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eMedals-A Rare 16mm Film Luftwaffe Flight Training

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A Rare 16mm Film Luftwaffe Flight Training



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A Rare 16mm Film Luftwaffe Flight Training

A Rare 16mm Film Luftwaffe Flight Training - Full roll of black and white 16 mm film, with the traditional forest green lead-in before titles appearing in German, followed by the actual movie itself, on a six-spoke reel, the reel maker marked "Neumade" on one side and measuring 16.3 mm wide x 177 mm in diameter. It comes in its silvered tin canister, die-stamped Luftwaffe eagle on the lid, streak of white paint on the side with "560" over "2" in black ink inscribed, canister measuring 26.5 mm x 182 mm, reverse side with circular paper residue from a previously existing label, gilt wear and evidence of surface rust on the canister. The film appears to be viewable with the proper 16 mm projector, as it does not exhibit the "vinegary smell", which usually indicates it that the film is deteriorating. A terrific and rare WWI collectible, extremely fine.
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