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11 February 2012


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Thanks for the mention. $6500 is the price for a 20 24 carmea for conventional film not Polaroid. The carmea for Polaroid instant film is substantially more expensive.With thanks,Tracy Storer20 24 West


This looks straight out of the 1940s. When we were going tgoruhh all of my grandmother's family photos (we found like 3 huge boxes that we didn't know about) we found a ton of vintage photos, many 1960s & earlier! My dad even found a tin picture from way back in the 1800s!!

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