| ||English sliding box in box, wet plate camera, circa 1850/60s. The ground glass focusing screen measures 6.5 square. The lens is marked Horne & Thornthwaite, No. 6036. Comes with a wet plate holder and maroon leather lens cap. The camera is in excellent condition.
| ||C.P. Stirn concealed vest camera, no.1, circa 1886/92. This model has the original anodized brass finish
and fully working shutter. Excellent original condition throughout.
| ||W. I. Chadwick Mahogany & Brass Stereoscopic Camera, with rare flap shutter. The ground glass focusing screen measures 6 x 4. The internal septum is present. The lenses are a matched pair of 6 Wray. Excellent condition.
|| || $ 1,500|
| ||Scarce, high speed Spitfire Camera. The camera was used for reconnaissance and damage assessment work. This historic item is from a plane that along with the Hurricane played a pivotal role in the Battle of Britain. The Spitfire's Rolls Royce Merlin engine was later fitted into the USAs P51 aircraft. The camera is in excellent working condition. The metal box measures 2 x 3.5 x 9.
| ||Korona 10 x 8 view camera with Gundlach Rapid Convertible. Comes with an extension and 5 double dark slides. The shutter is working but seems a little sticky at times and the speeds cannot be guaranteed. Excellent cosmetic condition.
|| || $ 130|