This item has been shown 408 times.
This item here is an Antique J. H. Dallmeyer Camera 3D Patent Lens Late 1800's.This item is ingood condition as far as I can tell. Beautiful Brass J. H. Dallmeyer Lens marked 3. D Patent. No. 64890. Includes leather Lens Cap. Also includes camera stops marked F6, F8, F11, F16, F22, F32 & F45 with case (marked J.H. Dallmeyer Optician London) with matching no. 64890 (although stops marked 64828). Wood finish looks great. Lens opens and closes nicely. Bellows are in good condition too. Camera body opens and closes very good. Not sure if complete. Only markings are on the lens.Great for your collection!!
Buying as shown as is with no refunds.Includes all shown. Email me if you have specific questions or need more details.
$25 US Shipping. No International shipping due to lost and damaged packages. Any shipping and insurance overcharges will be promptly refunded. I'm not making money on shipping. If you only want the lens, other shipping arrangements can be made.
Payment is expected within 3 days from the end of the sale. I will report any non payers to . Other arrangements can be made if payment will be delayed. Thanks for your cooperation.
Buying as shown and described. Item(s) are sold "as is". NO Refunds so please ask questions to ensure you are receiving what you want.
Please email me if you have questions or further detailed descriptions.
On Jun-10-12 at 17:58:25 PDT, seller added the following information:
This was sent to me. Most probably already know this but for those who don't.
Hi. Your camera is called the "Columbian Multiplying Camera." It appears in the 1900-01 Catalogue of Photographic Sundries (page 11) by Jas. H. Smith. The catalog lists the 4x5 and 5x7 inch versions for $10 & $12 respectively. Smith was a photographic dealer located on 311 Wabash, Ave., Chicago, IL.
Thanks for the information.