Restored Vintage Rangefinder Cameras by Anchors & Anvils (Argus, Graflex, Minolta)

March 20, 2014

Cameras have become as much a stylish accessory as they are useful tools. Just look at the guys carrying around Leicas without any real knowledge of photography. If you want a camera that looks as good as the pictures it takes, check out these restored vintage numbers from Anchors & Anvils. Each is restored by hand and recovered in 100% genuine mahogany and American walnut wood. The 35mm cameras are completely checked for functionality and all the parts have been cleaned up so you don’t just have to leave it on display as a piece of art.
More info and purchase details available HERE.

One Response to Restored Vintage Rangefinder Cameras by Anchors & Anvils (Argus, Graflex, Minolta)

  1. Garth Perry says:

    Argus C3 shown here has 2 problems I can see. The main one is the large, flat shutter release looks like the one on the Match-Matic rather that small post on my C3s. The shutter cocking lever should be positioned to the left as seen from the front, not towards the lens. Great looking camera.

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