US treasury Dept camera....

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  1. cooljjay

    cooljjay TPF Noob!

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    this was interesting bought this 60's konica camera at a thrift store yesterday for 10$, got home took it out of the case and it says it is owned by the us treasury dept. I wonder if this adds to the value of the camera? I wish it had a role of film in it still would be interesting to get it developed and see what kind of photos it had on it.

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    Probably not much, although it would've been worth a LOT more if Revenue Officer Joseph Stain had an 'l' in the right place :D
     
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    Ha!

    Even if it isn't particularly valuable, it's still a cool thing to have.
     
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    I know, I was going to resale it but now I am going to keep it, how many people have a camera owned by the treasury.
     
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    It does add a little bit but not much. Unless was owned by someone famous. I would research the name of the owner, who knows, maybe he is famous for something.
     

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