Antique Camera 1900's

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  1. Songo

    Songo TPF Noob!

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    Hi, we have a "Century grand studio outfit No.7"
    very old model, 1900's
    but it works good, please let me know if you are interested, Or any idea where to sell it??
    thanks
    Songo


     
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    tirediron Watch the Birdy! Staff Member Supporting Member

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    A lot depends on condition, especially of the lens and bellows. eBay is probably the most convenient, but dependin on where you live, "live" auctions may also be an option.

    Please note that if you're listing the item here, in accordance with our rules, you must include at least one image of the actual item, and a price.
     
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    Do you have the whole kit, including the stand? That would increase the value, but would make ebay a harder place to sell. These are very large cameras designed for permanent installation, so freight will be a limiting factor.

    What kind of lens? There are some lenses out there that will be worth many times over this camera, and the camera itself, which isn't worth a heck of a lot, will only slow down your auction. It might be worth looking into having it restored, but I don't know if this is a rare enough camera to make it worth it - I have my doubts - it's not a Deardorff.
     

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