<p>The company was there c1911-1915. 1033 address is no longer present on 16th in Denver. Definite bit of history :)<br>
Eugene from Denver</p>
<p>Or you can search google for <br>
"canon 7" "price guide"<br>
It should give you a general idea</p>
<p>The last one is 2005-2006.<br>
The newer one is still "in production".</p>
<p>Looks great! I know Holger Schult has one too, but seems like there is no additional info on his site either.</p>
<p>Felipe, check "collectiblend", there are at least 5 completed "hammer" auction prices listed for Topcon RE Super, along with the condition of...
<p>Mike, don't forget to take a good photos of your cameras from various sides, your eBay description will benefit from this.</p>
<p>Can't confirm this. From what I see, prices are dropping for most of the 35mm cameras, even for somewhat collectible ones. The only prices...
<p>Of course they are!<br>
They are even in the first edition of this guide from 1974.<br>
Page 25, out of 57 pages total :)</p>
<p>Vidax seems to be a really good find. Only 80 cameras were produced. I haven't seen manuals for these.</p>
<p>Seems like it. If you wait long enough it may get to the center of the lens.</p>
<p>JDM, seems like your Argus A is one of the earliest ones. S/N less than 10K?</p>
<p>Jim, if yours is a rangefinder, $30 was a really good deal!<br>
If not, that sounds about right for the camera in average condition.</p>
<p>Besides what JDM just said, I'd be selling these items separately, not as a lot. Usually it's more profitable for the seller.</p>
<p>Olympus Pen F and Pen FT both had endoscope/microscope versions.</p>
<p>Another camera for "gloves-on" usage is Russian FED "Siberia". It has tall controls, raised tripod socket. No one knows for sure if there are...
<p>It is Marvel, right. Usually they have a name imprinted on the top handle, but your camera is missing one.<br>
021 I and II models have two easily distinguished features: different exposure meters. Both I and II marked as IIIc.<br>
028 has a...
<p>The IIIc models do have several "versions": 021 (I and II), 028 and 028/N (I don't think you have this one though, but who knows).<br>
<p>I don't think it's going to be too far from the starting bid price. 40,000€ max.<br>
I know of a 1992 auction for the Lancaster Watch...
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