Collecting Polaroid Cameras

Feb 17, 2008 | Collectibles | 0 comments

Collector’s Corner: Polaroid

Collector’s Corner
February 17, 2008

“If you want a Polaroid for your camera collection, buy as near mint-in-mint-box as possible. Many of the models are still so plentiful that average specimens are worth little. For example, there are so many Model 20 Swingers at present that even the best examples are generally selling for less than $25.

Less common Polaroid models can fetch up to several hundred dollars each. Special and limited edition SX-70’s are presently selling for up to $500, while a 195 NPC Rangefinder recently sold at an online auction for $567, and a 600 SE press camera fetched $621. Again, condition is a major determinant of price.”

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