Single Dark-slides - Antique and Vintage Cameras

Ensign Cameo

Houghtons Ltd

London

England

Image of

Format:
2 " x 3 ".

Notes:
Four slides in two envelopes.

With:
4 Ensign cut-film holders.

Little Nipper

1920s

W. Butcher & Son

London

England

Construction:
Cardboard and metal.

Format:
4.5 x 6 cm.

Notes:
The Little Nipper (not the earlier falling plate model) was a simple box camera. It was advertised as suitable for children. The slides, which cost 6d, would not have stood much use.

With:
6 slides in box.

References & Notes:
Butcher's British Cameras, p. 34.

C.P. Goerz

Berlin

Germany

Format:
9 x 12 cm.

Notes:
Three leather covered slides.

Scott's Patent Dark Slide

1891

Image of Scott's Patent Dark Slide

Format:
3 " x 4 ".

Notes:
Six wooden slides. Chadwick's address: 2 St Mary's St. Manchester.

The end of slide folds down to insert the plate, this was the subject of a patent by T. Scott and J. Davenport in 1891 (no. 5800), a separate patent was taken out in 1892 by Scott also for dark-slides. The slides were sold and promoted by W. I. Chadwick.

References & Notes:
Dark-slides.


Company Details:

Butcher & Son

Houghton

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