Wow a 1910 Brownie for sale!

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    Hey buddy I was going to buy these, gosh now the cat is outa the bag!
     
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    1910?!
    about 1950 ...

    maybe they belonged to someone famous,
    like humphry bogart or mae west
     
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    More like Eisenhower or Truman :smile:
     
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    If those sell I might just have a million bucks worth of old cameras to dump... I mean sell.
     
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    Recoverd from the Titanic?
     
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    Huh? Brownies existed c. 1910?? Really? :confused:
    And where to FleaBayer sellers get their grandoise descriptions and inflated costs from?
     
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    The ones in the OP look more 50s to 60s to me. The 40s variety were boxier.

    PE
     
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    Looks like the very first camera I ever had.
     
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    she changed the description once she realized what she had ... and seems like a very nice person ...
     
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    OK, I will give her credit for that. Many eBay sellers will not change a listed when confronted with documentation that they are wrong.