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All advice appreciated.
I recently inherited a number of cameras. I don't think they're a camera collection so much as a collection of cameras.
Now I want to sell them. I don't have much idea as to worth and what constitutes good/bad/indifferent condition. Ideally I'd sell them as a job lot, so I suppose it would have to be a dealer. Does anyone know any fair dealers in West London? Are any of these cameras of specific worth?
All feedback welcome.
Here's the list.
1) Plate camera, wooden carcass, no lens, no makers mark 2) Polaroid Instant 10, VGC, box and paperwork 3) Polaroid Colorpack 80, VGC, leather carrying case and paperwork 4) Cine-Kodak Model B-B Junior, with instructions 5) Kodak Brownie Six-20, Model C in canvas case 6) Kodak Brownie Six-20, Model E in canvas case 7) Kodak Brownie Junior super Six-20 in canvas case 8) Kodak Six-20 Brownie D 9) Kodak Brownie No. 2 (board body?), made in Canada 10) Popular Brownie in board case 11) Kodak Brownie 127 12) Kodak Instamatic 104 in leather carrying case 13) Kodak Instamatic 125 14) Miranda FM-Z 15) Kodak Elektra 12, original box and paperwork 16) Olympus Trip 35, soft leather case
17) Toshiba A-18 Electronic Flash Unit 18) Various flash bulbs
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