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PATHEScope 9.5mm film magazines for sale UK

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  • PATHEScope 9.5mm film magazines for sale UK

    Hello all keen 9-5ers!

    I'm going to reduce my 9.5mm film collection a little starting with original printed magazines and brochures as shown in the pictures. These are located in beloved England but I am happy to ship outside tracked at cost.

    Item 1.
    Collection of 6 Pathescope 9.5mm Film and Equipment catalogues dating back to the 1930's. This show lists of available titles and the equipment range of cameras and projectors. £45

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    Item 2.
    A pile of Group 9.5 magazines various dates from 1972 onward including supplements totaling 17 in all. £30

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    Item 3.
    Large collection of PATHESCOPE MONTHLY and 2 Gazettes approaching 60 in all. £70

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    The above is on offer to 8mm forum members and please PERSONAL MESSAGE me to buy. I will answer messages by date received so first come first served

    Location UK and I am happy to ship tracked anywhere but do remember they weigh a bit. UK purchases will be sent Hermes.

    Thank you.

  • #2
    All sold. May have more 9-5 printed material when I venture back to the loft new year.


    • #3
      Wow, that was quick Lee. I am also thinking of pruning down a lot of my cine gear. Sold a lot of Pathescope brochures at Pimlico and Get togethers. I threw away all my copies of A.C.W.s when we moved house 20 years ago. They dated back to 1949!! I just kept a few articles, mainly technical bits. I now think I should sell the Group 9.5 mags and copies of "Flickers". Both date back almost to the beginning! I must also prune my vast collection of films while there is still a market for them. Ken Finch.


      • #4
        Pleased to say they went to a student who someone put in touch doing film research so that is a 100% winner helping them and film.
        Love it when a nice end comes about.