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One other production model of the Ticka was made in 1906. The Silver Ticka was made of solid sterling silver instead of the nickel-plated brass of the other models and bore hallmarks to that effect. It was sold with a finder in a morocco case for 31s 6d (1.575GBP).
A monogrammed Silver Ticka was presented to Her Majesty the Queen. Queen Alexander was an accomplished photographer. It was subsequently given to the Queen's wardrobe man, Francis Henry Smith and sold by his descendants at Christie's South Kensington, London where it was purchased by David Lawrence (see 'Spy Camera' by Michael Pitchard and Douglas St Denny).
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Last Updated on 8th January 2006