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    Posted 6 years ago

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    Leather case on camera, red pull out bellows. Two metal bars to to set level.
    Note inside said bought 1901 to take to Pan American Expo. card also says No.1 where would I find that on camera? I only find patent and design numbers. Is there an instruction book to go along, or would how two's, have been very obvious, as there are no adjustments!
    Thanks, Naomi

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    1. GeodeJem GeodeJem, 6 years ago
      There are parts missing from the front. Namely the proper identification plate but I have checked on evil bay and there many similar, which you can view. Take the camera into a darkened room with a torch and shine up the bellows to check for light leaks. The spring mechanisim is so clean! There are online camera groups including facebook who may be able to tell you more. Folding bellows are not valuable unless they are mint and pristine.
    2. noreengeno, 6 years ago
      Okay checked out similar ones, I think the ones you are seeing are a few years newer. I did find just like mine that was auctioned on e..... and sold a few days ago. There was nothing on front or even a place where something would have been. I see there is another auction with the same model, one bidder, the bidder who missed on last one! Hubby got it listed as he was anxious, just want to get details right. Maybe I will find something out when get a book from library. I will check out facebook, and see about light leaks too. Thanks for the help. Maybe I will check out a grammar book also..... how two's !! Really~ yikes.
    3. noreengeno, 6 years ago
      my camera was a
      Antique Eastman Kodak No. 1 Pull Out- 1889. All of the parts are there. I sold it
      Fri. {22nd). got a very nice price.
      I did as GeodeJem suggested, find a camera club. Found one on F/B, and that's where my buyer was too. Happened to be the person who missed out on auction by a few dollars.

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