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Saturday, 30 August 2008

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What a curious little box you have there Jim. Are the lines in the pic from scratches in the film emulsion? A thing like this could really transform your own backyard.

Looks like a music box.

Charlie

Jim's camera is a KW reflex made in Dresden in the 20's. Have a look:

http://www.retrography.com/kw.htm

Hi Jim, I think Your little jewel is from Kamerawerke Dresden and was made 80 to 90 years ago. 'DRP' translated to Deutsches Reichs Patent. Kamerawerke Dresden is still in business: http://www.kamera-werk-dresden.de/index_eng.htm .
They are manufacturing Noblex rotating pano cameras. - Jens

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