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Cinematograph (, maker unknown, n.d.)

Nation of origin
unknown
Date of first manufacture
unknown
Examples of this hardware
Cynnagraph (cinematograph, Joseph Levi & Co., n.d.)
Kineoptoscope (cinematograph, Riley Brothers, 1896)
Moto-Photoscope (cinematograph, W.C. Hughes, n.d.)
Photo-Rotoscope (cinematograph, W.C. Hughes, n.d.)
Photo-Rotoscope Peep Show (cinematograph, W.C. Hughes, 1899)
Dimensions

unknown

Production
Original retail price
unknown
References
John Barnes, ‘The Barnes Museum: catalogue excerpts’ in NMLJ 1.2 (February 1979), p. 5
‘Glossary’ in NMLJ 1.1 (April 1978), p. 15
Honore Bostel, ‘The magic lantern: a children's toy’ in NMLJ 1.1 (April 1978), p. 11
‘Magic lantern jigsaw puzzle’ in NMLJ 2.2 (January 1982), p. 15
Derek Jones and Tony Dugdale, ‘Puzzle corner’ in NMLJ 2.3 (January 1983), p. 17
Dennis Crompton and Tony Dugdale, ‘Scene on board’ in NMLJ 2.1 (January 1981), pp. 8-10
Hermann Hecht, ‘Some English magic lantern patents’ in NMLJ 2.2 (January 1982), p. 2
Illustrations in
Dennis Crompton and Tony Dugdale, ‘Scene on board’ in NMLJ 2.1 (January 1981), 8-10
‘Magic lantern jigsaw puzzle’ in NMLJ 2.2 (January 1982), 15
Derek Jones and Tony Dugdale, ‘Puzzle corner’ in NMLJ 2.3 (January 1983), 17
Lucerna ID 2000053

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 13 October 2010

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