Tower (Sears)

Tower (Sears)
Tower (Sears)

Another antique shop in Wilmington was “Trinity Knot”. That was a really cool place! It was clean, well-organized, and smelled so good. There was an upstairs as well as a downstairs and they had quite a bit of interesting things. We found this camera along with its original box AND original manual. We almost passed it up because we had spent so much on our camera collection lately, but finally we realized we would regret it if we didn’t just get it! At $25, it was worth it. And we would love to go back to that shop! The owner was out bringing the shop on the road, but we met her husband who was an old Irishman with such a sense of humor! He built that shop for his wife because it was her dream to have her own shop.

General Information

Years Made1948 (76 Years Old)
Film120 Film
Weight389.00 g (13.72 oz.)
Owner's ManualAvailable
Country of ManufactureUSA


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