Puck - Antique and Vintage Cameras

Puck

1925

Thornton-Pickard Manufacturing Co. Ltd

Altrincham

England

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Lens:
Meniscus lens behind shutter.

Shutter:
Sector T & I.

Construction:
Wood covered in brown leatherette with a crocodile pattern.

Format:
8, 2 " x 3 " exposures on APM 225 or Rajar 25 roll-film (Kodak size 120).

Focusing:
None.

Attributes:
Two reflecting finders. Film advance indicated by red window.

This is an early model of the Puck with hinges on the same side as the film advance knob. The method of opening the camera is unusual, the back and one side are hinged to the rest of the body and open to give access to the spool holders. On later models the hinge is near the front of the camera and on the opposite side to the film advance knob. Similar cameras were sold by APM which were probably made by Thornton-Pickard.

References & Notes:
BJA 1926, p. 48. Holliday, Thornton-Pickard Cameras & Equipment, p. 46.

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