iAuctionShop engaged to market historically important Newman & Sinclair cine camera
SANDBACH, CHESHIRE, UK / June 1 2008. iAuctionShop Ltd has been engaged by one of its clients to market a historically important Newman and Sinclair 35mm cine camera. It comes in working order and complete with three lenses, filters, original tripod and fitted case plus four additional magazines again in a fitted case.
Each main part is matched by serial number, (766). This was bought by an Edinburgh photographic dealer from the now-defunct Ferranti plc where it was employed in their film department.
Items included in kit:
Newman & Sinclair cameras were the choice of professional filmmakers all over the world. One accompanied Sir Edmund Hillary on his ascent of Everest and Stanley Kubrick famously used four during the filming of A Clockwork Orange. Their unusual twin clockwork motors allowed a full 200 feet magazine to be filmed from a single wind.
iAuctionShop Ltd welcomes any inspection by appointment by interested parties including collectors and museums in advance of its being offered by public auction sometime during 2008 or 2009. Appointments can be made by telephone during normal UK business hours on 01270 767158, (UK), +44 1270 767158, (international), or by emailing email@example.com
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iAuctionShop also markets items on behalf of a large number of clients. Notable sales have been cú6,200 for a Faberge vesta case, cú4,700 for a small collection of vintage Leica cameras and cú2,000 for a historically important Nagra IIc tape recorder.
Simon Russell / Director / 01 June 2008 / Cheshire, UK