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Rare Agfa Box 'Version 1' Box Camera 120 Film Roll c. 1930
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Rare Agfa Box 'Version 1' Box Camera 120 Film Roll c. 1930

The size of Camera: 5 1/2" Long x 3" Wide x 4 1/4" High.
The weight: 570 grams
The Body: Metal made with ice crackle surface finish which is attractive.
The Condition. Shutter works fine. No lens missing. Interior of Box camera
Fine condition. It is easy to remove the interior section by unscrew the film
Spool knob and pull out, then remove the film cartridge unit.
The following site show How to use and load film.
//www.cameramanuals.org/agfa_ansco/ansco_antar_2a_box.pdf
It is basically same for this camera I believe.
Camera never tested to take photo but it should work.
This is rare AGFA Box Camera”Version1” 120 Film Roll Medium Format c. 1930.
The following information from,
The Kodak Collection at the National Media Museum, Bradford
Science Museum Group Collection
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MADE: c. 1930 in Berlin
MAKER: Agfa
Agfa Box Camera for 120 rollfilm 2 1/4 x 3 1/4", made by Agfa in Germany around 1930.

Agfa produced a number of box cameras between 1930 and the 1950s, in varying sizes and styles.
Most of them were basic leather-covered metal or cardboard box cameras with a simple lens and shutter.

This Agfa box camera appear at
The Kodak Collection at the National Media Museum, Bradford
Science Museum Group Collection
//collection.sciencemuseumgroup.org.uk/objects/co8210890/agfa-box-camera-box-camera-rollfilm-camera
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