Boys are always crazy for any thing relates to Mechanic or Electric, and this is the reason for collective this clock....

HMV portable Gramophones were normally black. Coloured portables are rare, the original purchase price was £7.50 compared with £7.00 for the black model. Only 50p difference, but when you consider weekly wages of £2 or £3 per week, it was only the wealthy who would pay extra for a coloured model....

The Nikon FM2 is an advanced semi-professional, interchangeable lens, 35 mm film, single-lens reflex (SLR) camera. It was manufactured by Nippon Kogaku K. K. (today Nikon Corporation) in Japan from 1982 to 2001. ...

A very fine set of antique German brass lever action postage scales, the disk to the top marked with German postal rates for letters up to 50 grams in weight, dating to the early 20th Century, circa 1920....

Ensign Selfix was a long-running range of folding cameras made by Houghton-Butcher and its successors — part of an extensive series of Ensign cameras....

HMV portable Gramophones were normally black. Coloured portables are rare, the original purchase price was £7.50 compared with £7.00 for the black model. Only 50p difference, but when you consider weekly wages of £2 or £3 per week, it was only the wealthy who would pay extra for a coloured model....

The original form of a balance consisted of a beam with a fulcrum at its center. For highest accuracy, the fulcrum would consist of a sharp V-shaped pivot seated in a shallower V-shaped bearing. ...

The MTL 3 has a metal curtain shutter. It moves vertically and is likely to work some 25 years after its production. ...

Zorkis were made in Moscow, starting with the Zorki-1, in 1948. The Zorki-1 was a copy of the Leica II rangefinder, from the early 1930s, and indeed if you are thinking of buying one of those, check carefully that it didn’t start out life as a Zorki. They look almost identical even before they have been modified, and you’re better...

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