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Antique Eastman Kodak No.0 Box Camera / Vintage 1914 - 1935
Kodak Box Camera No. 0 manufactured by the Eastman Kodak Company 1914 to 1935. Card stock and wood Construction, covered with durable material grained to look like leather. Uses 127 roll film for eight exposures 1 5/8 X 2 1/2. Fixed focus Meniscus lens and Eastman rotary shutter. Camera has two reflecting view finders for vertical and horizontal pictures. the original price was $1.25.
Used Condition. Some normal wear , scrapes and scuffs. No tears, dents or major damage. Film size 127 Not Practical as working camera as film is hard to find. Makes nice interior design/ shelf accent item. Shutter works film advance knob turns easily and film take up reel included so if you do find film everything should work.
Only 1 Available
PRICES ARE IN US DOLLARS
Nice Architectural Design Accent Item.
With it's classic design this Vintage Camera makes a great 1900's - 1940's era Movie, TV or Stage Prop.
Antique Kodak Brownie No.0 Box Camera / Vintage 1914 - 1935
Vintage Eastman Kodak Box Camera.No.0. Shutter is working properly. No additional improvements have been made and the character of this vintage Camera have been retained. Cosmetically this classic Kodak has been left in original condition as found.
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EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY HISTORY
With the slogan "you press the button, we do the rest," George Eastman put the first simple camera into the hands of a world of consumers in 1888. In so doing, he made a cumbersome and complicated process easy to use and accessible to nearly everyone.
Since that time, the Eastman Kodak Company has led the way with an abundance of new products and processes to make photography simpler, more useful and more enjoyable. In fact, Todays Kodak is known not only for photography, but also for images used in a variety of leisure, commercial, entertainment and scientific applications. Its reach increasingly involves the use of technology to combine images and information--creating the potential to profoundly change how people and businesses communicate.
Just as Eastman had a goal to make photography "as convenient as the pencil," Kodak continues to expand the ways images touch people's daily lives. The company ranks as a premier multinational corporation, with a brand recognized in virtually every country around the world.