The Photo-Craft camera was marketed by The March Corporation in circa 1946. It was in the "Chicago Common" style of candid cameras. It was made of black bakelite with a metal faceplate and a built-in eye-level optical view finder. It was fitted with a Simpson ground and polished lens, with a simple instantaneous shutter. It took 16 photos on standard no. 127 roll film. Priced at $3.98 for a complete set as described in the advertisement.
Historic Camera Value and Rating - Estimating Overall Worth (about) # 3109
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