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Kinemacolor 35mm Cine Camera

c1910 This 35mm Kinemacolor cine-camera has a wooden case with a hinged side opening. It was made by Moy & Bastie. Kinemacolor was developed by George Albert Smith and was the first commercially viable colour film technique.

Postcard

20th Century This photographic postcard is of the actor and musician Auguste van Bienne. Bienne appeared in Esme Collings' 1896 film, The Broken Melody.

Postcard

20th Century This photographic postcard is of the actor and musician Auguste van Bienne. Bienne appeared in Esme Collings' 1896 film, The Broken Melody. The postcard is dated on the reverse, 'Nov. the 17th, 1906'.

Postcard

c1905 This black and white photographic postcard shows the exterior of Brighton Aquarium. The film pioneer George Albert Smith often performed at the Aquarium as a hypnotist or magic lanternist.

Postcard

This coloured postcard shows the exterior of Brighton Aquarium. The film pioneer George Albert Smith often performed at the Aquarium as a hypnotist or magic lanternist.

In the Tunnel

Early 20th Century This colour postcard shows a couple kissing on a train. It is entitled 'In the Tunnel'. The scene is reminiscient of George Albert Smith's 1900 film 'Kiss in the Tunnel'.

Youthful Impudence

Early 20th Century This black and white postcard shows a couple kissing on a train and a jeering boy. It is entitled, 'Youthful Impudence'. The scene is reminiscent of George Albert Smith's 1900 film 'Kiss in the Tunnel'.

Picture Palace, Southport

Early 20th Century This colour postcard shows the Picture Palace in Southport advertising Kinemacolor. It is part of the Valentine's Series. Kinemacolor was developed by George Albert Smith and was the first colour film technique that was commercially viable.

Photographic Print

c1910 This photographic print shows the Duke of York's cinema in Preston Circus, Brighton. It is a view east of the front of the cinema. A woman can be seen examining a poster by the entrance. The Duke of York opened in September 1910. It was owned by a former

H M The King's Ivestiture

Photomechanical print of the King talking with Colonel Macleod and Colonel Freyer, taken from a Cinematic Film. Printed on a page of the book entitled 'Indian Military Hospital Royal Pavilion Brighton 1914 - 1915. A short history in English, Gurrukish and

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