E. & H.T. Anthony

Date Introduced:  ; Years Manufactured: c.1900-1903
Construction: front focus via rack and pinion (two gear tracks on top of base rails); double swing; reversing by removable back; three-piece lensboard;  French polish finish; removable front extension
Materials: mahogany body; cherry base; maroon leather bellows; nickeled brass hardware
Sizes Offered: 5×7; 5×8; 6.5×8.5; 8×10; 10×12; 11×14 (in 1891 also 14×17)
Notes: Variation 1 had draw file brass hardware, Variation 2 had nickeled hardware.  Also, this variation has a redder color of finish, leather bellows rather than cloth, a single catch for the lensboard rather than two, a lensboard which has a groove along its left and right edges rather than being plain, a lower profile spring back than Variation 1, and it lacks the patent bed clamps.   The photographed camera is 5×7 format.
E. & H.T. Anthony Catalog, 1903, p. 58

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