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

3001071 Condition: BC

Availability: Out of stock

About Conditions

New, Never open, Never used.


Like new, just sign of wear.


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


Many sign of use, few small scratches or dents.


Heavy useed, noticeable scratches or dents.


Defective, missing parts, for study.

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

  • 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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