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"You Push the Button and We Will Do the Rest" or you can with this 1908 Metal Kodak Darkroom Processing Tank with Reel.

Made of metal and measures 6 x 4 3/4 inches

This was for or 3 ½" wide roll-film. Daylight loaded. Apron to support film.
Introduced in 1905 as the Kodak Tank Developer and known from 1908 as the Kodak Film Tank. They were extremely popular and produced in several sizes: 127 film size; 2 ½"; 3 ½"; 5" wide spools. Extra reels could be purchased allowing more than one film to be loaded prior to development. In use the backing paper of the film is attached to a spindle in the wooden box, also in the box is a light-tight celluloid apron, the backing paper, film and apron are wound together on the spindle. This is then transferred to the metal developing tank and processed.

"You Push the Button and We Will Do the Rest" or you can with this

Missing the plastic apron, it was in a million pieces but the metal supports are included.

1908 Metal Kodak Darkroom Film Processing Tank with Reel

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1910s
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  • Ships worldwide from California, United States
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