Monday, March 10, 2014

Vintage Cameras and Spring Mantle

Showcasing some thrifted vintage cameras and adding a bit of early spring colour mixed with the cameras on my hutch shelves.


These personal collectibles are mostly thrifted.

It is fun to pull out collections and group and regroup until a happy balance is found.


The movie camera is heavy, solid, beautiful and still has a bit of sound when the button to record is pushed. I know nothing about this camera, just that it is a collectible treasure.



The Argus has the manual and the holder for a flash. 
The Asahiflex was is in good working order perhaps 10 years ago but since I no longer use film I haven't recently tested it.



 A very small fold out camera with a very disintegrated cloth accordion, needs very careful handling just to keep it as it is. A sweet little treasure.



The two Agfa beauties are fairly good condition. My favourite is the larger with the little folding foot that holds the front in place.


The three sizes (below) together. I can only wonder who owned them and how they were used.


Lovely treasures.
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DGS game me some pretty wax and ice decorations he made and a 'Family' mushroom because "I love green and family".





You just have to smile and share a little love.

Thanks for visiting. 
Next post is March 13th at 7:00 am

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8 comments:

  1. Those cameras are a real treasure! I remember my grandma's camera that had a flash, and the little light bulb would melt each time she took a flash photo. How easy it is now to use a digital camera and upload our photos from the camera card!

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  2. good morning Joy ... you have some wonderful treasures. Your cameras are a real treasures. I never even look at them at sales because I know nothing about them, but you sure have a treasured collection. Love that you included the family treasures too.
    Blessings,
    Audrey Z. @ Timeless Treasures

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  3. Wow, I can't even imagine finding so many cameras! Love the wax thingies :)

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  4. What a unique collection! I love it when bloggers let their personalities and interests shine through with unusual things, and I like how you have the cameras displayed!

    Linking from Mod Mix Monday,
    Ricki Jill

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  5. What a wonderful collection of old cameras you have! I've never seen wax and ice drippings before - they are awesome looking! Thanks for sharing at Knick of Time Tuesday!

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  6. lovely vignette! I really enjoy seeing how you put things together--the cameras are so fresh!

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  7. Oh my those cameras are something else! :) So interesting to see ...

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  8. HI Joy,
    Love this post! My sister and I just found a drawer full of our Dad's old cameras and decided to display them when you posted...so many ideas...thank you! Happy (almost) Spring, Cheryl

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Thanks for visiting. I read and appreciate all your comments. Joy

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