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Antique 1930's "Kodak 35" 35mm Film Camera and Case

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The Kodak 35 was the very first 35mm camera ever sold by Kodak! It has a sexy, curvaceous bakelite body with a mental lens, knobs, fixtures, and pop-up viewfinder. It was first sold by Kodak in 1938, for a whopping $40 (which was the equivalent of almost $600 at the time). This camera specimen is in very good cosmetic condition, with some light wear to the metal accents. It comes with a fairly weathered original field case, sans strap.

Please note that this does not appear to be a functional camera - the shutter does not trip. Therefore, this Kodak 35 is being sold as a design item only. It will make a beautiful addition to your camera collection.

Antique 1930's "Kodak 35" 35mm Film Camera and Case


Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1930s
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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