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The Minox Model I Enlarger

The Minox Model 1 Enlarger is the rarest of all Minox items! It was made in only 691 examples and was the first post-war enlarger made. Serial numbers ranged from 100 to 691. With so few made there are probably few in existence, so this item is almost never offered to a collector. This is a once in a lifetime deal for the lucky collector that spots it first. More pictures available on request.   Price: $2000

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The Minox Model II Enlarger

Nice Minox Model II Enlarger. This is the more common enlarger in the Minox range. Great condition!                                                                                                                                    Price: $550

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The Minox Model lll Enlarger

Not actual enlarger in picture.

This is a Model lll enlarger of the later period of production. It is the most liked and sought after of the enlargers due to its´ ease of use and more modern design.
In his book "Variations In 8 x 11" Hubert E. Heckmann put it like this:

"Its´ ease use and modern design make this enlarger a favourite; owners do not often part with it. However, they are occasionally found for sale at prices that are somewhat higher than the Model ll."

                                                                                                                                   Pirce: $750

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The Minox Colour Enlarger, Model III

This is the highly prized Minox colour enlarger! Less than 1000 were ever made, meaning that they Are rarely offered for sale. This is a beautiful example of a an all but impossible piece to find. Price: $1750

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Minox Developing Tank

Not actual tank in picture

This tank is new in box! It looks just like the one above except it has the spacer rings included as it is the 50 exposure tank. These are getting harder to find as the new ones will only accommodate 36 exposures.                                                                                                                    Price: $110

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Seibert Wetzlar Magnifying Loupe


Seibert Wetzlar Magnifying Loupe

Wonderful and rare magnifying loupe by the genius of lenses, Seibert Wetzlar. This is a prized item amongst subminiature users and collectors both for its' rarity and practical usability.          Price: $250

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Minox Copy Arm Attachment

 

Minox Copy Arm Attachment

This is the ultra-rare copy arm attachment. It slots in to the main post of your model II or II enlarger; the camera, in turn, slots into the attachment and you may then use your enlarger as a copy stand. These are virtually impossible to find and will rarely ever be offered to collectors.                Price: $600

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Minox Light Meter

Here is a nice example of the sought after Minox Light Meter. This one is close to mint with a couple of light marks. The shows normal wear but the fastening flap requires attention. Otherwise this is a usable or collectable meter that is fully functional!                                                           Price: $125

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ME 2 Flash Unit

Nice and very difficult to find ME 2 Flash Unit. Fully functional with all accessories including the carrying case!                                                                                     Price: $200

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Minox Micro Film Viewer

Hers is another extremely rare Minox item: the film viewer. Instead of pawing over rolls of negatives with a loupe, this machine allows you to easily view them on a full screen! It folds down and is very portable, like all Minox items. This particular machine was apparently not exported to the States, making it rather hard to locate. Pristine condition!                                                          Price: $550

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