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I do not use reCaptcha so there is no need for you to click on 15 fields showing cameras of a certain brand, traffic lights or pedestrian crossings and after you have managed all that, another 10 may show up to be dealt with, etc. To discourage robots sending automated messages to my mail box there is a simple question to be answered. Up till now that is amazingly effective and I hope not too much of a burden. Begin the requested answer with a capital, please. Of course you may try any wrong answer just for fun.
Quite often I am asked to value a Rolleiflex camera, to sell one or to repair someone’s camera. I am not in the trade and have not purchased or sold a classic camera for many years. If I would try to repair a camera, I would end up with quite a lot of left over parts. I am not the right person for such a job. For valuations I usually refer to this page:
Rolleiflex TLR Camera Price & Information Guide by Dan Colluci.
Mr Colluci does valuations. Please see his home page at Antique and Classic Cameras.
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