PHOTOREX (Societe Francaise Photorex, St. Etienne, France)
Founded in 1944 by Andre Grange as a distribution company; began production of cameras in 1949, but was forced to cease operations
in 1952 due to financial difficulties. The molds for Rex Reflex cameras were sold to Rene Royer, who continued the series with
some changes under the name "Royflex". During its brief existance, the Rex Reflex introduced the feature of lens interchangeability
on a 6x6 TLR. The first models used four screws one in each corner, to retain the lens panel. In 1952, a simpler system with two levers was introduced.
CORONET CAMERA CO. (Birmingham, England)
There are at least five different model box cameras called "Rex" made by Coronet betweem 1935 and 1950.
M.I.O.M (Manufacture d'lsolants et d'Objets Moules, Vitry-sur-Seine, France.)
This company made a least one camera named "Rex" c1937.
YAMOTO KOKI KOGY CO LTD. (Tokyo, Japan)
This company made a least two camera models named "Rex" in the 1950's.
REX MAGAZINE CAMERA CO. (Chicago,IL.)
This company made a least two camera models named "Rex" c 1899.
GERSCHEL (Paris, France)
This company made the "Rex Junior Baby" camera, c1950 and the "Rex-Lujo" camera , c1944.
UTILITY MFG. CO. (New York and Chicago, USA)
This company made the "Rex Minature" camera, c1939.
Stock No 219
Suitable for Restoration or Spares.Old Rex camera made in England, the lens is marked
"Fitted with Every Distance Lens" Shutter is Time and Instant.
~ In old condition, no dents but lots of scratches, shutter sticking, the Bellows is torn,
leatherette is gone off the back.
Asking Price $8.00
(I am not sure which company made this camera, possibly none of the above.)
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