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Glory is a 6×9 box camera made in the Netherlands in 1948 and 1949. Its producer was Nefotaf in Weert. This company was only involved in camera making in the period immediately following the second world war. The Glory is a conventional box camera. Its most distinguishing feature is a large brass ring around the lens. Its engraved with "Box-camera 6×9" in small font beneath the lens and "Glory", boxed and in a large art-deco font above it.
Two prism finders, film advance knob that doubles as a body release(pull it out), plate steel body covered with leatherette. Two shutterspeeds: M and T, the former about 1/30s. Two apertures, operated with lever on top of the camera.