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What a beauty! A glossy black Bakelite Art Deco body houses this adorable, and pretty rare, Kodak camera, manufactured from 1935 to 1942. VP stands for "Vest Pocket," meaning it's diminutive, easy to carry size. Has a pop out lens housing and bellows. Also features a fixed focus doublet lens, instantaneous and bulb action on the shutter, folding eye level finder, and a foot to support camera in vertical position. Comes with it's original box, which is worn and torn but is still pretty neat.

Uses 127 film, which is rare but can still be found in some places on the internet.

Camera is in beautiful condition, almost looks unused. Bellows is soft and seems intact. Lens looks mostly clean and sharp. Inside is clean, body is intact. This camera is in amazing shape.

A handsome camera, excellent for collection or home decor, or use.

127 film is available, for those who wish to shoot this camera: http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/buy/110-127-620-828/ci/336/N/4289360502

Excellent addition to your vintage and antique camera collection.

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Working Camera, Jiffy VP in Box, Vest Pocket


  • Vintage item from the 1930s
  • Materials: camera, bakelite, glass, metal, plastic, cardboard
  • Ships from California, United States to select countries.
  • Feedback: 1074 reviews
  • Favorited by: 22 people