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Cameras902 of 936No.2 Rainbow Hawk-Eye - George Washington Bicentennial 1732-1932Six-20 Brownie Junior portrait model Bodas de Plata Kodak - Argentina 1915 1940
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Posted 4 years ago

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No2A Beau Brownie a well known camera but the original packaging is less known.

Camera with metal body, styled by Walter Dorwin Teague with two-tone enameled geometric Art Deco design front panel, in five colours; black, blue, rose, green and tan, with matching leatherette covering (green and rose models sold only in 1930 and 1931, and were not available in UK). The doublet lens allowed a shorter body than with the usual Brownie boxes. Some have "Eastman Kodak"on the front but not all cameras.

see for all the other Beau Brownie in all colors
www.browniecamera.nl

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  1. TallerThanNapoleon TallerThanNapoleon, 4 years ago
    It's hard to decide which is cooler, the camera or the box it came in. In the second picture, what it the tube-like contraption extending from the covering on the right?
  2. Remigijus_interactive_Ltd Remigijus_interactive_Ltd, 4 years ago
    It is a Kodak cable release made specifically for this type of camera.
    I like the box because it is rare, but the camera is like art.

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