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Kenneth Strickfaden Copper Spherical Electrode from Frankenstein and Bride of Frankenstein

Kenneth Strickfaden Copper Spherical Electrode from Frankenstein and Bride of Frankenstein. This copper spherical electrode was used in Dr. Frankenstein’s laboratory in Frankenstein (1931) and repurposed and mounted close to “The Bride’s” head (in front of the parabolic “Nebularium” mirror) in the sequel The Bride of Frankenstein (1935). The piece was also used, in different configurations, in numerous subsequent productions. The device measures 21 in. long with the diameter of the hollow copper electrode measuring 4.75 in. The wooden insulator is not the same as seen in Bride of Frankenstein, yet is a vintage Strickfaden part used throughout his storied career. The copper has oxidized over the years, but remains in fine condition. Untested. Estimated Price:$15,000 – $20,000 USD

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