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A special listing for Mick van Meelen, please don't purchase.

A rare vintage Kodak No. 2 Folding Hawk-eye camera made in 1922.

This camera from the well known Eastman Kodak company is a unique collectible piece.
The camera is one that did not use film on a roll but a film pack, pack No. 520.
It makes the camera small and easy to carry around as a little, black, metal box. It only measures 11 cm by 7 cm's. In inches this will be around 4.35" by 2.75"

A gorgeous little collectible that is in fairly good condition for its age.

The metal of the black box is weathered, the paint has come off as you can see in the second photo. But the interior of the box, the folded camera itself, is in quite good condition. It could do with a thorough cleaning in the little corners.
The shutter still works perfectly.


The camera will be shipped wrapped in bubbles and a carton box.

Thank you very much Mick,
Kind regards,
Marion

SPECIAL LISTING for Mick van Meelen. Vintage Kodak No. 2 Folding Hawk-eye film pack camera


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  • Vintage item from the 1920s
  • Materials: metal, fabric
  • Ships worldwide from France
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