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AidasCams Posted - Apr 03 2008 : 08:38:40 AM

I was very intrested to discuss about boxes for commemorative (or early) cameras. Below you will see another nice sample of Zorki-C Festival commemorative box. I knew nothing about existance of such a markings until I have received particular box today (with Festival camera inside ... )



best regards,

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AidasCams Posted - Apr 04 2008 : 01:46:49 AM
All these "new" findings prove us, that all (or almost all) soviet commemorative cameras had special boxes or inserts indeed.
Bill have showed us the genuine box for Fed-1 "300 years friendship with Moscow...", I do possess few more boxes, including Smena-8 "Great October-50", Fed-3 "Great October-50", MF Kiev "Kiev-1500", Zenit-122 Special edition "KMZ-50",etc. Now we have an authentic box for Festival camera too.

Collectig of commemorative boxes is same attractive as cameras itselves.

Best Regards,
cedricfan Posted - Apr 03 2008 : 1:11:26 PM
Wow, finally we are getting to the very interesting boxes, manuals and pasports. Too many times lost, but can tell a lot about history, and prove aome versions genuine!

Smena rules

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