All 6 look good, all shutters work well
|Camera Type:||Box Camera|
This metal box camera was made by Lumiere & Jougla around 1948.
The shutter works well and has only a few signs of use.
Portrait Brownie No 2
Shutter works well, made between 1929 and 1934.
The camera only has a few cosmetic signs of use.
Suitable for 120 roll film.
AGFA: Box 54 (Box I)
1st year of production: 1930
Country of origin: Germany
Film type: Roll film 120 (Agfa B-20)
Negative size: 6x9 cm
Material: Metal / covered with leather, black
The item may show some signs of cosmetic wear and tear but looks good otherwise and the shutter works well.
Roy 127 Box-camera
Made in the 1960s.
Lens Roy 47 mm.
Shutter works, camera only has only a few cosmetic aberrations.
The camera has not been tested with film.
Bakelite box camera from 1936 for 120 film.
The shutter works well.
With the naked eye it seems to be all intact, no pieces of Bakelite missing.
Balda Rollbox box camera.
Made in Germany.
Produced around 1931.
Suitable for 120 mm film
Shutter works well and has only a few cosmetic signs of use
These cameras will be packaged carefully and sent by PostNL registered mail.
|Member since:||November 8, 2015|
Good, though shutter inop.
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