ARGUS Bulb Type Camera Flash Unit Antique 1950s Era

ARGUS Bulb Type Camera Mountable Chrome Bowl Flash Unit Antique 1950s Era Used  IMG 4620

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*ITEM: ARGUS Bulb Type Camera Flash Unit Antique 1950s Era


*MODEL: Bulb Type Camera Flash Unit

*YEAR: Unknown, probably the late 1940's or 1950's

*MATERIAL: Chrome dish with a bakelite body

*MEASURES: Overall approx. 5 3/8" dia dish, bakelite body approx. 4 3/4" x 2 1/4" x 1 3/8" .

*CONDITION: Not tested. I do not know if this flash unit is working or not. The bakelite body doesn't have any cracks or chips. The camera mount looks OK visually but it was not tested either so it may or may not have defects. The bulb push out button appears to push OK when I insert my finger into the bulb socket. The chrome dish has some very noticeable micro scratches and wear from being used a lot years ago.

Product Features

* Bulb push out button
* Mount lock

*A picture that can be magnified to full screen will be sent upon request.

*Buyer is responsible for any maintenance or repairs needed if any. This flash unit was not tested and may need some work done to it.

*This item will be sold "as-is" in used condition. No warranties or guarantees come with the purchase of this item.

*Buyer is responsible for making sure all is correct with the item and the item will suit the buyers needs and expectations before purchase. Buyer is responsible for making sure purchase of this item is not a mistake.

*Items sold are inspected and photographed at different angles before being boxed up and shipped to the buyer. Any attempts to return broken items in exchange for what's been shipped to the buyer, make the purchase and exchange parts that are needed then send unit back for a refund, extort partial refunds or get a refund due to a mistake made by the buyer in the purchase of the item will be reported immediately.


The shipping weight will be 2 1/2 lbs. A handling fee is charged to cover the time and any expenses associated with the packing and shipping of packages. Anything left is put towards the selling fee's.


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