Steelmaking Iron Filmstrips 35mm vintage 8 rolls educational reels celluloid projector film strip date 1950s 1960s school classroom curriculum films, some plastic and some metal tins. Teaching instructional subjects include Steel and the Nation, Money at work in Steel Industry, Raw Materials of Steel, Changing Ores into Metals, Chemistry of Steel, Chemistry of Iron. Some 35 mm movies are in color and some monochrome black and white. Publishers such as Popular Science and Audio Visual Consultation Bureau. Film number 669-123 and 669-124 are duplicates of Chemistry of Steel, and film number 669-125 and 669-126 are duplicates of Chemistry of Iron. Canister tins are about 1 1/2 inches tall. Filmstrip slides are about 1 3/8 inch in width. Unusual collectible vintage still image no sound instructional multimedia once commonly used by teachers along with an audio media such as a 33 RPM record or cassette tape to narrate the filmstrip. I do not have the records or any narration for these filmstrips. Excellent vintage used condition with maybe a small tear and bend here and there. Although they look to be in good shape, I do not have a projector to play these, and they are offered as is as found with no guarantee that they will play correctly or even at all. This lot includes canister # 669-119, 669-120, 669-121, 669-122, 669-123, 669-124, 669-125, 669-126. Check my other store listings for more of these hard to find filmstrips.
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