Original Vintage brown ARGUS 3 1/2", leather lens cover – modified into a great looking photo holder.
Showcase your favorite photo in style with a vintage leather photo stand.
A great gift for the movie maker, actor, actress, or any vintage film lover, and it adds a little retro movie flair to any room.
The strong alligator clasp keeps photos upright at all times.
Ideal for holding photos, memos, cards etc.
- 3 1/4"(diameter) x 6"(h)
- 3 "(diameter) x 5"(h)
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Argus Inc. was a camera maker based in Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA. Before 1939 it was International Research Corporation, a department of International Radio Corporation, Ann Arbor. It was the American company that popularized the modern cartridged 35mm film in the U.S., especially by its characteristically brick-shaped rangefinder cameras. The first camera of Argus, the Argus A, resulted from a patent that the company received in 1936. Before that time the company had produced radios, among them some bakelite models.
Argus became a great name in the Ann Arbor's economy. Several buildings of its heyday are still known as Argus building. One of these pearls of the city's brick architecture has become a modern office building now, with a public area where a permanent exhibition of Argus cameras is shown, the Argus Museum.
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