Hi All,

I've had this sitting on a shelf for a few years and I don't use it much as I can't enlarge 6x9 negs.

So, I'm offering it for sale.

It is a Nagel Triumph made around 1929.
It takes 120 film and produces sharp contrasty images.
I've put a couple of rolls through it and had good success with it.
The only problem is that when I got it I noticed that the bellows were starting to separate from the body.
I used a small mount of black adhesive to mend this.
I've since put a roll through it and while the light leak has been largely minimized it could use a little more patching.
I'll leave that chore for the next owner.

The camera is in excellent shape for its age.
No rust that I can see and except for the problem mentioned the bellows are light tight.
Shutter sounds good and functions at all speeds.
The aperture lever moves very freely and the lens, a 10.5 cm F/6.3 Nagel-Anastigmat, is clear and unmarked.
Focus movement is very smooth.

It also comes with the original leather case.

More info here:
http://camerapedia.wikia.com/wiki/Nagel_Triumph

and here:

http://cameracollector.proboards.com/thread/6579

I'm asking $100USD.
Paypal only please and the buyer pays shipping.

If you have any questions ask away.

Thanks for looking,
Mike