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Salvaged Czechoslovakian projectors

Luminaire Reference: 16_2562

Czechoslovakian wall mounted projectors, salvaged from a college, and originally manufactured by Meopta in the 1940s.

Meopta was originally set up in 1933 producing optical lenses, it quickly expanded to producing products like enlargers, cameras and binoculars. They became one of the world's major manufacturers of cinema projectors between 1947 and 1970.

These wall lights comprise of a black aluminium enclosure with the original convex lens. Mounted on a black steel wall bracket they can be adjusted and angled, they would work well to light an object or wall. Manufactures detailing and logo is embossed on the front of the lamp adding a nice detail.

Supplied with a new screw (E27) lamp holder (If you would prefer an E26 lamp holder for US use, just ask).



60 (glass) mm
250 mm


240 mm
95 mm


2.2 kg



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