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    2 older cameras need help PLS!!

    I am new to this site and hope I am posting in the correct spot. I have recently obtained 2 older cameras and would like help identifying and possibly finding the value of them. I would like to thank all that reply and assist me, and hope to be a subscriber to this site. The first camera I have the original leather case booklet/instruction guide, and bulbs for the flash attachment. It is a Polaroid sx-70 land camera in mint condition and would like to know value. The second camera I cant seem to find anything on in a language I can read. Its has the leather case and on the camera it says Lumiere Anastigmat "Spector" F:105 that is near the lense. On theback of camera it says Ouvrir pour Enronler. I think its a 1940's European camera and its in good condition for its age and everything appears to work on it. Thanks again for any replies.
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    Second camera is likely a 6x9 from the 1930s.


    Kent in SD

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    Ouvrir pour Enronler = Open to enroll. In other words, open here to load film.

    It's a French camera, selling for 30-50 Euros on eBay.



 

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