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Gundlach Korona Early 4x5 Plate Camera With Red Bellows & Brass Lens

Here is an early antique Gundlach Korona 4x5 folding plate camera. Please look at the pictures to see it. It looks like one of the diaphragm blades is a little out of alignment. The bellows are original but have misfolds around the front. The leahter covering shows wear. Its strap is intact as is its ground glass back. Check out my other auctions for more vintage cameras and lenses. The item "Gundlach Korona Early 4x5 Plate Camera with Red Bellows & Brass Lens" is in sale since Friday, April 10, 2020. This item is in the category "Cameras & Photo\Vintage Movie & ...

Early Silent Era King Barker 35mm Wood Hand Crank Movie Camera B&l 50mm Lens

   Early Silent King Barker 35mm Wooden. Hand Crank Movie Camera w/. For sale is an Early Silent Era King Barker 35mm Wood Hand Crank Movie Camera. Camera crank operates on both gears. Lens is 50mm Bausch Lomb Tessar. Lens has some haze, focus is stiff. Appears intact, may need restoration. Outside of camera looks very nice. It looks like a it has a mild crack that was restored. Leather handle is in tact. Back of the camera was used as a projector. This is a very rare beautiful camera! Listings are in the condition we have notated, checked to the best of our. Ability, and (if ...

Camera Leica Ia Lens Elmar 3.5/50mm. Serial Number 28531, Quite Early

Very nice Leica IA of 1930 is for sale. Shutter speeds appear to be right, focusing is manual, rangefinder not included. Includes a Walz yellow filter. The item "Camera Leica IA Lens Elmar 3.5/50mm. Serial number 28531, quite early" is in sale since Wednesday, April 3, 2019. This item is in the category "Cameras & Photo\Vintage Movie & Photography\Vintage Cameras\Rangefinder Cameras". The seller is "franphotofan" and is located in Bogota . This item can be shipped worldwide. Model: IA Country/Region of Manufacture: Germany Color: Black Brand: Leica Bundled Items: Elmar 50mm lens   

1895 Rochester Optical Co. 4x5 Premo A Early Red Bellows Camera With Brass Lens

   Here is a vintage Rochester Optical Co. It is the 4x5 size version. It has its oirignal red bellows. It has a very early brass lens with the wheelhouse diaphragm which I think they only used for the first year of the cameras production in 1895. The glass has a little seperation around the edge. It needs new leather covering. The bellows are in poor shape. The camera is made of quality mahogany wood. The ground glass is intact. It is missing the viewfinder on the front bed and the strap is broken. Please look at the pictures to see what the camera needs as it most likely has other ...
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