The Rolleiflex Automat was born in 1939 and lived a very long and productive life. It was a splendid design that brought a significant automation to roll-film transport. Few cameras have an interface as intuitive as the classic 6x6 Rollei TLR. Read about this significant camera and see a lot more pictures of my 1950 Auromat by clicking the link below the photograph.
The original meter housing of this Rolleiflex 3,5F was cracked but I managed to find a replacement meter pack for it.
This Rolleicord VB I bought as new completed with box, leather case and packing, just missing the instruction manual, while on holiday in Cornwall.
Over the years I've managed to accumulate a lot of Rollei accessories like the 35mm adaptor, filters, filter sets and close-up lenses. I also have a Rolleicord IIa, a Rolleiflex SL35 and a Rolleiflex SLX.
Sorry that the pictures are so small. I shall have to rephotograph them.