APeM Box Camera
APeM (Amalgamated Photographic Manufacturers)
|Name:||Unnamed box camera|
|Manufacturer:||APeM (Amalgamated Photographic Manufacturers)|
|Country of Origin:||United Kingdom|
|Construction:||Wooden bodied camera; side loading.|
|Production Period:||1928 - 1929|
|Plate / Film Size:||APeM Rollfilm No 225 / Rajar Rollfilm No 25 (2¼ x 4¼)|
|Shutter:||Simple flip-flop shutter|
|Dimensions (h x l x w):|
|Date of this Example:|
The APeM Box Camera is a basic black box camera of wooden construction, but seems to be the body shell used by a number of others (e.g. Illingworth, Thornton Pickard Puck). It carries the triangular APeM triangular badge on front face.
The film details recorded in the table above are taken from a label inside the camera.
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This example shows light rusting inside and minor damage to corners - neither problem being particularly unusual in simple box cameras of this type and age.