The Midg No.1 (Falling quarter plate camera) Box form Achromat lens F11

3001071 Condition: BC

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About Conditions
A

New, Never open, Never used.

AB

Like new, just sign of wear.

B

Few sign of use by terms, or good used condition.

BC

Many sign of use, few small scratches or dents.

C

Heavy useed, noticeable scratches or dents.

D

Defective, missing parts, for study.

Grading of condition is to represent the appearance. Other necessary things are describe.

Details
Details
  • It is a box camera made in England more than 100 years ago.
  • Made by Butcher & Son, the Midge series begins in 1902.
  • This machine is No 0, the size is about 10 x 18 x 21 cm dimension camera.
  • With the notch type, it will tilt the sheet film or dry plate glass after exposure.
  • The exposed surface is about 5 x 10 cm, and 7 plates are attached to this machine.
  • Up to 24 plate counters are displayed.
  • Although the vertical and horizontal finder has degradation, dust mixing, but there is a transparent feeling, it looks good.
  • Has not been test shooting with film loaded.
  • Handmade metal cap is attached.
  • Please look carefully and check with photos. You will get what you see in the pictures. 
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