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Cinematograph Gallery

Available as Prints and Gift Items

Choose from 12 pictures in our Cinematograph collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Advert for Parkins and Gotto electrical novelties 1906
Advert for Parkins and Gotto electrical novelties 1906
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Soldier filming in trench 1916
Soldier filming in trench 1916
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Montagu Pyke
Montagu Pyke
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Reynaud Projecting Zootrope
Reynaud Projecting Zootrope
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Travelling cinematograph with Austrian army, WW1
Travelling cinematograph with Austrian army, WW1
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Filming the 1937 Coronation
Filming the 1937 Coronation
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Jje Lenoir/Figuier Eng
Jje Lenoir/Figuier Eng
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The first Lumiere cinematograph invented in 1894
The first Lumiere cinematograph invented in 1894
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Lumieres Cinematograph
Lumieres Cinematograph
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Lumiere at 1900 Expo
Lumiere at 1900 Expo
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Miming a gesture, the method of registering sunshine, posed
Miming a gesture, the method of registering sunshine, posed
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Lumiere Cinematograph
Lumiere Cinematograph
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Filming the 1937 Coronation Featured Image

Filming the 1937 Coronation

A diagrammatic drawing by Douglas Macpherson of the window constructed behind the tomb of St Aymer de Valence in the Abbey sanctuary and looking in on the Coronation theatre where the crowning of King George VI took place. Through this, the cinematograph operators obtained their record of the ceremony having an almost perfect position for their work but at the same time being almost completely hidden from view. The chamber was rendered sound-proof by plate glass in the slot window and by padding the walls. Date: 1937

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans