What a beautiful specimen of a time long past. This is a No. 3A Folding Pocket Kodak Model B4 with INSTRUCTION MANUAL! This is a rare find indeed. This camera is from 1909, and everything on the camera is in near mint condition. Apparently, the bellows on this camera were made from seal leather. The bellows are in wonderful condition. The lens is a Bausch & Lomb lens, f-stops from 4 to 32. The camera takes 122 film, which is a bit larger than 120, but still can be made to work. The manual and case are not pictured, but pictures can be furnished upon request! All the pages in the manual are in great condition, all readable, none stick. the front cover is not attached, but it is still present.
You can make an adapter to use for 120 film. all you have to do is make a light block and spool adapter for the film, since the 122 roll is larger than 120.
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