Want to really light up your photography? Then check out this Bryant Photo Flash, probably dating from the 1930s. It’s easy to assemble: simply unfold the all-aluminum “hood”, place it on the handpiece, and then use the collar to lock the hood into place. Two “C” batteries supply the power, and the flash is activated when the prong at the bottom of the handpiece–with a patent date of Nov. 26, 1907–is pushed. Its power will leave you blinking your eyes for a good minute! The hood measures about 19 inches across, and the panels are about 10.5 inches long. This set comes with three clip-on attachments (to provide even more flash power?) and two SuperFlash Photo Lamps from Wabash Photo Lamp Corporation. We suspect one bulb is dead, and cannot guarantee if the other bulb works. The Photo Flash retains its original wiring. The handpiece has one small dent in it; otherwise, the set is in terrific shape. This would be a great acquisition for a photography collector!