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Here we have an antique Kodak No.4 Folding Pocket Model A camera, made by the Eastman Kodak Company, based out of Rochester, NY. First introduced in 1906, this camera produced six 4¼x6½ exposures on type 126 roll film. This model features a Bausch and Lomb rapid rectilinear lens ,Vertical folding-bed, red bellows, and polished wood inets on bed. This is antique camera is an outstanding example and remnant of early photography.
Camera appears to be in complete condition, seemingly with all its original parts. However, we are not photography experts so we are unable to test this camera to see if it is in working condition, so we are selling this untested, “as is.” All mechanical components appear to be fully operational including the track that controls expansion. The bellows have no visible tears or holes. The body is in great condition, with only some slight wear, consistent with age. Lens shows no cracks, but only one area on the top of the lens with some slight dust or mold that we have made no attempt to clean. Please view all pictures for a closer look.
Measurements: approx 9″W x 7&1/2″ L ( with fully extended bellows) 2lbs 12 oz
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