The Revival Auction Company is Offering Several Interesting and Rare Photographic Items in the December 28, 2013 Auction — Cameras, Lenses and Accessories

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Photographic items include a rare, unrestored Urban Spirograph motion projector, complete with many original viewing disks. Few examples still exist, and one example currently resides in the Simithsonian Institution.

The Revival Auction Company will offer 66 lots of Leica, Nikon, and other collectibles on December 28, 2013. The Urban Spirograph will be be the featured item. This rare motion projector will be offered with 88 original disks, and several duplicates. Very few remaining examples exist today.

Leica accessories include a very rare TOWIN stereo kit complete with 2 Leica IIIf's, an early, rare Leica display stand and a Leica remote release OOFRC in box. Cameras include a Leica M6J with matching 50mm Elmar f2.8 Chrome, a Leica 250 Reporter ever ready case and cassettes and Leica IIIa Nr. 184480 owned by Time-Life publisher Henry Luce, with 50mm Summar f2, 90mm Elmar f4 Nr. 756657, Universal Finder VIDOM, and Micro-Ibso microscope accessory. A color catalog is available online at http://www.revivalauctions.com.

Bidding will be on-line. Registration and bidding instructions are available at http://www.proxibid.com/revivalauctions.

Contact revival Auctions at
– revivalauctions(at)att(dot)net
– 203-269-0569
– on website http://www.revivalauctions.com

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