The ultimate vintage camera collection for sale on eBay

I came across this camera collection listing on eBay that consists of 600 Zeiss, Nikon, Leica, Canon, Rollei, Kodak and other cameras from the 1880-1980 period. The price for the entire lot is $34,900 (you can also make an offer) -  basically you can open your own camera museum for $35k... Here is the detailed description:

"This is a collection of approximately 600 cameras ranging in age from 1880 to 1980. It includes Kodaks, Ikontas, Canon, Nikon, Leica, Retina, Voigtlander, Minox, Hit, Polaroid, Revere, Rollei
and many more. Most of the older cameras are in working order and most of the newer 35mm SLRs are NOT in working order.

Includes 8 different Retinas, 10 diff. stereo cameras, 28 diff. twin lens reflexes (3 Rollei), Luftwaffe Leica replica, early Canon copy of Leica and 2 early Nikon copies of Leica, 37 diff. light meters, 3 early Graflex, 4x5 Crown Graphic with Flash unit (uses screw in flash bulbs) and 2 Kodak 120 Medalist, 3 giant Kodak Instamatic dealer display / advertising pieces, and many many more. For a complete list please request it if you have a sincere interest in purchasing this incredible collection.

Shipping can be arranged by negotiation but it would probably be cheaper to travel here and pick it up. I think it could fit into a large SUV.

The sale includes about 40 different Polaroids which are not on display and many camera cases (as in eveready leather) which are also not displayed or photographed.

The collection is located in Manitowoc Wisconsin and can be viewed during business hours or by appointment."

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