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Kodak Six-20 Folding Brownie 620 Roll Film Camera - c1937-40 With Original Box

Kodak Folding Brownie 620 Roll Film Camera - With Original Box

The Kodak Stereo Camera was made from 1954-59, and takes 24mm square exposures on standard 35mm film. Its body is made of brown bakelite, and it has a handy bubble level which you can see when you look through the viewfinder. I got lucky with this one -- it had a "buy it now" of $15 !

The Kodak Stereo Camera was made from 1954-59, and takes 24mm square exposures on standard 35mm film. Its body is made of brown bakelite, and it has a handy bubble level which you can see when you look through the viewfinder. I got lucky with this one -- it had a "buy it now" of $15 !

Kodak Bantam What a beautiful camera.

I scored another minty Kodak Bantam Special (designed by Walter Teague, Chester Crumrine, Joe Mihalyi) with it's original case.

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The Brownie Bull's-Eye was a Bakelite Box camera made by Kodak between 1954 & 1960

Kodak Brownie Bull's-Eye

The Brownie Bull's-Eye was a Bakelite Box camera made by Kodak between 1954 & 1960

Zeiss Ikoflex

Zeiss Ikoflex This beautiful camera, presented in 1934 and almost instantly nicknamed 'coffeecan', had a special mission: to beat the Rolleiflex , world's first TLR. In fact, it never doubled Rollei's success.

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Kodak 35 Rangefinder Camera Love this camera I have one of my own first vintage camera I got and started my collection about a year or two ago and now I have about 20 cameras I love it

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