Leather camera case for 'Baby-Max' camera.
Leather, Thread, Metal, Enamel paint
48 x 70 x 37 mm
Place of origin
Fox Talbot Museum, Wiltshire (Accredited Museum)
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Not on show
Tan leather case for 'Baby-Max' camera by Tougodo, c. 1951. Top and bottom of case are top-stitched with tan thread. Leather strap is attached to the sides with metal rivets. The front and top of case are kept closed via a leather tab attached to case with metal rivets. A metal press stud holds the case closed. All press studs and rivets are enameled in tan brown. 'BABY MAX' is embossed into the leather lens barrel covering.
Part of The Fenton Collection. A gift from British Film Institute in 2017. From 1986-1999, part of BFI collection for the Museum of the Moving Image. BFI purchased collection in 1986 from James Fenton's Museum of Photography, Port Erin, Isle of Man 1976-1986.
Makers and roles
Tougodo , manufacturer