I got into the habbit of buying up older cameras when I see them locally and here is what I have. Notes: They all still work to the best of my knowledge. I the Holga, as shitty as it may be. The large kodamatic and the holga were bought seperately from all the rest. Each of the other cameras once belonged to Mary E Fenton of the Fenton Art Glass Company: http://www.fentonartglass.com/ I bought them at a Fenton Estate auction in Marietta Ohio while visiting quasi-family. The fenton Glass pieces that were sold there went for outrages prices as they were the personal collection of the fenton estate. Some designs which were never manufactured etc, pushing 200-5000$ a piece, and there were hundreds of pieces. All that aside, I also have another kodak instamatic which is not shown as its a duplicate of the 304. I have alot of papers, receipts, odd stuff that was packed in the boxes as well. I've been sittin on this stuff for a while and never really asked anyone what they thought about any of it. So feel free to comment or discuss it with me, and I'll try to answer any questions anyone may have. -------------------- The Fenton Cameras: instamatic 304 pocket 40 Monitor six-20 year? Monitor six-20 year? Minolta Disc 7 Minolta Disc 7 Argus c-four 1951-58 Argus c-four 1951-58 Other fenton stuff -------------------------------- Apart from the Fenton collection: kodamatic 940 (thrift store, box, manual, all brand new quality) Holga 120s - yes I know its not old, but the best 15$ ever.