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The Brownie Target Six-16 Box camera was produced from
1946 to 1951. It's a large box camera measuring 5 3/4 inches by
5 1/4 inches by 3 1/2 inches. It used the now discontinued 116
film size.
It has a very pretty silver and black striped face plate,
2 shutter speeds and an embossed leatherette over cardboard
body.
This one is in fair condition. It's missing it's side viewfinder glass and mirror.
The strap is cracked and worn. There is rust on the metal flashing around the
viewfinder and wear and a smushed corner at the back upper right corner.
There are abrasions on the painted metal edges on the frontispiece.
There are abrasions on the lens mount ring and some scratches on the face plate.
The remaining viewfinder (on the top) is very bright and very dusty.

The shutter and film advance are working.

Though in somewhat rough cosmetic condition, it's still pretty enough for display
(or if you find some old 116 film, fun to try for photography).

Your camera will be carefully packed and shipped priority mail with delivery
confirmation in the US and First class mail international.

Antique Kodak Brownie Target Six-16 Box Camera 1946-1951


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