The 122 model Filmo projector, is one of the oldest and best looking of the Bell & Howell line, but there is not much value there $ 25.00 $35.00 on ebay, a great display item, just no real monetary value.
need to know what its worth
The value is what you can get for it, as with any used item.
No, Back in the future is not in his filmo.
Both are translated as filmo.
The market will set a rate based on condition and demand. Slide by eBay and see if any are listed. Many (if not most) second hand dealers, antique stores, pawn shops and the like use eBay all the time to price stuff. ...and they would be making a mistake to do so. Ebay is not necessarily the ideal price guide for collectibles. It is reliable as a wholesale price guide for some things, and leads the market for others, so is useful as a pricing source only if you already know something about the broader market for items you are searching. Be aware also that if you use eBay for pricing, only completed sales have any meaning. Unsold asking prices are meaningless, as they are often based on wishful thinking or simple ignorance. The Filmo 75 usually has a general value range of around $150-$180, assuming it's in clean condition and functional. Condition is very important. Exceptionally clean condition may bring more, and any damage will reduce the value substantially.
Depending on the condition and if it is Nickel or Blue, with original box, they sell from $600-$900 in good to excellent shape.
Depends on rarity (how many were produced overall) and current condition (original parts no damage). A 1920's in excellent, original condition could fetch you about $100k.
Sweet Sixteens, whether Belgian or Japanese, in original excellent condition, are bringing over $1000.
They were made between 1962 to 1976. It Excellent condition it would be worth between $90 and $110 plus 15% for the box.
1924. If in original, excellent condition, possibly as much as $800.
Average model- about $500. Some scarce models of the Woodsman, in excellent condition, would bring twice that.
It depends a lot on the condition but if it is the original from around the turn of the century in excellent condition, it should retail for around $50
400 or so
If the WORKING condition is Excellent. What condition is the pistol itself in. Is it also in Excellent condition or average condition
If it is all original and in excellent condition $750-850. In very good condition $550-600.
standard carbine excellent condition $1,000 good condition $700 more if you have original box
The first Bell & Howell camera was produced in 1909. Only eight of the original wooden Bell & Howell cine cameras were produced.
Ihave one in excellent condition, original case, original owner,
Based on the serial number indicating an N frame, your handgun was likely make around 1980. In excellent condition It could be worth between $350 and $495, perhaps on the higher end if it has the original box and manual.
The M-1 was made between 1966-1976. In VG to Excellent condition it is worth between $105-$130. In like new condition it is worth between $130- $150
Value is too difficult to be accurate without seeing the gun. Condition which includes the amount of original finish and original configuration will deterine value. Recommend taking it to a gun shop for appraisal. Gun is in excellent condition