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Offered for sale is a Vintage Working DeJur 8mm Projector Model 750 with Case, Manual and Oil.The manual is copyright 1948. The cord is very brittle. We plugged this in and it worked but we plugged it in only long enough to determine that the bulb works and the motor runs. It definitely needs a new cord before it is safe to watch movies with.Includes the projector, the power cord and a 7.25" x 7.25" cardboard box containing an oil can, a brush, two original inspection tags a registry card (serial number 66373) the DeJur 8mm projection manual (revised), and a sales flyer featuring Brumberger fine photo equipment (Brooklyn, New York).The wooden case measures 12.5" wide x 8" deep x 15" high.Please view the photos and message us with questions.
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The American Legion is an organization comprised of veterans committed to serving veterans, their families, and their communities. Willis-Chapel Post 306 was chartered in 1929. There are nearly 350 members in our American Legion family in the small town of Green Lake, Wisconsin, home to less than 1,000 residents.