Just in case anyone is interested, I'm selling two of my cameras right now on eBay. They are the Yashica C twin lens reflex camera and a 1916 Ansco "Buster Brown" box camera. Both are restored. Depending on how well they do, I might sell some more there.
The Yashica was built to compete with the Rolleicord with the f/3.5 Tessar lens and it compares favorably with it. It is sharp as hell at f/8 and f/11, but if you get away from that, the sharpness falls off a little along the edges and in the corners, as it does with the Rolleicord. Depending on what you are shooting, this may or may not be an issue. It is also a relatively rare camera, when compared to the other Yashicas. You can probably find another one, if you look hard enough, but it will almost certainly not be in anything close to this good condition and it will need a CLA (that will cost from $130 to $185 ). This one is in as nearly new condition as makes no difference. tinyurl.com/knwmem5
The Ansco "Buster Brown" camera was built to compete with the early (pre-1930s) Kodak "Brownie" box cameras (the ones that take 120 film). The lens was better and it looked better by a quantum leap though. This is a really excellent alternative to a crappy Holga or other Lomography camera. It works perfectly and is ready to load and shoot. tinyurl.com/o5tqeog
I have a bunch of people watching both auctions, but no bids as yet. I think the guys who are watching it are all snipers, waiting for the last minute of the auctions to bid on them -- so no one can outbid them. This is your chance to get some really good cameras at an excellent price. They are cleaned, lubricated and adjusted, in addition to being restored, and everything on them functions just as it should.