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Jessops Classic has published its latest catalogue. The publication's sixteen pages contain a range of cameras, accessories, books, manuals and lenses. A selection of unusual models including novelty cameras, and subminiature or 'spy' cameras, are also featured. Products range in price from only twenty pounds.
The catalogue can be collected from the Jessops Classic Photographica store opposite the British Museum on Great Russel Stree in London. Copies can be requested by calling the store on 020 7831 3640, or e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Purchases can be made in person from the store, or by contacting the mail order service on the number above. Copies of the catalogue can also be collected, and purchases made, at six other Jessops stores accross the UK, each of which stocks a selected range of classic equipment. The stores are as follows:
Cardiff, 41 The Hayes - Tel: 029 2039
Cheltenham, 110-112 High Street - Tel: 01242 233123
Colchester, 100 High Street - Tel: 01206 563564
Glasgow, 282 Sauchiehall Street - Tel: 0141 3312201
Leamington Spa, 63 Regent Street - Tel: 01926 424076
Middlesbrough, 7 Newport Road - Tel: 01642 230707
In addition, the web site at www.jessops.com/classic contains a daily updated list of available products, and their prices. Visitors can access detailed information on many items, and create an on-line list of the products they wish to purchase. This list is the submited to Jessops Classic, where staff check availability, and then contact the customer to confirm delivey and payment details.
Expert staff are always on hand at the Jessops Classic Photographica store in London to answer questions, and provide information on starting and developing a collection.
The store also offers a range of services for the collectable camera enthusiast including equipment for hire, expert valuations and insurance quotations, specialist repairs, and the sale of goods through the commission sales service. Collectors can register their interest in rare items with expert staff, who will contact them when their chosen product becomes available.