NOT SOLD (BIDDING OVER)
0.00USD+ premiums, taxes, fees & shipping
WAS NOT SOLD, auction date was 2012 May 15 @ 12:00UTC-5 : EST/CDT
In 1915, Universal began promoting their mystery adventure serial "The Broken Coin," by distributing buttons and mirrors to theaters, most made by The Whitehead and Hoag Co. Some, however, were special ordered by theaters with their names imprinted on them, and these were made by the Parisian Novelty Co. of Chicago. This is an example of one of those most rare mirrors from E.A.R. THEATRE on the south side of Chicago. It is 2" in diameter with manufacturer name printed on the edge. The glass is a little spotty, and the celluloid has some darkening, but the image and logo is nice and strong. * This is a great relic from the silent era, from a long lost picture, and a theater long ago demolished.