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Vintage lot, Voitlander, Mercury 2, and more! - $150 (Marion)

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This lot features a Voitlander Vitessa famous for its “barn door” lens, the bellows is clean and in good shape with no visible holes or cracks. It’s early 1960s and working but needs to be cleaned as it’s a little stiff.
The Mercury 2 is 1950s I believe, ant it works like a charm. Just look at it, what else can I say?
The Falcon and Man-Crest are bakealite (spelling?) cameras from the 1950s and both work. Again these are great looking cameras.
The Zeiss Conteflex is super clean and works great and again the 1960s style is iconic.
The Realist looks great and works as well.
The last two are 8mm movie cameras. The Holiday is out of the box clean and the crank moves smoothly. Clean lenses rotate smoothly on the turret. You could use this no problem. I won’t even mention how good it looks again coming from the 1960s.
Last is a 1920s 8mm model from Ansco Risdon, the wind up motor still works unfortunately the lens is missing. Still a great early piece.
I’m at $150 with the old crate. Contact me if you have any questions.
Thanks Jeff H.

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