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The Agfa/Ansco PD 16 Clipper camera was produced in
1938. This is the older version with the folding metal viewfinder.
This one is very attractive with black enamel and gold face plate
and telescoping lens. To use the camera, the square lens mount
must be gently pulled out and extended.

It used 616 film (a discontinued film size) and has one shutter speed
and one aperture opening. It may have had a "B" shutter speed as well as
the the Instant setting. There is a lever above the lens mount, that I suspect
is supposed to set the shutter to either instant or "B". If so, it isn't working.

This camera is in excellent condition.
The shutter does snap and the film advance works.
The face plate enamel is still rich and vibrant. The painted gold
pattern on the face plate has many tiny spots of missing paint.
There are very, very light surface abrasions on the smooth black
areas and on the rewind knobs and shutter lever.
There is some rust on the interior of the folding frame viewfinder and on
the hinge (between the front and back halves of the camera body).
A small edge area of lifting leatherette is visible on the underside.

The leather case is in very cosmetically worn condition, however, it's structurally
sound and has protected the camera well.

Your camera will be carefully packed and shipped priority mail with
delivery confirmation in the US and First class mail international.

Vintage Agfa/Ansco PD 16 Clipper Film Camera 1938 SALE