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Images of a demonstration of the fastest colour film processing equipment in the world newly acquired by Fotobar (Jersey) Limited at 23 Bath Street. Images G and H show Fotobar directors Martin Coleman, James Ship, Horst Kundigar and Edward Davoren examining the print quality with production manager Peter Bryant [second from right] [from JEP 08/06/1981 p 5].

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Reference L/A/75/A3/6/7739
Date 5 June 1981
Names Bryant, Peter
Coleman, Martin
Davoren, Edward
Kundigar, Horst
Ship, James
Fotobar (Jersey) Limited
Keywords directors | Film | Photography | Printing | Technology
Category L/A-Businesses
Places 23, Bath Street
Dimensions 8 35mm negative
Language English
Level of description File
Access restrictions Closed for preservation. Please view digital image.
Closed until 2100
Photographer Ron Mayne
JEP Photographic Job Number 1981/7739.

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Images of a demonstration of the fastest colour film processing equipment in the world newly acquired by Fotobar (Jersey) Limited at 23 Bath Street. Images G and H show Fotobar directors Martin Coleman, James Ship, Horst Kundigar and Edward Davoren examining the print quality with production manager Peter Bryant (second from right) (from JEP 08/06/1981 p 5).
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