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Vintage Cinema Equipment

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Original 1930's ODEON Cinema Sign (Over 20ft Long)

1930's/40's  Cinema Seats

 

Up to 40 available in several different styles

 

1930's/40's  Cinema Exit Signs

 

 

1940's  35mm Cinema Projector With R.C.A Sound head

 

 

R.C.A Photophone

High Fidelity Cinema Sound System

 

Circa: Late 1940's - Early 1980's

 

 

The Photophone system was one of only a handful of sound reproduction systems that were licenced to be used in cinemas. To this day the amplifiers and speakers of those early days are regarded as some of the best sound equipment ever made due to their rich and full range tone.

 

 

Projectionist's Telephone

 

 

Foyer Film Classification Sign

 

 

Foyer Wall Plaque

 

 

 

Projectionist's Spares Cabinet

 

 

Projectionist's Monitor Speaker

 

 

Projectionist's Monitor Speaker Amplifier

 

 

Main Auditorium Amplifier

 

 

Projector "Change Over" Switch And Volume Control

 

 

Strand Lighting Dimmer Rack

 

Circa: Late 1950's - Early 1980s

 

You know your in your seat and the lights go down in the auditorium , then they fade down on the curtain before the film starts.......well this is the thing that does it.

 

 

Western Electric "Non-Sync" Twin Turntables

 

 

Circa: Early 1940's - Early 1970's

 

Used to play music during intervals or whilst people are finding their seats before the film starts.

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More to come, please visit again soon.....

 

 

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