Ansco
Memo – 60/99

United States 1927 – Box Camera – 35 mm – Infrequent. The Ansco Memo is an unusual 35 mm half-frame box camera introduced in 1927 by Ansco. At first glance the Memo may look like nothing more than a simple box camera like so many others mass produced in the 1920s, but in reality, it … Read moreAnsco
Memo – 60/99

Ernemann
Ermanox – 12/99

Germany 1924 – Plate Camera – 6×4.5 Plates – Very Rare. The Ermanox cameras have achieved legendary status. Manufactured by Ernemann in Dresden in 1924, this camera brought a breakthrough by enabling low-light snapshots due to its remarkably bright optics. Its advertising of the time boasted, “Capture interiors, nighttime theater scenes… without using magnesium.” German … Read moreErnemann
Ermanox – 12/99

Kodak
Petite – 3/99

United States 1929 – Folding – 127 film – Rare. The Kodak Petite represents a beautifully colored iteration of Kodak’s iconic Vest Pocket (model B) camera. Its compact size and user-friendly design transformed this camera into a stylish accessory, while the array of available colors (blue, green, lavender & pink) rendered it a fashionable and … Read moreKodak
Petite – 3/99

Leica
Leica I (Mod.A) – 1/99

Germany 1927 – Compact 35 mm – Very Rare. The Leica I, also known as Model A, was introduced at the Leipzig trade show in 1925. It is believed that Oskar Barnack coined the name “Leica” (a fusion of “Leitz Camera”) during his work on this camera. The Leica I marked a revolutionary milestone, emerging … Read moreLeica
Leica I (Mod.A) – 1/99