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Cinematic Machinery Collection of Soterios Gardiakos

  • Anonymous #1, antique Mahogany and brass magic lantern, ca 1900.
  • Anonymous #2, mint state stereopticon from the 1920’s.
  • Anonymous #3, large antique wood and metal magic lantern or enlarger.
  • Bausch & Lomb type 41-23-82, serial number 1372.
  • Bausch & Lomb Magic lantern, Label eradicated. Cast Iron legs, condenser lens missing.
  • Bausch & Lomb Dissolving Balopticon model BB. Double lens.
  • Bausch & Lomb Model C Balopticon, Serial number 10539.
  • Bausch & Lomb, Serial No. 34494, complete.
  • Beseler model 3610, large gray metal magic lantern, serial number Y-91933.
  • Best Device Company 500.
  • Colt, Very early model.
  • Colt, of the type used to light the early Phantoscope and Vitascope.
  • Comtoir General de photographie, Le, (In Greece).
  • Delineascope.
  • Ernst Planck., small toy magic lantern, restored.
  • Ernst Planck., Small toy magic lantern, no model or Serial number.
  • J.S. (JEAN SCHOENNER) toy magic lantern in original wooden box with 3 1/8 X 9 ¼ inch slides.
  • McIntosh, No model number or serial number.
  • Newton & Co., Opticians, London. Magic lantern.
  • Picture Recording Company. Professional grade movie house automatic forward slide projector.
  • Victor Model 2, stereopticon on original tripod, serial number 1303.
  • Victor Model 2, tabletop, serial number 10922.

TOTAL 22 magic lanterns in my collection