Fur Auction At Beaver Hall 1949

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    Fur auction at Beaver Hall. London.

    MS Employees checking furs in the Hudson Bay Company warehouse. Sir Patrick Ashley Cooper, Director of the company walks up and starts to chat to worker. CU Sir Patrick Ashley Cooper chatting to Mr. F. Wilson, an employee. CU Head shot of Cooper. MS Cooper and Wilson discussing furs, getting up and walking away. LS The Auction sale in progress in Beaver Hall. MS People in the audience, in Beaver Hall. MS The auctioneer and clerks on platform.

    CU The auctioneer and clerks on platform. MS Billy Jordan operating sound camera. CU Billy Jordan operating sound Camera. CU Man Bidding. MS Audience. CU Types in audience. CU Types in audience. MS Cameraman leaving Beaver Hall wearing polar beak skin he has bought. LS He walks to car. MS He stows fur in back of car. LS Exterior of warehouse. MS Man checking furs. (Snow Fox) CU Man checking furs (Snow fox) CU He picks up furs and starts to carry them away. MS Man checking furs.

    MS Man checking mink pelts. MS Trolley load of furs. Man start to unload it. MS Silver fox furs being hung on rack. MS Buyers inspecting furs. MS Track in between racks of furs. MS Buyer inspecting furs. MS Entrance to office of 'Hudson Bay Company.' LS Exterior to office of 'Hudson Bay Company.' MS The porch of Beaver House. MS Name - 'Beaver House' pan down to entrance. CU Picture of the sailing ship 'Nonsuch' over door.

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    British Pathé
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    Sound
    Media URN:
    65229
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    Available on request
    Film ID:
    2270.11
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    Black & White
    Duration
    00:06:19:00
    Time in/Out:
    01:43:06:00 / 01:49:25:00
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    UN 2092 B
    Sort Number:
    UN 2092 B
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