Vintage 1940s General Electric DW-48 Exposure Meter, Light Meter or Dark Room Meter
Found in Harry's office, this device looks to be in very good condition. However, we are not experts in this field so this item is being sold for its character and age.
The box is in Good condition except for a tear on the top like someone pulled off a price tag but the structure is in great condition. Also included in the box are the "Here's How Easy It is to Use Your General Electric Exposure Meter" and a handy dandy "Film Values for use with The General Electric Exposure Meter printed April 1941" booklets.
Mint (M): Looks like it was never used and preserved in the best environment.
Near Mint (NM): Looks like it just came from the retail store and recently opened.
Very Good Plus (VG+): Except for a couple of very minor things, this would be near mint.
Very Good (VG): Has minor wear but still works as its designed purpose.
Good (G): Has has significant wear but still works as its designed purpose.
Poor (P): Broken, cracked, heavily damaged, ripped in very bad condition.
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