C1903+, Patented June 23, 1903. Collapsed dimensions 19 3/4" x 3 1/2" x 5/8. Individual leg portions 5/8" x 3/8" of varied length. Disc diameter 6 1/8, appropriate for large wooden cameras. Leg length fully extended 65 1/2.Knurled knob camera mounting screw, standard 1/4 x 20tpi threads. Dings and dents consistent with age and usage. To attach legs, rotate upward the top two sections of each leg and squeeze them toward each other until they fit between a pair of opposite facing rivets on the disc. Release pressure when the holes in the legs are placed on the rivets.
Fold down the brass plate into its secure position. To extend legs, release both knurled screw knobs on legs and extend legs to desired length and retighten them only to the point of security.Caution: Overtightening the lower knob could result in splitting the wood at the end of the two portions of the middle section. Attached camera shown in photos is for demonstrative purposes only and is not included. All photographic offering made by me come from the Rembrandt Studio of Omaha, NE. The studio existed from around 1923 or so until the early 1950s. It was jointly owned by my grandfather and grandmother. Edward Richard Trabold was an award-winning photographer, colorist, and author on the subject. Lulu Bell Hunt Trabold held a degree in photography and was also a gifted photographic colorist. The item "Vintage Folmer & Schwing Wooden Crown Tripod No.
3, All Brass Fittings" is in sale since Wednesday, January 10, 2018. This item is in the category "Cameras & Photo\Vintage Movie & Photography\Vintage Parts & Accessories".
The seller is "drwtrabold" and is located in Omaha, Nebraska. This item can be shipped worldwide.