Universal Vintage Iron made by the Edison Electric Company – $22.45
This Universal iron measures approximately 7 x 4 inches, has a wooden handle and is in
good used condition. Possible circa late 1930s, made in the U.S.A. by Landers, Frary,
and Clark. Sold as a collectible and sold as is.
Hotpoint Vintage Iron made by the Edison Electric Company – $22.45
This Hotpoint iron measures 7 x 4 inches, has a wooden handle and is in good used
condition. Possible circa late 1930s, made in the U.S.A. by Edison Electric Company.
Sold as a collectible and sold as is.
Kodak Senior Six-20 Kodamatic Antique Camera – $58.45
The Kodak Senior Six – 20 was made in the 1930s has an art deco look, the Kodamatic
Shutter and takes 620 film. The camera is in good condition, all buttons, knobs, dials
move freely. the shutter fires – no further testing was performed. This Antique
Kodak Camera is used, sold as a collectible and sold as is.
Argus Flash Adapter – $18.45
Argus Flash adapter circa early 1960s is in good used condition, sold as a collectible
and sold as is. Space between the connectors is approx 5/8 inch, no testing was
Argus 75 Flash Adapter – $18.45
Argus 75 Flash adapter circa late 1950s is in good used condition, sold as a
collectible and sold as is. Space between the connectors is approx 1 inch, no testing
Morse Sewing Machine Attachments – $18.45
Vintage Morse Sewing Machine Attachments, good used condition, sold
as collectibles and sold as is.
Bell and Howell 8mm Electric Eye Movie Camera – $67.45
Vintage 8mm Bell and Howell Electric Eye Movie Camera, circa approx late 1950s. This
unique Bell and Howell 8mm camera is made of metal and has a Comar F 1.8 Zoom Lens, a
pistol grip and 1 empty film spool. This movie camera is in good condition, all
levers, buttons, dials, knobs and triggers move freely, the camera winds and engages
when the triggers are pushed, no further testing was performed. This collectible
camera is used, sold as a collectible and sold as is.
Argus M3 Cinetronic Turret Movie Camera – $76.45
Argus M3 Cinetronic 8mm Turret Movie Camera waS manufactured around 1961. The camera
lenses are – Argus f1.9 10mm, f1.9 wide-angle 6.5mm, and f1.9 telephoto 25mm. This
vintage Argus movie camera is in very good age specific condition. The camera wound
and fired, all knobs, buttons, dials and levers moves freely, no further testing was
performed. Inside the camera is an enpty film spool and a full film spool. This scarce
Argus M3 is used, sold as a collectible and sold as is.
Weston Foot Candle Meter Model 614 – $197.45
The Weston Electrical Instruments Inc Model 614 was made (guess) around the mid 1930s
and is the Selenium cell type. There’s a large sensor, analog meter and a simple
scale switch. The instructions are on the inside cover, the outside cover has a few
stickers from the labs that used it in the past (Rockwell and IBM). The case is
Bakelite and it has a leather carry strap. This cool meter is in good condition, when
the sensor was exposed to light the needle appeared to move a little. This rare Weston
foot candle meter is used, sold as a collectible and sold as is.
Collectible Vintage Matchbook Covers – $9.45
Great collection of assorted vintage collectible matchbook covers. What you see is
what you will receive. These cool covers are sold as collectibles and sold as is.
Antique Universal Deluxe Sewing Machine – $124.95
This good looking old Universal Standard DeLuxe Sewing Machine sn DY39795 was made in
Japan in the 1930s. The wheel and needle move freely by hand – no further testing
was done and machine is priced accordingly. Includes Sewing Machine in very good
visual condition, Foot Pedal and Plug Receptacle Box in fair condition, the wire have
become brittle and cracked with age. This awesome vintage sewing machine is
used, sold as a collectible and sold as is.
Sony Pro DXC-1800 Video Camera Collectible – $243.45
The Sony DXC-1800 was the latest evolution of the Sony single tube professional camera
line and the first departure from the Trinicon tube by using a more sophisticated
2/3-inch Saticon Tube instead. The camera’s physical design was considered radically
new by using microprocessor technology to control many system functions such as automatic
beam optimization, digital white balance, automatic black level, automatic iris and
operator warnings. It had the best picture of any single tube camera at that time with
300 lines resolution and a 48 db signal-to-noise ratio. The price was about $5,000 in the
early 1980s. This Sony Pro Camera is in ok to fair condition with some scuffs and
blemishes from what appears to have been heavy use, the included hard plastic case is in
good condition. All buttons, switches and dials turn freely. This vintage Sony video
camera is untested, used, sold as a collectible and sold as is.