Japanese WWII Machine Gun Camera

Klewis

Klewis

2015-07-06 16:39:35

Gun cameras were fairly commonplace towards the end of the Second World War and they were invaluable when it came to training new recruits to be able to show the work of some of an airforce's best (and worst) shots firsthand. This Rokuoh-sha Type 89 gun camera was used by the Japanese airforce and was later captured by an RAF Pilot Officer at the end of the war. Estimated value for the gun camera is €1,500-2,000 at Adam's.
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Klewis

Rock Island Auction

2015-11-05 19:48:30

If anybody in the U.S. would like one of these cameras, we will have two different styles of Japanese "camera guns" in our upcoming 2015 December auction.

Good luck in your sale, Adams!




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