Probably my most off topic post yet. I received a very old (approx. 1899-1905) projector from my uncle recently. This projector, known as a Lubin Cinescope (with limelight) was very similar in design to the Edison Kinetescope of the same vintage. These projectors would be carried from town to town by a projectionist, showing movies at a time when many towns didn't have motion picture theaters. Lubin was a direct competitor of, and, therefore a target of, Edison, who eventually put Lubin out of business in the courts. I've always been interested in old cameras, so he sent it my way after owning it himself for 30 some years. At this point I'm looking for suggestions where I might go online to get more information and possibly an appraisal. I likely won't hold it for long as I don't have the space or really a proper place to store/display it. I would preferably like to find a collector of such cinema antiques, but I honestly don't know where to start. So, any of you with any experience in antiques, particularly unique items such as this? I'm just taking a shot at asking here - you never know what people may know outside of guns. Thanks for looking.