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rniederman's likes9 of 45Antique Stereoscope Viewer Ikoflex - Carl Zeiss VXM Camera - any info?
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    Posted 5 years ago

    Linsan
    (6 items)

    I found this camera in a $5 bargain box from an auction. I don't know anything about antiques or even if they are antique yet but this is a start to my little collection.

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    VINTAGE KODAK BEAU BROWNIE NO2 CAMERA DOUBLET LENS ART DECO ENAMEL w/ CASE
    VINTAGE KODAK BEAU BROWNIE NO2 CAME...
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    Kodak Aero Ektar F2.5 7 In 178mm USA Aerial 5X5 & Mount - Missing Parts - Spares
    Kodak Aero Ektar F2.5 7 In 178mm US...
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    VINTAGE  LOT OF 5 CAMERAS GAF, ANSCO, ROLLEICORD,KODAK,AGFA , FILM IN 1
    VINTAGE LOT OF 5 CAMERAS GAF, ANSC...
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    KODAK EASTMAN 2d 8x10 Camera With 2x Tripods, GGLASS, Shutter, Case, Rail Ext
    KODAK EASTMAN 2d 8x10 Camera With 2...
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    VINTAGE KODAK BEAU BROWNIE NO2 CAMERA DOUBLET LENS ART DECO ENAMEL w/ CASE
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    1. toolate2 toolate2, 5 years ago
      Great camera! We have the same one. It originally belonged to my wife's father...
    2. toolate2 toolate2, 5 years ago
      Great camera! We have the same one. It originally belonged to my wife's father...
    3. SpiritBear, 5 years ago
      Looks beautiful.
    4. rniederman rniederman, 5 years ago
      In reviewing my library of Kodak camera catalogues, this specific model of the Pocket Kodak was listed from 1927 to 1931. The No.1 (6 exposures of 2-1/4" x 3-1/4" images) with Anastigmat lens sold for $17.00. The No.1A (12 exposures of 2-1/2" x 4-1/4" images) with the same lens sold for $18.00. You can figure out if this is a No.1 or No.1A by opening the back and looking for the information inside.

      The body leather was also available in different colors such as blue, brown, gray and green with matching cases.

      The stylus on the side of the shutter is for autographic film (ability to write information on the edge of the negative while in the camera).
    5. Linsan, 5 years ago
      Thank you for the feedback on my camera.
    6. kyratango kyratango, 5 years ago
      Linsan, you bought a great box for 5! Nice camera :-)
      Fantastic informations, Rniederman!
      Think this can be marked as solved :-)
    7. Vintage_Joe Vintage_Joe, 5 years ago
      HI
      Very nice Kodak, I love these old cameras, desing and technic's.
      Have also some old Kodak's.
    8. GeodeJem GeodeJem, 5 years ago
      To check the light qualities of the bellows and to look for leaks, take into a darkened room, extend the bellows and shine a torchlight up and see if light escapes throu any holes.

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