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Edison's Invention Of The Kineto-Phonograph

Dickson, Antonia and W. K. L. Dickson / Thomas Edison

Published by The Century Company, 1894
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10pp, printed in double columns, illustrated with photographs including a facsimile hand-written note from Edison, a portrait of Edison among his instruments, and kinetoscopic views including The Fencer, Hear Me Norma, and The Barber Shop, salvaged from a damaged issue of Century Magazine, Volume 48, No. 2, June, 1948. An important piece of theatrical and invention science as it was Edison's machine that was the precursor to the modern movie projector. Housed in protective mylar report cover with spine sleeve. Scarce. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: Edison's Invention Of The Kineto-Phonograph
Publisher: The Century Company
Publication Date: 1894
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: Very Good

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Dickson, Antonia and W. K. L. Dickson / Thomas Edison
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Book Description The Century Company, NY, 1894. Soft cover. Book Condition: VG. 10pp, printed in double columns, illustrated with photographs including a facsimile hand-written note from Edison, a portrait of Edison among his instruments, and kinetoscopic views including The Fencer, Hear Me Norma, and The Barber Shop, salvaged from a damaged issue of Century Magazine, Volume 48, No. 2, June, 1948. An important piece of theatrical and invention science as it was Edison's machine that was the precursor to the modern movie projector. Housed in protective mylar report cover with spine sleeve. Scarce. Bookseller Inventory # 019254

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Dickson, Antonia and W. K. L. Dickson / Thomas Edison
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Book Description The Century Company, NY, 1894. Soft cover. Book Condition: Good. Entire issue, in original wraps, light general wear and soiling, top outer corner of front wrap chipped away about one inch, spine chipped at ends and occasionally along its length, cover generally bright and clean with small mailing label. Article is 10 pages, printed in double columns, and includes illustrations such as a facsimile hand-written note from Edison, a portrait of Edison among his instruments, and kinetoscopic views including The Fencer, Hear Me Norma, and The Barber Shop. An important piece of theatrical and invention science as it was Edison's machine that was the precursor to the modern movie projector. Housed in archival bag with stiff backing. Very scarce. Bookseller Inventory # 016660

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EDISON, Thomas A.] DICKSON, Antonia & W. K. L.
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Book Description Privately Printed at the Pueblo Press, Los Angeles, 1939. With an Introduction by Charles G. Clarke. 18 pp. Illustrated. 4tp. publisherís buckram-backed boards with printed paper label, in glassine wrapper. First edition; No. 202 of 250 copies. A light dampstain affects the bottom margin of some leaves, the front board, and the glassine; otherwise a nice copy. With a facsimile "Zoetrope or Magic Panorama" laid into pocket at rear, with directions for use. Bookseller Inventory # 29763

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