different 442-db

2 years 4 weeks ago #2498 by dep


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    this machine was originally on a brass base.

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    2 years 4 weeks ago #2499 by tlharbin


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    your right, it looks great! was the mech domestic or was it German?

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    2 years 4 weeks ago #2500 by dep


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    It was domestic..I changed nothing about it mechwise.

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    2 years 4 weeks ago #2501 by tlharbin


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    cool...I've never seen a domestic one before now. I've seen a couple of German ones and contemplated changing one over since they also used base 10 but I never did.

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    2 years 4 weeks ago #2502 by rvkapp1


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    Found out that camera is spelled with a "k" in German.

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    2 years 4 weeks ago #2503 by dep


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    here are pics of the serial number tag and bottom of the drawer. (which I am not using anymore)--.Came from San francisco
    1909






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    2 years 4 weeks ago #2504 by dep


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    I googled J.F. Kinman and it seems he was in the 11th calvary in 1901. soon thereafter he became a photographer for the Sierra club taking pictures of yosemite and the San Franciso area. Hence he must of had a photography store of some sort. I'm still searching for info.

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