that's a bit of a rare beast, I'm sure there would be interest from serious camera collectors out there.
Debrie were world leaders in professional cinematographic equipment for decades, this was one of the very last things they made before closing shop in the late 60s. It's a single-sound camera first released in about 1961 I think, competitor to the Bach Auricon models. Very expensive at the time, nearly $5000 compared to under $2000 for a standard Auricon Pro. I don't think too many got made.
It had some very unusual features, including separate feed and take-up magazines, and a Debrie-patented V shaped gate that was meant to increase stability without the need for pin registration or a pressure plate. I'd love to see close-up photos of it!
I'm curious what the lens mount was, any chance of photos of that on the camera or of the mount on the lenses?
I would suggest either selling it on Ebay internationally as Gregg said or perhaps even contacting one of the auction houses that specialise in rare photographic equipment, like Westlicht.