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I would take it to a specialist dealer.
It's probably not really old enough to be considered highly collectable, but it is collectable. Especially if you have any of the original documentation, instruction manual, bill of sale and so on. 37 years is a reasonable age and that puts it in the first of the modern style slr group. I would avoid any High Street chain or department store. Half the people who work in those outlets won't have a clue what it is unles it has an LCD on the back. Look for an independent long established shop.
Another long shot would be to search eBay but putting in the full model number and see if anyone has sold or is selling one
Hope this helps...
Posted on Apr 07, 2008
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