F. and S. Marriott

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Older Cameras for sale

These are items which we do not regard as suitable for use, although most of them are in good working order, unless stated otherwise.

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Box cameras

Compact Cameras

Folding cameras etc.

Other older cameras

Older Camera Cases

Older flash equipment

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Some background information about Coronet and simple Coronet cameras can be found in Pieces February 2001

Box Cameras

A.P.M. Apem Box Camera (c. 1920), 8 exposures on 120 film, T/I shutter, three lens stops, well made from wood, covered in black leather cloth, name on leather handle, unusual in Britain, excellent condition. (23343) £26.

Bolsey Bolsey-Flex. 12 exposures on 120 film. 80 mm. f/7.7 focusing lens. Stops to f/16. B/I shutter. Reset by winding the film on. Flash synch with 3 mm. connection working. Large "Reflex" viewfinder. A very unusual item in Britain. This camera was manufactured by the company set up in the U.S.A. by Bogoplski, the man who supervised the development of Paillard Bolex cameras and projectors in pre-war days, and who was also responsible for the development of the Swiss Alpa cameras. Excellent Plus condition. (27471) £45.

Conway Box Camera, 8 exposures on 120 film, simple lens and shutter, provision for close-ups at 1 to 3 metres, built-in green filter (retractable), I and B exposures, Bakelite and metal construction, provision for special Coronet flash gun, a nice and unusual item. Original pouch. (23242) £15.

Coronet Box Camera, 8 pictures on 120 film, simple lens and shutter, provision for "portrait" at 3 feet, trimmed with brown leathercloth, as shown in McKeown's page 220 but with same winder as "No. 1 Box" page 222, body fasteners as "Ajax", very rare and in excellent condition. (23037) £24.

Coronet Consul Box Camera, 8 exposures on 120 film, simple lens and shutter, built-in filter, excellent condition. (24593) £15.

Ensign Fulvue (original rectangular version c.1939), 12 pictures on 120 film, simple lens and shutter,showing its age. (23049) £9.

Ensign Fulvue 2 (1950), maroon finish (rare), 12 exposures on 120 film, simple lens and shutter, large bright reflex viewfinder, excellent condition and working. (26332) £49.

Envoy Box Camera, 8 on 120 or 620, simple shutter, focusing lens, tripod bush, flash contact, camera made by Photo Developments of Birmingham for Ilford Ltd. Black Bakelite. Quite rare, excellent condition in remains of original box. (24090) £15.

Gnome Pixie, 12 on 620, 1949, metal box camera, crackle paint finish, simple lens and shutter, folding frame viewfinder, excellent condition. (24206) £21.

Houghton-Butcher Ensign All Distance Twenty (c.1927), 8 exposures on 120 film, simple lens and shutter with time exposure, two lens stops. Frame viewfinder as well as reflecting viewfinders. Working. Excellent condition. (25654) £10.

Houghton-Butcher E29, 6 on 129 film, Blue trim. A beautiful camera. The blue finish is unmarked and unfaded. Mint condition. (21832) £20.

Houghton-Butcher Ensign E29 (c. 1925), 6 exposures on 129 film, simple lens and shutter, blue teathercloth trim, excellent condition. (24314) £26.

Houghton-Butcher J-B Ensign, 8 exposures on 120 film, simple lens and shutter, excellent condition. (22546) £29.

Houghton-Butcher J.B. Ensign, takes 8 exposures on 120 film, working and in very good condition. Body a little rubbed at the corners. Not shown in McKeowns. (26528) £24.

Ilford Craftsman (1949), 12 exposures on 120 film, quite rare, simple focusing lens, two shutter speeds and B, two lens stops, all working, reflex viewfinder good, neck strap and good home-made leather case. The camera is made from Bakelite and the back has been broken off at some time, but it has been successfully, though crudely, repaired a long time ago. Looks fine on display. (26266) £39.

Kenilworth Box Camera (1950s), 12 exposures on 120 or 620 film, brilliant viewfinder without hood, simple lens and shutter, olive green leathercloth trim, very good condition, pouch case. (24464) £21.

Kodak Brownie Flash B, 8 exposures on 620 film, simple lens, two-speed shutter, built-in yellow filter and close-up lens, fawn trim, brown enamel and handle, generally excellent but trim needs resticking in places. (22783) £16.50.

Kodak Brownie Flash II (1956-59) 8 exposures on 620 film, simple lens and shutter, built-in close-up lens, tripod bush. Takes Kodak Flash Attachment. Mint condition in canvas pouch. (24311) £13.

Kodak Brownie Flash II (1956-1959), 8 exposures on 620 film, simple lens and shutter with time exposure, built in close up lens. Takes Kodak flasholder for bulbs. Excellent condition with original Kodak canvas case. (25653) £10.

Kodak Brownie Original Type 1900 Version, in excellent condition and in good working order, but winding key is missing. (23146) £86.

Kodak Brownie Six-20 Model C (1946 - 1953), 8 exposures on 620 film, simple lens and shutter, most of the original box, condition excellent minus. (25930) £3.

Kodak Brownie Six-20 Model C (1953), 8 exposures on 620 film, simple lens and B/I shutter, early model not synchronised, plastic pouch case, near mint condition. (23365) £5.

Kodak Brownie Six-20 Model D (1953-57), 8 exposures on 620 film, simple lens and shutter (synchronised for Kodak Flasholder), close-up lens, single tripod bush, metal body, excellent condition in canvan pouch. (23210) £3.

Kodak Brownie Twin 20 (U.S.A.), 12 exposures on 620 film, optical direct and reflecting viewfinders, simple shutter, double exposure prevention, focusing lens with three stops, flash synchronised but requires a special flashgun, original plastic pouch case. Near mint condition. (25034) £9.

Kodak No. 0 Brownie (1914 - 1935), 8 exposures on 127 film, includes vintage alloy 127 spool, slight damage at top right front corner but fully working. Cosmetically excellent. (25920) £13.

Kodak No. 1 Brownie (1900) generally in very good condition but the red window is missing and the front panel, although tidy, is held in place with "blue tack", and the leathercloth trim on this is incomplete and possibly incorrect. No viewfinder or winding key. (23147) £14.

Kodak No. 2 Brownie Box in olive trim, 8 exposures on 120 film, made in the UK, simple lens and shutter, three Waterhouse stops, tripod bushes, in excellent condition except for a rusty clip retaining the back. (23145) £26.

Kodak No. 2 Brownie Box in blue trim (c. 1932), 8 exposures on 120 film, simple lens and shutter, three Waterhouse stops, two tripod bushes, metal body, quite nice, trim is "lumpy" where metal has corroded, canvas pouch. (23209) £29.

Kodak No. 2 Brownie Box in olive trim (c. 1932), 8 exposures on 120 film, simple lens and shutter, three Waterhouse stops, two tripod bushes, metal body, trim is a little "lumpy" where metal has corroded, otherwise excellent. (23219) £32.

Kodak Popular Brownie (UK, 1937), 8 exposures on 620 film, simple lens and shutter, excellent condition and working. (26331) £14.

Kodak Portrait Brownie No. 2 (1929-35) 8 exposures on 120 film, simple lens and shutter, three lens stops, built-in portrait lens, tripod bush, very good condition and working, in nice pouch case. (24309) £8.

Kodak Six-20 Brownie Junior Super Model (UK), 8 on 620, with portrait setting, two tripod bushes, metal body, excellent condition. (20673) £4.

Kodak Six-20 Hawkeye-Major (1935), 12 pictures on 620 film, simple lens and shutter, attractive leathercloth covering, one viewfinder screen badly cracked, some rusting of metal parts, otherwise excellent. (24768) £6.

Kodak Six-20 Popular Brownie. This model is not shown in McKeowns. c. 1930s, made in Britain, 12 exposures on 620 film. Simple lens and shutter, excellent condition. (25667) £18.

Zeiss Ikon Box Tengor 54/2 (1934-38), 8 exposures on 120 film, Goerz Frontar f/11 focusing lens, simple shutter, three lens stops, two tripod bushes, original canvas pouch. An unusually fine example, near mint condition. (24364) £55.

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Compact Cameras

Balda Baldixette, 12 exposures on 120 film, 7.2 cm. f/9 Baldar with stops to f/16, simple shutter, 3 mm. coaxial flash connection for bulbs, lens and shutter mounted on a spring-loaded tube, excellent condition. (23207) £10.

Bilora Bella 66 (1956), 12 exposures on 120 film, simple lens, two-speed shutter, flash synch., leather case. An unusual camera in excellent condition. Lens/shutter mounted on a telescopic tube. (26650) £20.

Boots Comet and Koroll cameras. Original Lens Hood, 20 mm. screw in, mint condition in original box with original price 4/6d. (26238) £2.

Coronet 4 - 4 Mark II (late 1950s), 12 exposures on 127 film. Simple lens and shutter, a later camera than that shown in Kadlubeck - it has lever wind. Grey/black plastic with metal retainers for back. Original moulded plastic ever ready case. (24764) £15.

Coronet Flashmaster, 12 exposures on 120 film, simple camera made from Bakelite, with flash connection for special Coronet flashgun. Near mint condition. (24378) £10.

Coronet Flashmaster Rex Flash. 12 exposures on 120 film. c. 1950s. Simple lens and shutter. Takes the Coronet Plug-in Flashgun. Original plastic ever ready case. Good neck strap on camera. Near mint condition. (27469) £30.

Kodak Autosnap, 12 exposures on 127 film, 50 mm. Kodak Anaston f/8 focusing lens, built in exposure meter gives automatic exposure (working), shutter inoperative. Original ever ready case and strap. (20850) £3.

Kodak Brownie 44A (1959 to 1966), 12 exposures on 127 film, simple camera, with soft plastic cover and neck strap, mostly complete original box. (25164) £14.50.

Kodak Brownie 44B, 1961 to 1963, 12 exposures on 127 film, simple two-speed shutter, focusing Kodak Anaston lens, 3 lens stops, double exposure prevention, Kodak original zip case. Near mint condition. Uncommon. (26649) £20.

Kodak Brownie 127 (1953 to 1959), 8 exposures on 127 film, simple lens and shutter in working order, front plate had parallel lines. Excellent condition. (25645) £4.

Kodak Brownie 127 (1953 to 1959), 8 exposures on 127 film, front plate has parallel lines, knob and shutter release are grey plastic. Simple lens and shutter in working order. Original neck cord and case. Excellent condition. (25647) £6.

Kodak Brownie 127 (1953 to 1959), 8 exposures on 127 film, front panel has parallel lines, simple lens and shutter, neck cord, original pouch, near mint condition. (24389) £14.

Kodak Brownie 127 (1953 to 1959), 8 exposures on 127 film, simple lens and shutter in working order, front plate had parallel lines. Neck cord. Near mint condition. (26648) £8.

Kodak Brownie 127, 8 exposures on 127 film, plain face plate, simple lens and shutter, original soft case, excellent condition. (24325) £2.

Kodak Brownie 127 (1965), the final version, completely redesigned with white rectangular shutter release on front of camera, double exposure prevention, 12 exposures on 127 film. Near mint condition with original neck strap, in original Kodak case. (25880) £27.

Kodak Brownie Cresta (1955-58) 12 exposures on 120 film, moulded black plastic body, built in filter and close up lens, simple lens and shutter, neck cord, excellent condition. (24515) £4.

Kodak Brownie Cresta II, UK, 12 exposures on 120 film, Bakelite body, simple lens and shutter, built-in filter and close-up lens, flash synch. for Kodak flasholder, excellent condition. (24594) £8.

Kodak Brownie Cresta II, 12 exposures on 120 film, simple lens and shutter with built in pale green filter and close up lens, near mint condition. (25413) £10.

Kodak Brownie Cresta 3, 12 exposures on 120 film, a compact simple camera, built-in close-up lens and smaller lens stop, provision for Kodak Flasholder, remains of original box. Camera near mint condition. (24597) £4.

Kodak Brownie Cresta 3 (1960 - 1965), 12 exposures on 120 film, built in close up lens, two lens stops, neck strap, including Brownie Flasholder for the camera, all near mint condition with original boxes, and original instructions for Flasholder, and original Kodak soft case for the camera. (25877) £23.

Kodak Brownie Special, not working, in a poor state, but a nice display item. Rare in Britain. (21655) £4. Picture

Kodak Brownie Vecta (1963-66), 12 exposures on 127 film, simple lens and shutter, double exposure prevention, grey neck strap, original grey pouch, excellent and unusual. (23208) £13.

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Folders, etc

Contessa Nettel Cocarette, 10.5 cm. f/6.3 Contastigmat, Derval shutter 1/25 sec. to 1/100 sec., folding bed design, veru good condition, working. (21839) £21.

Ernemann Bob V folding baseboard camera, 8 on 127, 7.5 cm. f/6.3 Ernar, Chronos 1 sec. to 1/100 sec. shutter. Radial lever focusing. Rising front. Reflecting viewfinder. Generally excellent but leather trim shows signs of use since 1925! (18623) £50.

Goerz Tengor, 8 on 116 film, 12.5 cm. f/6.8 Tenaxiar, Goerz shutter 1/25 sec. to 1/100 sec., bright reflecting viewfinder and spirit level, original brown hide pouch. (20192) £25.

Houghton Ensignette No. 1 Improved (1915), f/11 lens, IBT shutter, lens panel extends on struts, black enamel finish, no winding handle. A nice display item. (23835) £14.

Houghtons Folding Ensign (c. 1910), 8 pictures on 120 film, f/8 Symmetrical Rectramat lens, stops to f/32, simple shutter, wooden body leather covered, folding bed design, excellent condition, original hide pouch. (24629) £27.

Kershaw Penguin Eight-20, 8 exposures on 120 film, simple lens with two stops, focusing to 6 feet, fully working, near mint in canvas pouch. (25569) £13.

Kodak Six-20 Kodak Junior (1933-1940), 8 exposures on 620 film, shutter 1/25 sec. to 1/100 sec., 100 mm. f/6.3 Kodak Anastigmat, reflecting viewfinder, original canvas pouch, excellent condition. (25118) £11.

Kodak Vest Pocket Autographic, glossy finish, T.T.H.-Kodak f/6.5 anastigmat lens, two speed shutter, appears to be American made but with this British lens, very good condition and pretty rare, in hide pouch case. We can find no listing for this version. (21812) £42.

Soho Cadet, 8 on 120, simple lens and shutter, baseboard focusing, reflecting viewfinder, attractive dark maroon Bakelite, generally excellent, slight brassing of some chrome. (16473) £28. Picture

Soho Model B, 8 on 120, simple lens and shutter, front extends on spring-loaded struts, reflecting viewfinder, attractive dark maroon Bakelite, generally excellent but some deterioration of chrome parts. Made in Yorkshire! (16474) £14.

Trafford Folding Bed Camera, 8 on 120, f/11 lens in Synchro shutter, which is of Houghton Baker manufacture. Wooden leather-covered body. Excellent condition. We can find no reference to this, or anything like it. Help appreciated. (19509) £39. Pictures

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Other Older Cameras

Beck Bynar Anastigmat Lens, 6 inch f/4.5 no. 190148, in mount with no diaphragm, excellent condition, c. 41 mm. fine thread. (26263) £19.

C. P. Stirn's Concealed Vest Camera No. 2. Serial no. 10702, 1888 - 1890. Carried by a neck cord, hidden beneath clothing, with the small lens sticking through a buttonhole. Appears to use a single circular glass plate 170 mm. diameter. gives four exposures 58 mm. diameter. Not working correctly - needs more skill and patience than I possess these days. It is cosmetically excellent and appears to be complete. The neck cord needs replacing. (27467) £500.

Coronet Cameo, simple novelty camera in need of restoration, complete with original box, a rare item from c. 1948. (24794) £32.

Coronet Midget. c. 1935. A low-cost camera with a bakelite body (this one is red). Simple lens and shutter. Takes unperforated 16 mm. film on special spools (two included). Very good condition and working but a small portion of the back has broken off, probably not enough to render the camera unusable. I had a blue one of these when I was very small! Highly collectable. (27468) £100.

Kodak No. 2 Bulls-Eye Model D, very early Kodak camera, last patent 1897. Beautifully made from boxwood, takes 101 film. Almost complete and in good condition for restoration. Working. Film winding key is missing. (23050) £41.

Kodak No. 2 Stereo Kodak (1901-05), uses 101 roll film, Kodak's only stereo box camera, "manufactured by Eastman Kodak Co. successors to Boston Camera Manuafacturing Co.", rapid rectilinear lenses, with three Waterhouse stops, one lens can be blanked off, simple T and I shutter, reflecting viewfinder in poor condition, camera interior is beautifully made in varnished wood, exterior slightly worn leather. Original well-used hide case. (21478) £265.

Petrie Subminiature Toy Camera for 16 exposures 14 mm. x 14 mm. on 16 mm. film. Simple lens and shutter. Working and in good condition. Chrome top and bottom, black plastic body. Made in Western Germany. (25993) £64.

Zeiss Ikon Donata 9 cm. x 12 cm. plate camera, 13.5 cm. f/4.5 Dominar Anastigmat in Compur 1 sec. to 1/200 sec. dial-set shutter. Double extension bellows with rise and fall, cross front. Reflecting and frame viewfinders, focusing screen and hood (needs repairing), metal case trimmed in leather, a nice display item. (24543) £77.

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Older Flash Equipment

Electronic flash

Ensign Flash Unit, c. 1948 to 1950 and very rare. An older style unusual design flashgun for SBC flashbulbs. Requires 4.5 volt torch battery. Plastic diffuser. Ensign flash connector. Mint condition in original box. (20597) £9.

Ensign Flash Unit ZAC.3, with 3 mm. coaxial connector, flashgun fits to camera tripod bush, c.1950. Original box and instructions. (25905) £8.

Flash Bulbs, Type 22 G.E.C. large Edison screw fitting. We have a quantity of these long-obsolete, high-power (guide number approx. 150) flash bulbs at £2 each. Ideal to complete your Speed Graphic, Rolleiflex, etc., 1950s flash outfit!.

Flash Bulbs, type AG1, guide number 30. 30p. each.

Flash Bulbs, type M3, guide number 66, small bayonet fitting. 40p. each.

Flash Bulbs, type PF1 and PF1B, various makes, guide number 40. 30p. each.

Flash Bulbs, type PF5, guide number 64. 50p. each.

Flash Cubes, various makes, four complete flash units per cube, guide number 30. 40p. each.

Flash Bulb Adapter, converts BC bulbholder to PF. £2.

 

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