Vintage Kodak Camera Lot - Kodak Tourist Camera and Kodak Six-20 Bulls Eye
Kodak Tourist and Bulls-Eye
Kodak Medalist ii | Kodak Eastman , Medalist II ~ These cameras get "bored" out and retrofitted to use 120 film. The results? STUNNING photos, I mean stunning. The lens on these are amazing. Quality built, Beautiful, yet simple cameras.
When I was 12 years old, I bought a 1935 Kodak Retina at my next door neighbors garage sale, for $10.00. One like it, sits in the Harry Ransom History Center at UT. I took it with me to UT and used it in my photography classes and I still have it. I have no idea what it's worth. It's one of the first 35mm ever made.
Kodak Beau Brownie- One of 5 color combinations available - Designed by Walter Dorwin Teague for Kodak
brownie cameras camera - Google Search I have one that belonged to my uncle. Mom had the foresight to keep a few old items as such.