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RE: Prized Possessions - 3
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Just a tip for anyone who wants a picture frame. Don't go to town. Have a look around a few charity shops, you may well find a suitable frame with another picture in it. You will get one dead cheap just swap the pictures. PS don't forget Gift Aid. SB
, Thu Jul 15, 2010 6:51 am
This is another item which was left in a cardboard box after a fair had packed up, it's a corner shelf made of wood and plaster, I am going to repair it and then regild it, and then £200 of any ones money.
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Here are a couple of Kodak folding cameras I aquired a few years ago.
The one on the left is a Junior Six-20 with Twindar Lens made between 1934 and 1940, it uses 620 size film. The one on the right is a Canadian made No. 2A Autographic Brownie with B&L Lens made in1920, it uses 116 size film and has a window in the back, along with an attached scriber, so that the photographer can write a short note onto the back of the film to identify the shot. Thus the name Autographic.
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