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Here are three very striking, but very well loved box cameras dating from the 1920's and 1930's. Each has its flaws, but together they make a beautiful collection. Use these as objets d'art in your home, or take them into the field and run some 120 film through them - they are all in working condition!

This rugged trio are all in good cosmetic condition, each has a fair bit of wear and some discoloration on the body and/or metal faceplate.

We have:

Conley Kewpie No. 2 - This box camera was manufactured from 1915-1922. It has an usual rotating metal disc that controls f-stops, which must've seemed pretty nifty back in the day, as most box cameras had fixed apertures. This camera has a fair amount of wear to the leatherette and on the corners, but is in pretty decent condition for a hundred year old antique - AND the shutter still works! It takes 120 film.

Kodak Brownie Target Six-16 -This camera was manufactured by Kodak in the 1930's and 1940's. It took 616 film. It has a pleasingly Deco design on the metal face plate.This camera has a slightly wrinkled leatherette, and is missing the handle, and the red exposure number window cover. The shutter works sporadically.

Pickwick TLR - this is a highly unusual little pseudo-twin lens reflex camera. It has a bakelite body, a fun pinstriped face, and stylish Deco decals. This camera has significant oxidation on the metal viewfinder lid, and the decals are noticeably faded. The red exposure number window is missing from the back, so this camera cannot be used with film. It would, however, make a fun TTV camera - the viewfinder is pretty heavily saturated with dust, but it creates kind of a neat-o effect. This is the ONLY version of this camera I have ever come across.

These magnificent three would make excellent design items in your home! They will be lovingly packaged and shipped via USPS Priority Main in a large flat-rate box.

Instant Collection of Primitive & Art Deco Cameras

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  • Vintage item from the 1930s
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