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I am offering this preserved in Museum World Fair 35mm projector for best offer.

I also have a Mitchell grandeur 70mm NEW!
And a 1920 Holmes 35mm movie projector, SHOW! NEW condition!

Circa 1932 Simplex-Acme 35mm motion picture projector. This particular example is very unique because of its condition as well as its history.
The projector is one of two that were purchased new by the Chicago Museum of Science and Industry. They were installed in a large auditorium for their grand opening which coincided with the 1933 Century of Progress Exposition.

They were in occasional light service for a few short years (probably only during the World’s Fair) and were eventually put into a storage room in the auditorium. There they sat untouched climate controlled comfort for the next 50+ years.

In the late 1980s two collectors discovered them. Amazed by their pristine condition they began to inquire about purchasing them. For many years the museum refused to sell, but after more than 10 years of repeated attempts they finally succeeded in purchasing them. The two men split the purchase and each of them took one projector home for their collection.



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Anyone familiar with commercial theater projectors will immediately realize how rare and special this machine truly is. The condition is second to none. There are none of the signs of general wear and tear that you ALWAYS find on this type of equipment. Normally something like this would have been installed in a commercial movie theatre where it would have been in daily use for at least 30 years. During the course of normal operation it would have received numerous scratches and the paint would be worn down to the metal around all of the knobs and latches. Questionable repairs and even modifications would have been made by the projectionist and other semi-qualified technicians. Original screws and hardware would have been marred by dull screwdrivers and worn out pliers. Fragile water transfer decals would have been worn away. Glass panels would have been cracked. The gun metal finish on the arc lamp would have turned brown with rust due to humidity.

To say that this projector is an exception to the norm is a vast understatement. Finding such a machine in reasonably good complete condition is a difficult task. To find one that has seen almost no use and spent its entire life in a climate controlled museum is something that happens once in a lifetime (if you’re lucky).

The overall length of the projector is 64’’ This is measuring from the back of the arc lamp to the front of the lower film magazine. The overall height is 71’’ from the bottom of the cast iron base to the top of the upper film magazine. The main body of the projector is about 12’’ wide. The cast iron base measures 29’’ wide at the widest point.

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