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Posted 5 years ago


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kodak brownie
glass christmas ornament
made in germany

looks like the holiday brownie camera


  1. jimmy cordray, 5 years ago
    i have one also but it doesnt work no longer. i grew up with mom taking pictures with it. i never saw the box it came with. thanks.
  2. Karen Laricci, 5 years ago
    how much would a camera like this be worth? what year was it made?
  3. JohnKratz JohnKratz, 5 years ago
    Jimmy, just so you know, the box shown in the photo here is the box for the Christmas ornament, not the box for the actual camera. The camera came in several different boxes, by itself, and as an outfit. If you'd like to see the actual boxes, there are always a bunch to look at on eBay.

    Karen, the Brownie Holiday Flash was made from 1953-62, with an original list price of $5. Today, it's not worth much more than that. Nice examples, even with the complete outfit, rarely sell for more than $10.
  4. Theresa G., 4 years ago
    have a brownie holiday camera, wondering how much it's worth
  5. timeflys, 20 days ago
    Theresa G.
    Your Kodak Brownie Holiday Camera is worth .99 cents to $25. Condition is a major player, does it have chips, cracks, scratches in the body, any broken or missing pieces? Does it come with or without a flash? Do you still have the original box, and is the box in tact? Even if it is in wonderful condition, the market is flooded with them, driving prices down. Better to gift it to a young person whose curiosity and thirst for new and different things would be appreciated. Yes, as of now (2015) both film and developing services are available.

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