One of my neighbors, a widower, called and asked if I would be interested in her late fathers camera. She didn't actually know what it was all she said was that it was a folder bellows camera. She is in dire straights financially since the passing of her husband and I knew that she is only selling it because she needs the money but I didn't have the heart to tell her that I to am experiencing a negative cash flow. I told her to bring "it" over and I would take a look at it and try to give her an estimate to what it may be worth. When she showed up she dragged a large, green 70's era suite case from the trunk and I was thinking that she had a LF camera in there and my heart lept 'cause I have been looking for one. To my chagrin, when we opened the case it was full of older Polaroids an Olympus 35 EC-2, a Minolta AutoPak 450E 110, a couple of inexpensive 35mm cameras and this... A Rodenstock folder with a Rodenstock-Trinar-Anastigmat 1:2,9 f/75 using 120 film. This camera is beautiful except for a little fogging on the lens that may be cleaned up. THE PROBLEM: now I have a suite case full of cameras that I am not interested in and she told me that I can have the Rodenstock because she saw how I was with it but she asked that I help her sell all of the other cameras and me, being the sucker that I am, agreed to help (reluctantly). And now to the solution, would any of you be interested in some or all of these? She is not expecting to get rich she just needs a little help. I have pictures of the rest of the cameras and I think that at least one of them may be of interest to this group. The Polaroid Automatic 100 Land Camera is in good shape and it comes with a flash, I seem to remember something about this camera being converted to a M/LF camers, am I wrong? I would appreciate any help I can get with this situatuation before my wife beats me.