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As the BBC reports, the footage was shot by Edward Raymond Turner as part of a test reel that includes images of marching soldiers, birds, and Turner's own children.
The film had been gathering dust in a tin for more than a century before being discovered by Michael Harvey, Curator of Cinematography at the National Media Museum.
Turner patented his three-color process in 1899 with the support of American entrepreneur Charles Urban, but died of a heart attack just four years later, at the age of 29.
Urban went on to expand upon Turner's process, and, in 1909, successfully launched the two-color Kinemacolor system.
Bryony Dixon, a silent film curator at the BFI National Archives, told the BBC that Harvey's discovery marks an important moment in cinema history, hailing the images as "the first example of trying to get color photographically or naturally." She went on to describe the inherent shock value in seeing such rich colors within an antiquated context.
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