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A rare and beautiful Kodak Brownie Folding camera from the 30's.

This Kodak Brownie Pliant six-16 was made in the USA for export to France... 'Pliant' is french for folding.
The camera has four apertures, numbered 1-4, available on a rotating disc and the shutter is a No. 1 Kodal that still works fine.

Although the camera is in working order, it needs a 616 film which is no longer manufactured.
So this Kodak is for collectible purposes only. But a beautiful collectible it is.
The way these old camera's were made has something delicate and fragile, it is a piece of art on its own.

The front opens and closes smoothly and the little pin to open the front, can at the same time be used to let the camera stand on its own.

On the inside I've found a take up spool... I wonder if it is possible to use a 120 film in this camera but I'm afraid I can't find any information about this on the internet.

The outside of the camera looks distressed, the fabric has come loose as the fourth photo shows.

I will wrap the camera safely in bubble sheet and will ship it in a carton box.

If you have any questions, feel free to write me, I will gladly reply.

Thank you for stopping by,
Marion

Kodak Brownie Pliant six-16

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1930s
  • Materials: metal, fabric
  • Feedback: 782 reviews
  • Ships worldwide from Limanton, France
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