The Pocket Seneca No. 32 camera was manufactured by the Seneca Camera Manufacturing Company in circa 1912. It was similar to the Seneca No. 8 being equipped with the Seneca triple convertible lens f.8 and the Autic automatic (dustproof) shutter, or a rapid rectilinear lens and Duo shutter. The body is constructed of wood and covered in walrus grain leather and the camera bed was made of mahogany with ebony finish. The metal parts are made of brass with nickel plating and the bellows are made of black Russian leather lined with gossamer cloth. The rising and falling front is all metal and reinforced for rigidity. The removable back incorporates an ground glass for focusing and an improved spring for securing film packs. Available in 3 1/4 x 4 1/4 and 4 x 5 inch size. Originally priced at $19 and $21.
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