Bausch & Lomb 1902 Camera

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Bausch & Lomb 1902 Camera

Unread postby Old Hydro » Wed Sep 19, 2012 11:40 am

Does anyone have an idea what a "intact 1902 Bausch & Lomb tripod camera" might be and the value? -- There is an auction coming in a small town over the mountain from me this weekend and its on the list of things being auctioned.

I might go and bid if its something special that ought to be saved. I've searched the internet and found nothing that enlightened me.

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Re: Bausch & Lomb 1902 Camera

Unread postby Dusty » Wed Sep 19, 2012 4:08 pm

IIRC, there were various large format early models that had built in tripods. This is probably one of these. The old camera shop I used to frequent had one in the window. I have no idea of it's value, but he wouldn't sell it.

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