Thanks for remembering! I found an interesting old chest of drawers at a barn sale this past summer. It appears to be an original, mid 19th century piece, but had a very poorly done restoration done to it. It's done in oak, has all the original brasses, and some ancient wooden casters as well as fluted legs. After I pointed the flaws out to the seller ( there are a LOT of flaws ), I was able to talk him down close to 150 USD and got the piece for 30. I'm so cheap
As for the Ansco herd, I'm not exactly sure as they're scattered all over the place, but there might be 20 or 30.
I have a Speedex Jr. as well, but the lens/shutter is missing However, after much thought (and too many meds ), I've decided to fix it using an old Olympus lens/shutter that I have. The Oly is toast, so it should make a good combination, and I've still got that white leather. My problem so far is that the bellows on the Ansco is so dried up, that I'm afraid to try opening it. Any ideas on getting the bellows pliable again?