produced by Kodak from1933 to 1934.
It was primarily an export camera and so, is quite uncommon.
Kodak was unable to keep up with demand for 120 film worldwide and
these 120 film box cameras were mainly sold outside of the United States,
while 620 film cameras were being sold in the US.
It's in excellent condition. The shutter and film advance work.
The camera is in excellent condition with minor blemishes.
There is wear around the metal edges of the frontispiece resulting
in areas of paint loss on the surface. On the underside of the
body, at the back, there is edge wear.
There is some edge wear on the protruding bakelite
lens mount. On the side panel with the film advance knob, there is
a very small area of missing surface at the top edge.
The side viewfinder is bright, but dusty and the top viewfinder is dim.
You may ask,"Why is this simple box camera priced at $125.00?"
Because it's very, very uncommon and it's history is so cool.
Sales for these cameras have ranged from $175.00 to $250.00 and
this one is in excellent condition.
Your camera will be carefully packed and shipped priority mail with
delivery confirmation and insurance in the US and priority mail international.