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Kodak Cameras68 of 220Kodak jiffy camara. not sure when this camara is from. could be as early as 1930. ?Antique Eastman Kodak maybe No. 1
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    Posted 6 years ago

    award376
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    I was cleaning out my moms basement and came across this camera. I believe that it may have been my grandfathers. Its in the original box so that how I know the name. When I googled it I found lots of pictures that show it was manufactured in Rockchester NY, but mine says it was manufactured in Toronto ONT. Other then that I know nothing. If anyone can share some insite, I'm very interested in knowing more.

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    1. rniederman rniederman, 6 years ago
      This is not unusual. Kodak was a truly international company with operations in London (1890s) and Canada (founded in 1899 as Kodak Canada, Inc.).

      In 1898, American Eastman Kodak and British Eastman Photographic Materials reorganized into a single worldwide holding company called Kodak Limited. Then in 1902, Kodak Limited expanded its retail and wholesale operations to include Belgium, Holland, Hungary, and Austria. In summary, there are a lot of Kodak cameras with international markings; it's just that we don't see many here in the U.S.
    2. DerekToye DerekToye, 6 years ago
      Very nice. I have one of these too in my collection.

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