TWO LOOSE TOOLS Briskin 8mm Movie Camera Lamp
This beautiful and unique Keystone Olympic K-35 8mm Movie Camera Lamp was handmade in Southern California by Two Loose Tools. Please remember that this is a vintage item that has been used, loved and has its own history – flaws and all, and make up part of the description. Each item is vintage which means they are older than most of us!
About the camera:
Founded in 1920 in Chicago, Illinois. Built for Excel – and designed by Alfred S. Alschulers. They started making budget 8 mm movie cameras in 1939 through a subsidiary run by Briskin’s sons. Later changing its name to Revere Camera Co. The Revere name is taken from the Revere Copper Company, which provided financial backing for Excel during the depression. In the 1950s, the company was the second largest manufacturer of small movie cameras in the United States.
16” H x 6.5” W x 6.5” D
• Two useful USB ports
• Vintage Lamp Socket with Ceramic Shell, Standard Light Holder for Edison Pendant Bulb
• LED Filament Bulb E26 Candelabra Medium Base 2700K Warm White, LVWIT 5.5W(40W Equivalent)
|Dimensions||17 × 5 × 5 in|
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