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Vintage Graphex Speed Graphic 4x5 Press Camera

Lot 1316: Vintage Graphex Speed Graphic 4x5 Press Camera

by EJ'S Auction & Consignment

April 4, 2015, 11:00 AM MST

Glendale, AZ, USA

Description: Includes Carry Case, Accessories, Filters, Booklets, Cords, Polaroid Backs

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Graflex Century Graphic Camera

Lot 3006: Graflex Century Graphic Camera

by Holabird Western Americana

April 17, 2015, 8:00 AM PST

Reno, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $250 - $600

Description: Garfield Century Graphic Camera with Schneider -Kreuznach Xenotar 80mm f2.8 lens and mounted Kalart Range Finder. 2 1/4 x 3 1/4 size Graphic cameras were made in 21/4x31/4, 31/4x41/4, 4x5, and 5x7" film sizes, either with (Speed) or without a rear focal plane shutter (Century, Crown, and Super). The 4x5 is often recommended as a starter large format camera and many are still in use today. The 3x4s and 5x7s are somewhat rare and collectible, but what about the 2x3s? The 2x3 Crown (leather-covered mahogany) and Century (bakelite plastic), "baby" versions of their larger format brethren deserve more attention than they usually get. Often described as a "press" camera, they are in actuality basic technical cameras. Having no rear movements, they are limited in altering subject shape or perspective. However, they do have useful front movements: 18mm rise, 7mm shift, 18_ backward tilt, (swing, with a simple modification) plus 18_ forward tilt and up to 35mm fall using the dropped front camera bed. These movements are quite adequate for adjusting the plane of focus and correcting converging vertical lines. Plus, they are relatively lightweight (4.4 lbs with lens, handgrip, and rollfilm back). Best of all, they are the least expensive technical cameras available. The 2x3 Graphics are usually found with a side-mounted Kalart rangefinder that can be adjusted to focus a single lens. It is not the most convenient to use, as one has to focus using the rangefinder and then compose the picture through a separate optical viewfinder having interchangeable masks for different focal lengths. Its virtue lies in being adaptable to a range of focal lengths (slightly wide angle to long-normal and the shorter telephoto lenses). So if you find a camera without its original lens, or choose to substitute a more modern multi-coated lens for that which came with the camera, you are still in business. Directions for adjusting the Kalart rangefinder are on the Graflex.org website. The lenses usually found on the baby Graphics are the Wollensak Optar four-element Tessar-type or the Graflar or Trioptar triplets. Much better are the Kodak Ektar and Rodenstock, Schneider or Zeiss lenses that were also offered for the Graflex XLRF. City: State: Circa: 1954

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Lumicon clockwork 8mm cine camera

Lot 189: Lumicon clockwork 8mm cine camera

by JF Daughters

March 31, 2015, 6:00 AM GMT

Epsom, United Kingdom

Estimated Price: £15 - £25

Description: Lumicon clockwork 8mm cine camera

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Wrestling - three early Australian brochures incl Wrestle On by Ringsider, Scenes in the Ring by McCance 1927, and Wrestling by McCa...

Lot 186: Wrestling - three early Australian brochures incl Wrestle On by Ringsider, Scenes in the Ring by McCance 1927, and Wrestling by McCa...

by Lawsons

2015

Australia

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Description: Wrestling - three early Australian brochures incl Wrestle On by Ringsider, Scenes in the Ring by McCance 1927, and Wrestling by McCance 1927; together with All Sports Record Books for 1932 & 1936; and a foolscap scrapbook of Australian wrestling 1927-29. (6)

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Kodak Bantam Special

Lot 3010: Kodak Bantam Special

by Holabird Western Americana

April 17, 2015, 8:00 AM PST

Reno, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $150 - $400

Description: Kodak Bantam Special with Kodak Anastigmatic Ektar 45mm f2 lens and Compur Shutter. This camera is in food condition, though the armatures for collapsing the lens into the body are very stiff. The Kodak Bantam Special was introduced during 1936, and was produced until 1948. The camera has a very striking design, consisting of a black enamelled cast aluminium body with bright metal horizontal lines. It is a fine example of a camera styled by Walter Dorwin Teague. Walter Dorwin Teague was a graphic designer, who became interested in design for mass produced goods. Eastman Kodak started their working relationship with him in the 1920s, and it was to continue for several decades. Collectors now regard the cameras that were produced as a result of that relationship as some of the most desirable; consider cameras such as the Beau Brownies, the Vanity Kodaks, the Gift Kodak as well as the Bantam Special. The Kodak Bantam Special is a relatively small camera, described by Eastman Kodak in contemporary advertisements as an all-purpose miniature instrument. Its closed dimensions are approximately 1_ x 3_ x 4_ inches, which is compact for the time, though its profiled shape makes it quite easy to handle. The clam-shell form was not new of course as it had been used in the early Retina cameras. There were two significant variations of the Kodak Bantam Special as the shutter was changed from the initial Compur Rapid to a Supermatic shutter. While the version with the Supermatic shutter was produced over a much longer period but in lesser numbers, fewer working examples are to be found today as the Supermatic shutter did not prove to be as reliable as the earlier Compur. The change in shutter came about in 1941 as a consequence of course of the Second World War. The camera also had a remarkably fast lens for its time, an Ektar f/2. The camera also boasted a coupled rangefinder with helical focusing, described in the contemporary advertising as a military-type, split-field. The Kodak Bantam Special was quite an expensive camera to buy - an advert for the Christmas season of 1936, the year the camera was introduced, gives the list price as $110, and described it as low indeed for an instrument of such quality. A later advert of 1938 leads with Remarkable in Performance and yet moderate in Price, but still quoting a list price of $115. However, later in that year there was a deliberate decision to reduce the price to $87.50, supposedly on the strength of its popularity with amateurs. All this at a time when many other cameras were selling for between $10 and $20! The camera uses 828 rollfilm, introduced in 1935 for the Bantam range of cameras and offering a picture size of 28 x 40mm, not dissimilar to 35mm film, but with the advantage of providing a larger image area. The name of the film comes from the fact that it was designed to take 8 exposures of 28mm width. City: State: Circa: 1936

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Kodak Bantam Special

Lot 3011: Kodak Bantam Special

by Holabird Western Americana

April 17, 2015, 8:00 AM PST

Reno, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $200 - $450

Description: Kodak Bantam Special with Kodak Anastigmatic Ektar 45mm f2 lens and Compur Shutter. This camera is in excellent condition, and includes a leather case with neck strap. The Kodak Bantam Special was introduced during 1936, and was produced until 1948. The camera has a very striking design, consisting of a black enamelled cast aluminium body with bright metal horizontal lines. It is a fine example of a camera styled by Walter Dorwin Teague. Walter Dorwin Teague was a graphic designer, who became interested in design for mass produced goods. Eastman Kodak started their working relationship with him in the 1920s, and it was to continue for several decades. Collectors now regard the cameras that were produced as a result of that relationship as some of the most desirable; consider cameras such as the Beau Brownies, the Vanity Kodaks, the Gift Kodak as well as the Bantam Special. The Kodak Bantam Special is a relatively small camera, described by Eastman Kodak in contemporary advertisements as an all-purpose miniature instrument. Its closed dimensions are approximately 1_ x 3_ x 4_ inches, which is compact for the time, though its profiled shape makes it quite easy to handle. The clam-shell form was not new of course as it had been used in the early Retina cameras. There were two significant variations of the Kodak Bantam Special as the shutter was changed from the initial Compur Rapid to a Supermatic shutter. While the version with the Supermatic shutter was produced over a much longer period but in lesser numbers, fewer working examples are to be found today as the Supermatic shutter did not prove to be as reliable as the earlier Compur. The change in shutter came about in 1941 as a consequence of course of the Second World War. The camera also had a remarkably fast lens for its time, an Ektar f/2. The camera also boasted a coupled rangefinder with helical focusing, described in the contemporary advertising as a military-type, split-field. The Kodak Bantam Special was quite an expensive camera to buy - an advert for the Christmas season of 1936, the year the camera was introduced, gives the list price as $110, and described it as low indeed for an instrument of such quality. A later advert of 1938 leads with Remarkable in Performance and yet moderate in Price, but still quoting a list price of $115. However, later in that year there was a deliberate decision to reduce the price to $87.50, supposedly on the strength of its popularity with amateurs. All this at a time when many other cameras were selling for between $10 and $20! The camera uses 828 rollfilm, introduced in 1935 for the Bantam range of cameras and offering a picture size of 28 x 40mm, not dissimilar to 35mm film, but with the advantage of providing a larger image area. The name of the film comes from the fact that it was designed to take 8 exposures of 28mm width. City: State: Circa: 1936

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Various First Day Covers, old cameras, etc.

Lot 355: Various First Day Covers, old cameras, etc.

by Island Auction Rooms

April 14, 2015, 11:00 AM GMT

Shanklin, United Kingdom

Estimated Price: £30 - £40

Description: Various First Day Covers, old cameras, etc.

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Polaroid Super Swinger Land camera with

Lot 210: Polaroid Super Swinger Land camera with

by JF Daughters

March 31, 2015, 6:00 AM GMT

Epsom, United Kingdom

Estimated Price: £10 - £20

Description: Polaroid Super Swinger Land camera with instructions

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DRAGON GRAPHIC THROWING KNIFE #16777v2

Lot 1411: DRAGON GRAPHIC THROWING KNIFE #16777v2

by 21st Century Auctions

April 3, 2015, 9:30 AM PST

SAUGUS, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $45 - $60

Description: DRAGON GRAPHIC THROWING KNIFE **|**|** DRAGON GRAPHIC THROWING KNIFE #16777v2

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Various cameras and equipment, to include Zenith-

Lot 397: Various cameras and equipment, to include Zenith-

by Golding Young & Mawer

April 1, 2015, 10:00 AM GMT

Grantham, United Kingdom

Description: Various cameras and equipment, to include Zenith-B, Helios lens, 10cm high, Fuji colour, other cameras by Praktica with Meyer-Optik Gorlitz 1.8/50 lens, various other cases, cameras, equipment, etc. (a quantity)

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Lot 1078: A Coronet 020 box camera, three other cameras, a

by Golding Young & Mawer

April 1, 2015, 10:00 AM GMT

Grantham, United Kingdom

Description: A Coronet 020 box camera, three other cameras, a quantity of bird figures, bone china crockery, thimbles, etc. (4 trays)

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Old style film camera and folding opera

Lot 77: Old style film camera and folding opera

by JF Daughters

March 31, 2015, 6:00 AM GMT

Epsom, United Kingdom

Estimated Price: £10 - £15

Description: Old style film camera and folding opera glasses in box

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Various cameras and equipment, to include a Chino

Lot 773: Various cameras and equipment, to include a Chino

by Golding Young & Mawer

April 1, 2015, 10:00 AM GMT

Grantham, United Kingdom

Description: Various cameras and equipment, to include a Chinon-4s camera, 9cm high, various lenses, Sharpe camcorder, canvas bag, etc. (a quantity)

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Lot 1229: TWO EARLY 20TH CENTURY GERMAN CAMERAS

by A.B. Levy's

April 2, 2015, 2:00 PM EST

Palm Beach, FL, USA

Estimated Price: $100 - $200

Description: TWO EARLY 20TH CENTURY GERMAN CAMERAS the first a Rolleiflex Box Camera, with a German Frarnke & Heibecke lens, the second with expandable body, with an' Ilex 'Inst.Tim no. 1A Ansco'. Both poor condition.

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A Canon Ixus digital 50 camera, and a Selphy CP51

Lot 449: A Canon Ixus digital 50 camera, and a Selphy CP51

by Golding Young & Mawer

April 1, 2015, 10:00 AM GMT

Grantham, United Kingdom

Description: A Canon Ixus digital 50 camera, and a Selphy CP510 Compact photo printer. (2)

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Lot 1103: A Ferrania camera, Horvex light meter, various Co

by Golding Young & Mawer

April 1, 2015, 10:00 AM GMT

Grantham, United Kingdom

Description: A Ferrania camera, Horvex light meter, various Commemorative wares, Wedgwood pin dishes, etc.

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Lot 1190: A camera tripod and a pair of 20thC carved Africa

by Golding Young & Mawer

April 1, 2015, 10:00 AM GMT

Grantham, United Kingdom

Description: A camera tripod and a pair of 20thC carved African plaques.

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Old Kodak Bimat & AGFA PD16 Readyset Camera Lot

Lot 119: Old Kodak Bimat & AGFA PD16 Readyset Camera Lot

by Prescott Valley Consignment Auction

April 1, 2015, 6:00 PM MST

Prescott Valley , AZ, USA

Description: 2 cameras. Bellows are in good condition. Both need cleaning. Untested. Appear in good physical condition.

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Vintage Argus C-44 & Petri FA-1 35mm Camera Lot

Lot 121: Vintage Argus C-44 & Petri FA-1 35mm Camera Lot

by Prescott Valley Consignment Auction

April 1, 2015, 6:00 PM MST

Prescott Valley , AZ, USA

Description: 2 cameras. Both need cables to check shutters. Both in good to fair physical condition.

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30.5

Lot 1350: 30.5" MEDIEVAL STYLE SWORD W/METAL HANDLE GRAPHIC #20150v2

by 21st Century Auctions

March 31, 2015, 9:30 AM PST

SAUGUS, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $225 - $300

Description: 30.5" MEDIEVAL STYLE SWORD W/METAL HANDLE GRAPHIC **|**|** 30.5" MEDIEVAL STYLE SWORD W/METAL HANDLE GRAPHIC #20150v2

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Yashica Movie Camera

Lot 5: Yashica Movie Camera

by Dales Bros Auctioneers

April 2, 2015, 9:30 AM CAT

Durban, South Africa

Estimated Price: R200 - R300

Description: Japan, Super 40K, 1970's, with case and microphone,

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LOT OF (3) VINTAGE CAMERAS

Lot 3513: LOT OF (3) VINTAGE CAMERAS

by Robert Slawinski Auctioneers, Inc.

April 12, 2015, 11:00 AM PST

Scotts Valley, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $200 - $300

Description: (2) Kodak Brownie, Falcon (Spencer Co.) With the flashes

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Vintage Polaroid Automatic 220 Land Camera

Lot 1179: Vintage Polaroid Automatic 220 Land Camera

by EJ'S Auction & Consignment

April 4, 2015, 11:00 AM MST

Glendale, AZ, USA

Description: includes carry case and flash

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Petri Racer Camera

Lot 791: Petri Racer Camera

by Essex Auction and Estate Services

April 9, 2015, 10:00 AM EST

Norwood, MA, USA

Estimated Price: $100 - $150

Description: Petri Racer camera, black leather case with metal adjustments, metal body with zoom capable lens and flash. Length 5 1/4 in., Width 3 1/4 in.

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Kodak Ektar 35mm f3.3 lens for Ektra Camera

Lot 3001: Kodak Ektar 35mm f3.3 lens for Ektra Camera

by Holabird Western Americana

April 17, 2015, 8:00 AM PST

Reno, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $700 - $1,100

Description: This lens is for the Kodak Ektra camera, in its original aluminum case and lens cap & wide angle finder attachment. From the collection of Don Dondero. City: State: Circa: 1941-48

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Kodak Ektar 135mm f3.8 lens for Ektra camera

Lot 3002: Kodak Ektar 135mm f3.8 lens for Ektra camera

by Holabird Western Americana

April 17, 2015, 8:00 AM PST

Reno, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $400 - $700

Description: This 135mm telephoto lens for the Ektra camera comes in it's original aluminum case with lens cap. From the collection of Don Dondero. City: State: Circa: 1941-48

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LEICA I 35MM CAMERA, circa 1930, serial number 591

Lot 355: LEICA I 35MM CAMERA, circa 1930, serial number 591

by O'Gallerie

March 31, 2015, 7:00 PM PST

Portland, OR, USA

Estimated Price: $200 - $300

Description: LEICA I 35MM CAMERA, circa 1930, serial number 59102. Includes: Leitz Elmar 50mm lens f/3.5, lens cap, Leitz leather case, Leitz rangefinder Leitz vertical viewfinder and manual.

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Bell & Howell Autoload 342/ Agfa Pronto Camera Lot

Lot 156: Bell & Howell Autoload 342/ Agfa Pronto Camera Lot

by Prescott Valley Consignment Auction

April 1, 2015, 6:00 PM MST

Prescott Valley , AZ, USA

Description: Untested. 4 cameras included also are: Neoca 35-K & Sears KS Super II. All 4 appear in good physical condition. Need cleaning.

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Stingray Skin Shoulder Strap Tote Camera Bag

Lot 576: Stingray Skin Shoulder Strap Tote Camera Bag

by Western Asset Reserve

March 31, 2015, 12:15 AM EST

Henderson, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $600 - $1,200

Description: Excellent NEW handcrafted piece made from 2 pelts; 9" wide

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Antique Kodak No. 2 Folding Pocket Brownie Camera

Lot 1251: Antique Kodak No. 2 Folding Pocket Brownie Camera

by EJ'S Auction & Consignment

April 4, 2015, 11:00 AM MST

Glendale, AZ, USA

Description: Model B. Looks To Be In Great Aged Condition. Ca. 1910

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Group Of Vintage Cameras And Accessories

Lot 1252: Group Of Vintage Cameras And Accessories

by EJ'S Auction & Consignment

April 4, 2015, 11:00 AM MST

Glendale, AZ, USA

Description: Realist 35 & Minolta Srt101. Looks to be in good used condition

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Fling Magazine 1960s graphic illustration art

Lot 565: Fling Magazine 1960s graphic illustration art

by Donley Auction Services

April 23, 2015, 10:00 AM CST

Union, IL, USA

Description: Fling Magazine Erotica 1960s greyscale graphic illustration art signed Ron Bradford. 11 x 22 inches no caption.

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Vladimir Sichov, Gelatin Silver Print, 'Keith Haring', 1987

Lot 4: Vladimir Sichov, Gelatin Silver Print, 'Keith Haring', 1987

by Auctionata US

April 29, 2015, 10:00 AM EST

New York, NY, USA

Estimated Price: $640 - $800

Description: Gelatin silver printUSA, 1987, printed laterVladimir Sichov (b. 1945) - Russian photographerSigned and titled in ink lower margin 'Keith Haring Vladimir Sichov'Titled, inscribed and dated in typeset on a label affixed to the reverse 'Keith Haring December 31, 1987: New York City - Dress for Grace Jones Performing During her New Year's Eve Concert at Roseland Ballroom'With artist's and red Galerie Grace Radziwill ink stamps versoImage dimensions: 12 x 18 in. (30.5 x 45.7 cm.)Sheet dimensions: 15 ¾ x 19 5/8 in. (40 x 49.7 cm.)Very good conditionTaken from a low angle and filled with texture, this photograph of American painter Keith Haring depicts the artist as he paints a set for Grace Jones during her New Year's Eve Concert. The bold graphic forms rise across the page until the eye rests on the artist, dressed in black. Kneeling low above the canvas, the only disruption in the pattern is the line of blank ground that allows the artist to exit the field. Executed in 1987, this gelatin silver print is signed and titled, with the artist's stamp verso. The sheet measures 15 ¾ x 19 5/8 inches. In overall good condition. Vladimir Sichov (Russian, b. 1945)Born in Kazan, USSR in 1945, Vladimir Sichov bought his first camera in 1965, becoming interested in street photography. After working in Russia, Sichov moved to France in 1980, becoming the first Soviet photographer published in SIPA Press. In the 1980s, his photographs were also published in Oggi and Life before working for French Vogue and Yves Saint Laurent. Since the 80s, Sichov's work has been exhibited worldwide, and his photographs published in numerous international publications.

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Nikon F4 S Camera Body with motor drive in original box with instruction manual

Lot 3013: Nikon F4 S Camera Body with motor drive in original box with instruction manual

by Holabird Western Americana

April 17, 2015, 8:00 AM PST

Reno, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $150 - $300

Description: The indomitable Nikon F4 is the most innovative camera ever introduced by Nikon, or probably anyone. The Nikon F4 is what brought cameras into this modern era. The F4 shattered more new barriers and advanced more technology in bigger steps than Nikon had ever done before, or has ever done since. Nikon's digital SLRs and F5 and F6 are nice, but still none of them, not even the D3, is as earth-shattering as was the F4 at its introduction. The Nikon F4, introduced in 1988 and still used daily by many photographers today, was a breakthrough in that: The F4 is the world's first professional autofocus camera. The F4 is the world's first professional camera with a built-in motor drive. (Previous cameras had to use klunky external screw-on motors.) The F4 is the world's first professional camera with modern Matrix (intelligent) light metering. The F4 was the world's top news and sports camera from 1988 through the introduction of the evolutionary F5 in 1996. When the F4 was announced, people waited for months to pay over $2,000 for them ($3,600 today after inflation). Today you can pick up a used F4 for just a few hundred dollars! The Nikon F4 remains relevant today, as it works great with every lens made from 1959 through today's G and AFS lenses. The Nikon F4 is Nikon's most flexible camera because it's compatible with the widest range of lenses of any 35mm camera. Older cameras can't autofocus, and newer cameras don't usually meter well with manual lenses, or work at all with most lenses older than 1977. From the collection of Don Dondero. City: State: Circa:

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LOT - 1995 10 1/2

Lot 3081: LOT - 1995 10 1/2" MIB PORCELAIN WENDY LAWTON'S "AFRICAN SAFARI" GRAND TOUR #105/350; TRUNK WITH CAMERA AND ADDITIONAL CLOTHING. Do...

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April 1, 2015, 10:30 AM EST

Hatfield, PA, USA

Estimated Price: $100 - $200

Description: LOT - 1995 10 1/2" MIB PORCELAIN WENDY LAWTON'S "AFRICAN SAFARI" GRAND TOUR #105/350; TRUNK WITH CAMERA AND ADDITIONAL CLOTHING. Doll - had never been removed from box until it was photographed for this sale. Trunk - contains (2) prs. of leather shoes (unopened), portfolio case, straw hat, tripod camera, misc. clothing inc. ballgown.

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Various electrical items, to include an MP3 playe

Lot 837: Various electrical items, to include an MP3 playe

by Golding Young & Mawer

April 1, 2015, 10:00 AM GMT

Grantham, United Kingdom

Description: Various electrical items, to include an MP3 player, 9.5cm high, Laserline CD case, camera bag, etc. (a quantity)

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Two Eastern folding knives and a Praktica

Lot 528: Two Eastern folding knives and a Praktica "Super T

by Island Auction Rooms

April 14, 2015, 11:00 AM GMT

Shanklin, United Kingdom

Estimated Price: £30 - £50

Description: Two Eastern folding knives and a Praktica "Super T L" Camera with zoom lens

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Vintage Zeiss Ikon Netter 75mm Pocket Camera

Lot 247: Vintage Zeiss Ikon Netter 75mm Pocket Camera

by Prescott Valley Consignment Auction

April 3, 2015, 6:00 PM MST

Prescott Valley , AZ, USA

Description: Cant check shutter without cable. Bellows in good condition. Novar-Anastigmat. 1:6,3 f=75mm. Untested.

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1910 Kodak No# 2-A Folding Cartridge Camera

Lot 50: 1910 Kodak No# 2-A Folding Cartridge Camera

by Prescott Valley Consignment Auction

April 3, 2015, 6:00 PM MST

Prescott Valley , AZ, USA

Description: Uses No# 116 film. Bellows are in very nice condition. Shutter works fine. Untested. In good used physical condition.

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Used Minolta 3000i & 5000i 35mm Camera Lot Of 2

Lot 118: Used Minolta 3000i & 5000i 35mm Camera Lot Of 2

by Prescott Valley Consignment Auction

April 1, 2015, 6:00 PM MST

Prescott Valley , AZ, USA

Description: Untested. Both have straps and Zoom lenses. Unable to test shutters without batteries. In good physical condition.

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Full and Graphic Story of the Great Fight - Burns v Johnson, pub. Boxing Magazine, London 1908. 32 pages.

Lot 64: Full and Graphic Story of the Great Fight - Burns v Johnson, pub. Boxing Magazine, London 1908. 32 pages.

by Lawsons

2015

Australia

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Description: Full and Graphic Story of the Great Fight - Burns v Johnson, pub. Boxing Magazine, London 1908. 32 pages.

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Burns v Johnson - Full and Graphic Story of The Great Fight. Booklet not dated but c.1909

Lot 383: Burns v Johnson - Full and Graphic Story of The Great Fight. Booklet not dated but c.1909

by Lawsons

2015

Australia

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Description: Burns v Johnson - Full and Graphic Story of The Great Fight. Booklet not dated but c.1909

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Antique Tin with

Lot 1500: Antique Tin with "Little Piggy's" Graphics

by Showtime Auction Services

April 11, 2015, 9:00 AM EST

Ann Arbor, MI, USA

Estimated Price: $50 - $75

Description: Antique Tin with "Little Piggy's" graphics on lid. Somers Bros. Fine Metal Boxes, Brooklyn, NY. Patent 1879. Minor dents and scratches. 4 X 2 1/4 X 6 inches.

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Original 1950s Buenos Aires Argentina Air Travel Poster

Lot 337: Original 1950s Buenos Aires Argentina Air Travel Poster

by PosterConnection Inc.

April 25, 2015, 1:00 PM PST

San Francisco , CA, USA

Estimated Price: $280 - $500

Description: Camera Graphika (Studio). Aerolineas Argentinas - Buenos Aires. Offset ca. 1955. Size: 38.9 x 24.4 in. (99 x 62 cm). Printer: Blümlein, Frankfurt. Condition Details: (A-) small edge tears.

Condition Report: (A-) small edge tears

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Zeiss Ikon 1930s Small Box Vintage Film Camera

Lot 214: Zeiss Ikon 1930s Small Box Vintage Film Camera

by Showplace Antique & Design Center

April 12, 2015, 1:00 PM EST

New York, NY, USA

Estimated Price: $100 - $200

Description: A small box camera with a working shutter, made and marked by the German company Zeiss Ikon. Germany, c. 1930s; labeled "Box-Tengor" on the back. Dimensions: approx. 3-1/4" H x 2-1/2" W x 2" D.

Condition Report: Good overall; some wear to exterior, especially around corners.

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Kodak Ektra 35mm Camera & 50mm Ektar f1.9 Lens

Lot 3000: Kodak Ektra 35mm Camera & 50mm Ektar f1.9 Lens

by Holabird Western Americana

April 17, 2015, 8:00 AM PST

Reno, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $750 - $1,500

Description: One of most interesting cameras of the past is the Kodak Ektra. Its design and engineering are simply genius, with many features that existed on no other cameras at that time. "A precision miniature camera developed to fill the gap left by drying-up of supplies of German Leica and Contax cameras in World War Two. As well as a very accurate long-base coupled rangefinder, it included a number of innovative and original features, including interchangeable film backs, and automatic finder and parallax adjustment for the six Ektra lenses." The Kodak Ektra Camera was manufactured by the Eastman Kodak Company from 1941 to 1948. Designed as a quality 35mm rangefinder camera. It had many features including interchangeable lens, interchangeable backs, built in zoom finder, and coated lens. A focal plane shutter mechanism with a unique settings feature for high and low speeds, capable of 1/1000 to 1 second, however the shutters were unreliable. Typically found with f1.95 / 50mm lens, but many options were available ranging Lenses from 35 to a long 153 mm. This camera comes with the standard 50mm Ektar f1.9 lens and a high/low level angle finder, as well as the original manual. From the collection of Don Dondero. City: State: Circa: 1943

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Leo Jahn Dietrichstein, timeless portugal, with artist stamp, signed

Lot 111: Leo Jahn Dietrichstein, timeless portugal, with artist stamp, signed

by Jahn Gallery

April 12, 2015, 8:00 PM GMT

Wien, Austria

Estimated Price: €250 - €350

Description: Leo Jahn Dietrichstein (1911-1984), Austrian Timeless Portugal book with 80 photos by leo jahn Dietrichstein published by the Süddeutscher Verlag, München 1957 German, English, French with artist stamp, signed size: 8.5 x 10.6 inch Leopold Jahn (artist name Leo Jahn-Dietrichstein), *30.3.1911, †1.11.1984, in Vienna, Austria, was a multisided gifted teacher and artist. He studied Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Art in the college of education. In 1939 he was sent to Russia by the army. In the Crimea (Krim) he was wounded and was sent back home. (fotos from this time are in possession of the "Heeresgeschichtliche Museum" - museum of army history) By the end of the war he walked by foot from Jugoslavia to Eastern Tyrol, where his wife and his son Klaus Leopold, born 1942 stayed In 1946 his second son Kurt Georg was born. Leopold Jahn started to work as photographer, painter and graphic artist (when he was only 10 years old he built a camera on his own and with this camera he shot his first photo) and he published a book with photos from Eastern Tyrol. With his photos and his paintings he took part in several exhibitions together with other artists and he also had many single exhibitions. 1951 he and his family went back to Vienna, where he started to work as a teacher again, but continued to work also as a photographer and painter. He took photos from Vienna after the war (Nachkriegs-Wien). He shot some spectacular photos from the renovation of the almost completely ruined St. Stephans-cathedral (Stefansdom). He was asked to do so by the office of monument-protection (Denkmalschutzamt) - (this photos are in the "Wien-Museum", museum of Vienna) As an artist he of course made photos of his artist friends. Some of them are: Prof. Carl Unger, painter; Heinz Leinfellner, sculptor; Prof. Wander Bertoni, sculptor; Maria Biljan-Pilger, ceramicist; Peter Perz, designer und graphic artist; Lotte Prohfos, painter; Helmut Leherb, painter and sculptor, one of the founder of the school of phantastic realism (Schule des Phantastischen Realismus); Kurt Moldovan, graphic artist and painter; Rudolf Hoflehner, painter and sculptor; Roland Pleterski, fashion photographer; Friedrich Kurrent, Professor and architectual theoretician (Architekturtheoretiker). His photos from these artists are in the museum of Vienna (Wien-Museum) In 1957 he published a book about Portugal and in 1973 a book about Ludwig Boltzmann in the publishing company youth and folk (Verlag Jugend und Volk). He took Photos for catalogues, made photo reportages of the Balkan peninsula and Italy. He also worked for the "Österreich Illustrierte" (an Austrian newspaper), the Upper-Austrian news (Oberösterreichische Nachrichten), the Austrian publishing company (den Österreichischen Verlag), radio Austria (Radio Österreich), and also for the Agentur Magnum and the southgerman publishing company (Süddeutschen Verlag). Until his retirement he worked as a teacher of art, mathematics and chemics in public schools in Vienna. Then he got very interested in Macrophotographie. He was most interested in chemical substances and the form of crystals within this substances and he took the most amazing photos. With this he worked together with large industrial companies, like Schoeller-Bleckmann, Wagner Biro and others. --- Leo Jahn Dietrichstein (1911-1984) Zeitloses Portugal Buch mit 80 Aufnahmen von Leo Jahn Dietrichstein Herausgeber Süddeutscher Verlag, München 1957 Deutsch ,Engisch, Französisch Signiert, datiert 60 Größe: 21,6 x 27 cm Leopold Jahn (Künstlername Leo Jahn-Dietrichstein), *30.3.1911, †1.11.1984, in Wien, war ein vielseitig begabter Lehrer und Künstler. Er besuchte die Lehrerbildungsanstalt mit Schwerpunkt Mathematik, Physik, Chemie und Kunsterziehung. 1939 wurde er zur Wehrmacht eingezogen und nach Russland abkommandiert. In der Krim wurde er verwundet und nach Hause zurück geschickt. (seine Fotos aus dieser Zeit befinden sich im Heeresgeschichtlichen Museum, Wien) Nach Kriegsende ging er zu Fuß von seiner Stationierung in Jugoslawien nach Osttirol, wohin seine Familie während des Krieges verlegt worden war. Sein Söhne wurden1942, Klaus Leopold und1946, Kurt Georg geboren. Er arbeitete als Fotograph, Maler und Graphiker (schon mit 10 Jahren hatte er sein erstes Foto mit einer selbstgebauten Kamera gemacht) und veröffentlichte einen Fotoband über Osttirol, nahm an verschiedenen Ausstellungen teil und hatte auch mehrere Einzelausstellungen. 1951 kehrte er mit seiner Familie nach Wien zurück. Er wurde in den Schuldienst wieder eingestellt, arbeitete aber weiterhin als Fotograf. Er fotografierte das Nachkriegswien. Aus dieser Zeit gibt es u.a. spektakuläre Fotos von der Renovierung des Stefansdoms. (Fotos im Wien-Museum) Als Künstler fotografierte er natürlich auch seine Künstlerfreunde und Künstlerfreundinnen, wie Prof. Carl Unger, Maler; Heinz Leinfellner, Bildhauer; Prof. Wander Bertoni, Bildhauer;Maria Biljan-Pilger, Keramikerin; Peter Perz, Designer und Graphiker; Lotte Prohfos, Malerin; Helmut Leherb, Maler und Bildhauer, Mitbegründer der Schule des Phantastischen Realismus; Kurt Moldovan, Graphiker und Maler; Rudolf Hoflehner, Maler und Bildhauer; Roland Pleterski, Modefotograf; u.v.a. Diese Fotos befinden sich im Wien-Museum. Er fotografierte für Kataloge, machte Fotoreportagen über den Balkan und Italien. 1957 veröffentlichte er ein Buch über Portugal. Er arbeitete für die Österreich Illustrierte, die Oberösterreichischen Nachrichten, den Österreichischen Verlag, Radio Österreich, für die Agentur Magnum und für den Süddeutschen Verlag. 1973 veröffentlichte er ein Buch über Ludwig Boltzmann im Verlag Jugend und Volk. Bis zu seiner Pensionierung blieb er im Schuldienst der Stadt Wien. Danach beschäftigte er sich vor allem mit Macrofotographie. Die Kristallbildung chemischer Substanzen interessierte ihn besonders. In diesem Zusammenhang arbeitete er mit großen Industriebetrieben, wie Schoeller-Bleckmann, Wagner Biro, etc. zusammen.

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Leica IIIg Camera Body

Lot 3059: Leica IIIg Camera Body

by Holabird Western Americana

April 17, 2015, 8:00 AM PST

Reno, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $900 - $1,200

Description: Leica IIIg Camera Body Serial Number 877605 Introduced in 1957, three years after Leica's first bayonet-mount camera the M3, the IIIG was to be the final chapter in screw-mount bodies. It was, however, the first screwmount to have the shutter speeds progress geometrically which greatly facilitated exposure calculation. Although over 39,000 were made during its 10 year production, only 13 were issued in the last seven years of that run. Model: Leica IIIG Body Type: Rangefinder Material: Metal, leather cover Viewfinder Frames: 50mm and 90mm Preview: No Compatible Lenses: 39mm screwmount Shutter Speeds: 1 sec to 1/1000th sec Flash Sync: 1/50th sec Flash Connection Type: terminal Motor Capable: No Meter: None Dimension: 5.35 x 2.75 x 1.25 inches Weight: .7 lb Years Produced: 1957 Country of Origin: German The screw-mount LEICA IIIf is significantly smaller and lighter than any Leica M camera. The LEICA IIIg is often quieter than LEICA M cameras, so in other words, it does what they do best, but even better. It is many times quieter than the noisy digital LEICA M9. The IIIg weighs only two-thirds as much as a typical LEICA M. It weighs only half as much as most DSLRs, and less than one-third what a pro DSLR weighs, and delivers better image quality. It is the same shape as LEICA M cameras, but is it slightly smaller in every dimension. LEICA M cameras are bigger than screw-mount cameras, and digital M cameras have gotten even slightly bigger. The LEICA IIIg is an excellent sixty-year old camera. It sold for the equivalent of $3,500 in its day. Facts, like "1/1,000 second shutter speed" or "longer rangefinder base length," are facts, but subjective observations, like "easy to use" must be taken from your own point of view. From the collection of Don Dondero. Check out the major part of Dondero's collection, available at auction, at: www.fhwac.com City: State: Circa:

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An Arthur E. Arling Camera Light Meter, Circa 1930s.

Lot 89118: An Arthur E. Arling Camera Light Meter, Circa 1930s.

by Heritage Auctions

April 18, 2015, 1:00 PM PST

Beverly Hills, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $1,000 - $1,500

Description: An Arthur E. Arling Camera Light Meter, Circa 1930s. A 'Weston Master II Universal Exposure Meter,' model 735, serial number 5133025, housed in its own brown leather case; used by the cinematographer when he worked on "Gone With The Wind" as an uncredited camera operator; he later went on to win an Academy Award for 'Best Cinematography, Color' for the 1946 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer film, "The Yearling." (Please note the case is in worn condition due to age and use.) 4" x 3" x 1"

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CAMERA

Lot 246: CAMERA

by P55 Art and Auctions

March 31, 2015, 9:00 PM GMT

Porto, Portugal

Estimated Price: €30 - €39

Description: North American, by "Kodak", " Brownie six 20 " model produced in England between 1934 and 1945. Signs of use. In its original leather casing with defects and signs of ware. Dim.:14 x 9 x 12 cm.

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