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Working Camera, Clix Elite 120

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Super neat old Art Deco style, 120 format box camera! Made by the Metropolitan Industries of Chicago, Il., in the 1930's. Features two focal distances as well as a toggle between Time and Instant shutter speeds. Takes 120 film, widely available.

Face plate looks good but has a couple of tiny scratches, and a small spot of discoloration and a bit of soil - see pics. Some paint is missing to the ring around the lens. The sides of the body are pretty clean, with only one little spot of soil, and hand strap is intact. Shutter works, but there are two minor issues to the body. The ruby window is intact, but has been forced open a hair. Dark tape could fix this issue. Also, the back door panel fits snuggly, but the hinges are missing two tiny screws. So, when you remove it, instead of swinging open, it comes off completely. Not a big deal, but the two tiny screw holes probably need to be taped up as well, to keep the camera body light tight.

Takes 120 film, widely available

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Working Camera, Clix Elite 120


  • Vintage item from the 1930s
  • Materials: paperboard, leatherette, wood, glass, plastic
  • Ships worldwide from California, United States
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