Goldstein

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Goldstein is a French company that produced inexpensive cameras after the war. It made only "Box" cameras.

Camera list

  • Goldstein box cameras made of cardboard:
    • Camping
    • Caves Sainte-Marguerite
    • Champion
    • Diffusions Cierpa
    • Goldy
    • Lanvin
    • Monococ
    • Olympic
    • Phot-Office
    • Rallye
    • Riviera
    • Sporting
    • Spring
    • Sunbox
    • Superas
    • Touring
    • Week-End
  • Metal models:

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