TWO LOOSE TOOLS Revere 8mm Movie Camera Lamp (1940’s)


“The Revere takes the clearest and steadiest home movies you have ever seen. Its advanced design (pocket size), its exclusive automatic film-threading sprocket, five speeds (including slow motion), precision construction, and many other proven features make Revere the outstanding value of 8mm movie cameras.”
–Advertisement for the Revere Model 88 camera, 1941

By the early 1950s, Revere employed 1,500 workers at two major Chicago plants (320 E. 21st Street, 221 E. Cullerton Street), and its production had expanded into electric drills, tape recorders, and other electronics. Sam Briskin’s aggressive advertising strategies, acquisitions, and pricing schemes had established an unlikely dynasty, but it was his son Ted Briskin—Revere’s young playboy president—who was always generating more of the headlines.

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16.25” h x 6” w x 6” d (appx.)


• Useful USB ports. The base of this decorative table lamp contains dual easy access 5v/2a USB ports. (Functions when the lamp is on.)
• LED Filament Bulb E26 Candelabra Medium Base 2700K Warm White, LVWIT 5.5W(40W Equivalent)

Additional information

Weight 2.9 lbs
Dimensions 16.25 × 6 × 6 in


Lighting Type

Table Lamp


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