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A beautiful vintage Kodak No. 2A Folding Hawk-eye Model B camera made in 1926.

This gorgeous Kodak folding camera was made in the USA in 1926 for export to France viewing the Boyer lens which is a French lens.

The shutter of the camera still works fine and the lens glides smoothly along its track.
It even has a take up spool inside but I'm afraid the film needed for this camera, a 616 film, is no longer available.
So this Kodak is for collectible purposes only, but a beautiful collectible it is.
The way these old camera's were made and how the lens slides in and out, has something delicate and fragile, it is a piece of art on its own.

On the inside I've found a take up spool... I wonder if it is possible to use a 120 film in this camera but I'm afraid I can't find any information about this on the internet.

The camera is in good condition but the lens could use some cleaning.
And it even has its own beautiful brown leather bag to go with it.

I will wrap the camera in bubble sheet and will ship it safely to you in a carton box.

If you have any questions, feel free to write me, I will gladly reply.

Thank you for stopping by,
Marion


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*** I try to calculate the shipping costs as well as possible but by purchasing two or more items, they might become higher than the real costs. I always refund the amount payed too much when it passes 1 USD **

Vintage Kodak folding Hawk-eye camera

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1920s
  • Materials: metal, fabric
  • Ships worldwide from Limanton, France
  • Feedback: 792 reviews
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