| "Albion" ¼-plate c.1890|
image by Geoff Harrisson (Image rights)
E & T Underwood manufactured cameras at their Brunswick Works, 130-2 Granville Street, Birmingham from the late 1880s.
In an 1896 advertisement they listed field cameras for ¼-plate, ½-plate and 1/1-plate with many names including:
There were also magazine cameras with the names:
In 1905 they advertised a leather-covered ¼-plate folding camera named the “Foldette” which was also available as a Triple Extension Foldette.
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