DeMoulin Trick Camera, c.1910-1930
Blair Hawk-Eye Detective, c.1891
Fallowfield's Facile Camera, c.1890
Shure Shot Detective Camera, c.1897
Argus 12-Shot Repeating Camera, c.1890
Nodark, c.1899
Antique Oak Detective Camera, early 1890s
Student No.1 Camera, late 1880s-1890s
Al-Vista No.5-F convertible camera. c.1901-10
1914 Prototype Multiplying Camera by Harvey T. Wing
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Blair Camera Co:
Hawkeye Detective Camera
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Ingersoll & Bro (Robert H.):
Shure Shot Detective Camera
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Popular Photograph Co:
Nodark Camera
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Wing (Harvey T.):
Prototype Multiplying Camera
DeMoulin Bros. & Co:
Trick Camera
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Multiscope & Film Company:
Al-Vista No.5-F
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Scovill & Adams Co:
Antique Oak Detective Camera
Fallowfield (Jonathan):
Facile Camera
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Perry Mason:
Argus Repeating Camera
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Student Camera Co:
Student No.1 Camera