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    Posted 11 years ago

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    Brownie No.2 Model D was produced from 1914 to 1919 by Kodak Eastman(in 1919 Model E was introduced). This particular camera is from 1917 to 1919 because of the back spring latch style and name plate style (which was only offered in those years). These little nifty wooden box cameras were leather wrapped and had a rotary shutter along with 3 aperture stops on a pull out strip located on the right side of the camera. Used 120 roll film.

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    1. officialfuel officialfuel, 11 years ago
      I love your collection but I'm favor the older cameras the best. I've never seen so many awesome cameras in my life. This site has really opened my eyes up about the passion each and everyone has on there collection. Collectors Weekly is truly a great site to look at and get some incredible info.
    2. Henry Henry, 11 years ago
      Thank you... Yes the older cameras can be more exotic due to less numbers of mass production, the age, and materials used (all play a role). Also the style is more simplistic and sometimes more elegant.
    3. lynne schiele, 11 years ago
      I have 1897 patent, Bulls-Eye Model C with same box and strap. Any suggestions about value and where to sell?
    4. Henry Henry, 11 years ago
      I can direct you to this site that might help but I don't know without doing some research myself. Let me know if this helps.
    5. lynne schiele, 11 years ago
      Great resource! Thank you!
    6. Henry Henry, 11 years ago
      Your very welcome.

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