Antique 1920's Pathex Pathe Baby 9.5mm Projector. PLEASE READ THE FULL DESCRIPTION.Needs Repair, but is in very nice shape and comes with all kinds of accessories. It includes 24 reels of film! Some are factory recorded movies, and some are home videos dated from the late 1920's.
Charlie Chase in Just A Real Good Car. Our Gang in Mysterious Mystery.
A short roll with a Wellington Hotel envelope. It comes with a hard case and owners manuals. It also includes the old Pathex machine oil glass bottles and Pathex film splicer. This one has a seized and cracked flywheel. It won't turn with the hand crank.It also needs new belts (which is expected of a 100 year old machine). The motor is working and spins properly. Cosmetically, it is in very nice condition, with only very minimal wear to the finish. The glass is in very nice shape. It is something that would be great to restore and get working again! History of the Pathé Baby. This hand crank projector from the 1920's, made by Pathex, is one of the earliest home projectors available. A decade before 8mm came around, Pathé (a French company) created a 9.5mm film. It remained the smallest compact format until Kodak introduced its 8mm film in the 1930's. In 1922, Pathe' launched the Pathé-Baby, a small projector designed for the home market. This item is in the category "Cameras & Photo\Vintage Movie & Photography\Vintage Projectors & Screens". The seller is "matthewl3642" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States.