Auction Items

Two Private Collections; Vintage Cameras and Wrenn Model Trains

  • Lot 114 | Two Private Collections; Vintage Cameras and Wrenn Model Trains  | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 114

    A Rare Vintage German Reflex Korelle 120 Film Camera made by Franz Kochman Circa 1935; one of the earliest 6 x 6 cm single lens reflex cameras, with it's original leather case [in working condition].

    Estimated sale price: £80 - £160

  • Lot 115 | Two Private Collections; Vintage Cameras and Wrenn Model Trains  | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 115

    A Vintage Zeiss Ikon Box-Tengor 120 Film Camera type 54 Circa 1933-39 with black velvet lined leather case [shutter works, winder 'T-bar' replaced].

    Estimated sale price: £10 - £20

  • Lot 116 | Two Private Collections; Vintage Cameras and Wrenn Model Trains  | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 116

    Three Kodak Box Brownies: The largest one a No. 3 Brownie model B with patent marks up to Mar 21 1916, film size 124 giving a picture size of 3¼'' x 4¼'' complete with wooden take-up spool [working shutter]. An English-made Portrait Hawkeye No 2 120 Film Camera, late 1920's [shutter working], and an American No 2 Hawkeye [A/F].

    Estimated sale price: £10 - £20

  • Lot 117 | Two Private Collections; Vintage Cameras and Wrenn Model Trains  | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 117

    Three Vintage 1930's and 40's Sub Miniature Cameras: A German made Zeiss Ikon Baby Box Tengor, an English Kodak Hawkeye Ace de Luxe, and an American Kodak Bakelite Baby Brownie Special, with cloth case [All using 127 film, all with working shutters].

    Estimated sale price: £20 - £40

  • Lot 118 | Two Private Collections; Vintage Cameras and Wrenn Model Trains  | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 118

    Three Vintage Kodak Cameras from the late 1940's: An English made Kodak Duaflex Circa 1949, with Aluminium Alloy body, plastic part front cover and lid-less card box. And two Bakelite Brownie Flash Cameras; one made in France with a leather case, the other with a cloth case [All use 620 film, all shutters work].

    Estimated sale price: £20 - £40

  • Lot 119 | Two Private Collections; Vintage Cameras and Wrenn Model Trains  | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 119

    Four Vintage Coronet Cameras from the 1950's; The 'Consul; Box Camera Circa 1950-56. Two 'Flashmasters' in bakelite Circa 1954. And a 'Victor' also in bakelite Circa 1955, (takes 127 film) which comes with original plastic case.

    Estimated sale price: £20 - £40

  • Lot 120 | Two Private Collections; Vintage Cameras and Wrenn Model Trains  | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 120

    Three Vintage Ensign Ful-Vue Cameras. The earliest model dating from 1946 taking 120 film. The second dating from 1950, now with flash socket and with instructions manual, also taking 120 film. The third a Ful-Vue 'Super' dating from 1954, taking 620 film [All shutters fire].

    Estimated sale price: £30 - £60

  • Lot 121 | Two Private Collections; Vintage Cameras and Wrenn Model Trains  | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 121

    A Vintage Kodak Autographic Vest Pocket Folding Camera Circa 1915-26 [shutter working], a Kodak No 1 Pocket Folding Camera, Circa 1920 [lacking lens, A/F], both with worn leather cases. And a Kodak Brownie 127 Plastic Camera Circa 1952 with cloth case [shutter works].

    Estimated sale price: £20 - £40

  • Lot 122 | Two Private Collections; Vintage Cameras and Wrenn Model Trains  | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 122

    Three Vintage American Sub Miniature Cameras; A Univex Model AF-2 Circa 1936 with folding bellows [shutter fires]. A Univex Model A plastic camera Circa 1933, using Univex No 00 roll film, with original card box and instructions [shutter works]. And a Falcon Bakelite Camera using 127 film [shutter not working].

    Estimated sale price: £20 - £40

  • Lot 123 | Two Private Collections; Vintage Cameras and Wrenn Model Trains  | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 123

    Three Vintage V.P. Twin Sub-Miniature Plastic Cameras made by E. Elliott Ltd England. Two with metal plate fronts circa 1950's, the other plain model launched earlier from 1935 onwards [The latter missing 'Red windows', all the shutters fire, comes with one card box and a set of instructions, and one cloth bag].

    Estimated sale price: £10 - £20



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