with electric motor intact. Alternative two pin power connector added. Painted black. Footage and FPS indicators intact. Gyro unit missing. Serial No. 112 Ernest F. Moy.