St. Dennistoun Mortuary Automaton - Skinner Auctioneers & Appraisers (by skinnerauctions)
"St. Dennistoun Mortuary" is a coin-operated automaton, attributed to John Dennison, c. 1900. The mahogany cabinet and glazed viewing area displays a Greek Revival mortuary building with double doors and grieving mourners out front. When a coin is inserted, doors open and the room is lighted revealing four morticians and four poor souls on embalming tables. The morticians move as if busily at work on their grisly task and mourners standing outside bob their heads as if sobbing in grief
Mission Patch from Interstellar
All those in attendance at Paramount Pictures’ panel at SDCC (24/07/2014) received a ticket redeemable for a prize.The prize? A replica of the space exploration patch worn in the film! All aboard ENDURANCE yo.
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