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Little Nipper Camera

The Little Nipper Camera was manufactured by the W. Butcher & Sons company from approximately 1901 to 1920. Sold as an outfit, which including developing and printing supplies. The No. 1 little Nipper was a an inexpensive metal box camera, covered in leather with nickel fittings, and capable of taking images 2 3/8 x 1 3/4 inches. A removable finder, similar to the Brownie camera was available. The No. two Little Nipper was constructed the same as the No. 1 however, it was able to captured image 3 1/2 x 2 1/2 inches in size, on six plates or twelve cut films. It also included a handle on top for carrying. The No. 3 was introduced in 1902 and was even larger, capable of taking quarter plate exposures. The No. 1 was originally priced at 4/6, the No. 2 at 6/6 and the No. 3 at 8/6.

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