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J P Printers
Oriental Offset & Litho Works
Thornton-Pickard Manufacturing Company
Place of origin
Poster for the Indian film Paying Guest, 1957, directed by Subodh Mukherji and starring Dev Anand and Nutan. Printed by Oriental Offset & Litho Works, Bombay.
Thornton-Pickard 'Amber' camera with three blockform double darkslides. Sold by Sands, Hunter & Co. Stand camera for 4 3/4 x 6 1/2 inch plates. Ensign Anastigmat lens, Series VIIN No 3, f/7.7-32, Serial No 171064. Thornton-Pickard roller blind Time & Inst shutter /15/40/90/T. Rack and pinion focusing on back and front, double extension. Swing back. Swing out focusing screen (glass missing). Reversible back. Pendulum and spirit levels. Sliding rising front. Serial No 7432F. With 3 blockform double darkslides.
Thornton-Pickard Amber camera
Box opening up to z-shaped retouching desk, with cloth sides. Adjustable negative holder for sizes up to 12x10 inches. Drawer (jammed) for pencils etc.
Carte-de-visite, portrait head of man with full beard. Mounted on card of Appleton & Co., Bradford; photograph stamped with studio name
Carte-de-visite, portrait head of man with full beard
Poster for the Indian film Mother India, 1953. Printed by J P Printers, Delhi.
Cardboard box containing a small glass tube for retouching medium, a small glass tube for Kodak spotting medium, a small brush, a venus HB drawing pencil with adjustable lead and a cardboard tube with 3 spare leads. Kodak Limited.
Kodak retouching outfit for negatives
Leitz "Focomat 1" Automatic enlarger with printing board, c. 1938.
Leitz 'Focomat 1' Automatic enlarger with printing board, c 1938
Kodak retouching outfit for negatives. It has a retailers label with details of Hoare the camera people Derby. HB refillable pencil (Johann Faber) with wooden tube containing five spare leads; in original box.
Kodak Retouching outfit for negatives
Kalee GK40 35mm projectors and associated equipment. Previously used at the British Telecom Technical College in Stone, Staffordshire. Serial No 40453.
Kalee GK40 35mm cinema projector, c 1957