London, South Kensington
12 March 1992
An Eclair cinematographic outfit comprising a 35mm. metal-body Cameraeclair camera no. 680, brassed fittings, reflex finder, six lens turret with a Taylor-Hobson Cooke anastigmat series 0 2 inch f/2 lens no. 175700, a Cooke Speed Panchro 28mm. f/2.8 lens no. 249580, a Cooke Panchro anastigmat 40mm. f/2.5 lens no. 223544, an Astro GmbH. Pictorial Tachar f/1.8 75mm. lens no. 5051 and a Ross, London Teleros f/5.5 240mm. lens no. 108558, camera backplate engraved Syst. J. Méry. Bté S.G.D.G., in a fitted metal-bound leather case; Eclair electric motor no. 106 in a fitted metal-bound leather case; two handcranks, five Eclair 35mm. camera film magazines, filters and copy instruction booklet, in a fitted metal-bound leather case.
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Ariel (1984), Ariel Cinematographica Register, no. 611.
The camera was made c.1928-1937.
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