Camera, Folding

Production date
Circa 1810
Description
A large wood and brass Houghton "Duchess" folding camera with black bellows, a Busch Rapid Symmetrical F.8. lens and a Thornton Pickard Time and Instantaneous Shutter with a cord pull. " TIME & INST. / PATENT /THORNTON PICKARD " is marked on a circular panel on top of the wooden frame of the lens. " BUSCH RAPID SYMETRICAL F.8 " is marked around the edge of the lens. The camera came in a reinforced cloth bag in poor condition along with three wooden plate holders.
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Production date
Circa 1810
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This is a Houghton "Duchess" camera made between 1904 and about 1921. Many were sold with Thornton Pickard roller blind shutters. This camera was used by professional New Plymouth photographer William Andrew Collis.
Accession number
A68.699
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This is a Houghton "Duchess" camera made between 1904 and aprrox 1921. Many were sold with Thornton Pickard roller blind shutters.

- Ian on 16-10-2016 10:02:50

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