RAF CINETRA 35mm Camera Magazines for Vulcan Bomber
RAF CINETRA 35mm Camera Magazines for Vulcan Bomber
RAF CINETRA 35mm Camera Magazines for Vulcan Bomber
RAF CINETRA 35mm Camera Magazines for Vulcan Bomber
RAF CINETRA 35mm Camera Magazines for Vulcan Bomber
Vintage RAF CINETRA 35mm Camera Magazines for Vulcan Bomber
Vintage RAF CINETRA 35mm Camera Magazines for Vulcan Bomber
Vintage RAF CINETRA 35mm Camera Magazines for Vulcan Bomber
Vintage RAF CINETRA 35mm Camera Magazines for Vulcan Bomber
Vintage RAF CINETRA 35mm Camera Magazines for Vulcan Bomber
Vintage RAF CINETRA 35mm Camera Magazines for Vulcan Bomber
Vintage RAF CINETRA 35mm Camera Magazines for Vulcan Bomber

    Vintage RAF CINETRA 35mm Camera Magazines for Vulcan Bomber

    £44.95
      DESCRIPTION


      '1 Pair Magazines for CINETRA 35m/m Camera'


      An original pair of 400ft. Magazines for a 35mm Continuous camera. Including original wooden transport case and internal padding.


      Dated to the 1950s and 1960s. This equipment was manufactured in very small batches for use by the British Armed Forces and was utilised in the Avro Vulcan bomber for aerial reconnaissance during the Cold War.


      The magazines, wooden case, and packaging materials are in good condition for their age (over 70 years old); with signs of use and general wear. The internal packaging has become slightly degraded, hinges and screws have some rust and corrosion which do not affect the functionality of the parts. Please view the photographs closely to view the typical condition these sets are in.


      All parts have quite a lot of dust and dirt from storage and require a good clean, but can be restored to their original condition and would be an excellent addition to any collection or display of Cold War relics. Here's your chance to own a rare in-tact piece of reconnaissance equipment used in a real spy plane.


      Total weight 11 Kg


      If you have any questions please do not hesitate to ask.

       

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