London, South Kensington
16 January 2001
Micro Technical camera no. 9649
M.P.P., England; 5 x 4 in., with a Polaroid back, flashgun, rollfilm back and double darkslides; copy instruction booklet and a quantity of MPP Users' Club Gazette, in a fitted leather case; a Carl Zeiss, Jena Tessar f/4.5 10.5cm. lens no. 1744780, a Schneider Angulon f/6.8 90mm. lens no. 6429233 and a Ross, London Telros f/6.3 17 in. lens no. 126283, each on lens panel, in a fitted wood box
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Condition: 4B(iii)Cosmetic: Normal use and wear. Mechanical: Apparently working. Lenses: Optics require cleaning/cloudy.
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