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The No. 4 Bulls-eye Special by manufactured by the Eastman Kodak from 1898 to 1904. Two models were produced including models 1898 and model C. Capable of taking 4 x 5 inch photographs on no. 103 roll film or glass plates. Constructed of wood with covered with morocco leather and fitted with nickeled hardware. The camera measures 5 x 5 7/8 x 8 1/4 inches. Features included a rectilinear lens with the Eastman triple action shutter. Fitted with two finders and two tripod sockets. Originally priced at $20.00 and continued to sell for $20.00 in 1900.