Hollywood 35mm Cement Motion Picture Film Splicer Invented By Fred Griswold In 1920

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Hollywood 35mm Cement Motion Picture Film Splicer Invented By Fred Griswold In 1920

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Hollywood 35mm Cement Motion Picture Film Splicer Invented By Fred Griswold In 1920.

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Offered for your consideration is this relic of film production first patented in 1920.

These were handmade in Port Jefferson NY.

This 35mm cement splicer shows the scars and abuse of editing 35mm film for many decades.

It has been cleaned and glossed but not restored or changed since the day it was new.

Imagine all of the Hollywood film that was spliced on this machine.

A true artifact of Hollywood and of the motion picture industry.

A very rare early example from circa early 20th century and in working condition.

Makes for a great shelf or tabletop or desk display or massive paperweight.

Filmmakers in Hollywood during the 1920’s used this model splicer.

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