Vintage Lighting Framing Projector-Need advice on parts

multijay

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I have a 1970's Halo Framing Projector, bought it new and have had many years of service. Would like to continue using it for framing fine art as some of the available low voltage projectors don't have the same quality lumen output.
Recently experienced a short in the lampholder. Uses 300W Halogen bulb. Dual lens, polished chrome reflector, wiring in good shape, two piece black steel body, four independent sliding shutters. Easy to disassemble. I would like to repair but need to find a new lampholder (it has a simple two-screw mount and should/could be easily rewired/replaced) because old one fused and "exploded" the ceramic base. The lampholder itself is about two inches long with spring tensioner for bulb retention, and the aforementioned ceramic base with lamp contacts, two-screw mount.
Any suggestions on where to locate this part?
Manufacturer no help. Cannot locate model and serial number. Used to be on a paper adhesive label internal on back of reflector shield. Has long since worn away.
 

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