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Keith Wilson
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From: England
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Looking for a Carpenter 16mm sound projector

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Maurice Leakey
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From: Bristol. United Kingdom
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Keith
Don't forget that this is a three-part unit. Projector. Speaker. Transformer.
Now, rather old, it was introduced in the late 40s by Carpenter & Richardson, London NW10, it was very similar to the American "Natco".
It had the unusual distinction of being left handed. It was gear driven and had two motors.
I haven't seen one for over fifty years, it is not a model in my collection.
https://www.worthpoint.com/worthopedia/carpenter-16mm-sound-projector-279054198

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Ken Finch
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From: Herne Bay, Kent. U.K.
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The last time I saw one of these was when I was at secondary school , Charlton Central, Woolwich Road, London. in 1946! Yes it was a very heavy beast in 3 parts. Perhaps it was part of a contract supplier for the London County Council or just a one off purchase. The silent versions were at one time being sold off with GBL 516's
By Harringey Photographic if I remember rightly. Advertised in the old A.C.W. magazine.Ken Finch.

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