Posted 2 years ago
This is a circa 1910 Kodak camera, passed down through the generations to myself. I believe it was originally in the possession of my Great Grandfather, And passed down from there on to myself. This is a beautiful camera, Complete with all extras, and , in my opinion, in perfect working order. I have more pics available upon request. What I do ask is if any body has any information on this unit I would be most appreciated. I do know it is a Kodak, circa 1910, wood box with leather covering, bellows type with rotating frame plate. It has the original Graphic film plate adapter plate, US Patent# 2,056,144. It also has a bearing patent (no#) but dated Jan 18, 1910. The horizontal/vertical leveler, optical sight, shutter, everything works. No tears in the bellows. This is a complete and working order camera. I had no idea my Dad had carried this unit for all these years (he passed away in 1999) until my Mom passed it to me last week. I do not know the exact model of this camera, I'm hoping with pics provided someone out there will. Until then, she's locked up nice and tight.