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EASTMAN KODAK

Eastman Kodak Co., of Rochester, New York, is an American film maker and camera maker. For at least three quarters of the 20th century it played the dominant role in worldwide photography business. Read more about Eastman at

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No. 3A Folding Pocket Kodak Model B-4

Description Vertical folding-bed camera for 3 1/4 X 5 1/2 exposures on 122 rollfilm (introduced for this camera). Flat, rectangular front door. Red bellows (black after August 1912). Polished-wood insets on bed. Year 1903- 1912 Film Size 122 Value - - Original list price - Acquired Unknown Sample Photos


Bedford Boys Ranch Bedford TX July 29, 2010

 

No. 2A Brownie Model C

Description Aluminum body Year 1907 - 1933 Film Size 116 Value - - Original list price - Acquired March 27, 2000. Purchased for . Sample Photos


Caelum Moor Arlington TX July 29, 2010

 

No. 2A Brownie

Description Early models have cardboard bodies, later ones have aluminum bodies Year 1907 - 1933 Film Size 116 Value - - Original list price - Acquired June 10, 2001. Purchased at Antiques Etc in Lewisville, Texas for . Sample Photos

Currently untested

 

No. 3A Folding Brownie

Description Identifiable by their square-cornered bodies and horizontal format. Year 1909 - 1915 Film Size 122 Value - - Original list price - Acquired c1997. Purchased at West End antique shop in Dallas, Texas for Sample Photos


Caelum Moor Arlington TX July 6, 2010

 

No. 3A Folding Pocket Kodak Model B-4

Description Vertical folding-bed camera for 3 1/4 X 5 1/2 exposures on 122 rollfilm (introduced for this camera). Flat, rectangular front door. Red bellows (black after August 1912). Polished-wood insets on bed. Year 1912 - 1915 Film Size 118 Value - - Original list price - Acquired 1998. Gift from a friend. Sample Photos

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The marina in Lewisville Texas.

 

No. 1A Autographic Kodak Junior

Description The Autographic feature was introduced by Kodak in late 1914, and was available on several lines of cameras. Year 1914 - 1927 Film Size 116 Value - - Original list price - Acquired March 2000. Purchased for .60 Sample Photos


Archie St Clair truck and the Blacksmith Shop Grapevine TX July 17, 2010

 

No. 3A Folding Autographic Brownie

Description A continuation of the Folding Brownie Camera series, but with the addition of the "Autographic" feature. About 1916, when the 3A size was introduced, they were all given the new rounded ends. Year 1916 - 1926 Film Size 122 Value - - Original list price - Acquired April 1, 2000. Purchased at Looking Glass Antique Mall in Lewisville, Texas for .50. Sample Photos

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Book Depository-5th Floor Museum and museum store Dallas TX June 29, 2011

 

No. 2A Folding Cartridge Hawkeye Model B

Description Single Achromatic or RR lens Year 1926 - 1934 Film Size 116 Value - Acquired Unknown Sample Photos

Currently untested

 

No. 1A Pocket Kodak Series II

Description Blue, Meniscus Achromatic lens in Kodex shutter. Year 1928 - 1932 Film Size 116 Value - - Original list price - Acquired July 3, 2000. Purchased at Looking Glass Antique Mall in Lewisville, Texas for .57. Sample Photos


Classic Cars Texas Roadhouse Bedford TX September 26, 2010

 

Anniversary Kodak

Description Special edition of the No. 2 Hawk-Eye Camera Model C, issued to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Eastman Kodak Co. Approximately 550,000 were given away to children 12 years old in 1930. Covered with a tan-colored reptile-grained paper covering with a gold-colored foil seal on the upper rear corner of the right side. Year 1930 Film Size 120 Value - - Original list price - (loaded) Acquired January 4, 1999. Purchased at Antiques Etc. in Lewisville, Texas for .50 Sample Photos

Currently untested

 

Folding Rainbow Hawk-Eye - Green

Description Similar to the Folding Hawk-Eye Cameras, but available in black and colors: blue, brown, green and old rose. Year 1930 - 1933 Film Size 2 1/2 X 4 1/4" Value - 0 Acquired December 2007. Bought on ebay for . Sample Photos


Parker Square Flower Mound TX
July 31, 2010

 

Folding Rainbow Hawk-Eye - Brown

Description Similar to the Folding Hawk-Eye Cameras, but available in black and colors: blue, brown, green and old rose. Year 1930 - 1933 Film Size 2 1/2 X 4 1/4" Value - 0 Acquired August 18, 2010. Bought on ebay for .99. Sample Photos


Friend Maria with her 2011 Ducati Diavel, Blacksmith Shop Grapevine TX
June 4, 2011

 

Jiffy Kodak Six-16

Description Art-deco enameled front Year 1933 - 1937 Film Size 616 Value - - Original list price - .50 Acquired 1996. Gift from a friend. Sample Photos


Texas Hill Country April 1997

 

Flying Film Co.

Description Round foil label on the side is embossed with "Mail Your Films To Flying Film Co. San Antonio Texas" Year Unknown Film Size 116 Value Unknown Acquired March 20, 2000. Purchased for .71. Sample Photos

Currently untested

 

Kodak Six-16

Description Enameled art-deco body sides. Slim chrome struts support self-erecting front. Kodak Anastigmat lens f.6.3 Year 1934 - 1936 Film Size 616 Value - Original list price - Acquired April 2010. Purchased on eBay for . Sample Photos


DPS Southlake TX May 2010

 

Six-16 Brownie Junior

Description Box camera with art-deco front Year 1934 - 1942 Film Size 616 Value - - Original list price - .75 Acquired 1997. Gift from a friend. Sample Photos

Currently untested

 

Jiffy Kodak Vest Pocket

Description 4.5X6cm on 127 rollfilm. Black plastic construction. Year 1935 - 1942 Film Size 127 roll film Value - - Original list price - Acquired Unknown Sample Photos

Currently untested

 

Kodak Jr. Six-16 Series II

Description Quick release bar at front of bed Year 1937 - 1940 Film Size 616 Value - - Original list price - Acquired 1999. Gift from a friend. Sample Photos


Delaney Vineyards Grapevine TX July 5, 2010

 

Kodak Jr. Six-20 Series III

Description Self-erecting, streamlined bed supports Year 1938 - 1939 Film Size 620 Value - - Original list price - Acquired March 26, 2000. Purchased at Texas Star Antique Mall in Forney, Texas for . Sample Photos

Currently untested

 

Kodak Vigilant Six-20

Description Folding rollfilm camera with folding optical finder and body release. Year 1939 - 1949 Film Size 620 Value - Original list price - Acquired Unknown. Sample Photos

Currently untested

 

Kodak 35

Description f3.5 Kodak Anast. Special or Kodak Anastar lens. Kodamatic or Flash Kodamatic shutter. Year 1940-1951 Film Size 35mm Value - Original list price - Acquired 2007. Gift from parents. Sample Photos

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Brownie Flash Six-20

Description Metal trapezoid box camera Year 1940 - 1954 Film Size 620 Value - - Original list price - Acquired 1997. Purchased at First Monday in Canton, Texas along with case. Sample Photos

Currently untested

 

Six-20 Flash Brownie

Description Metal trapezoid box camera Year 1940 - 1954 Film Size 620 Value - - Original list price - .25 Acquired April 2001. Gift from parents. I had already purchased the flash on September 18, 1999 at Underwood Antique Mall in Mason when I purchased a Spartus Press Flash Camera. Little did I know that I would receive the camera that went with it a few years later. Sample Photos

Currently untested

 

Target Brownie Six-16

Description Metal and leatherette box camera. Name changed from Target Brownie to Brownie Target in 1946. Year 1941- 1946 Film Size 616 Value - Original list price - Acquired Unknown Sample Photos

Currently untested

 

Brownie Reflex Camera Synchro

Description TLR for 1 5/8 X 1 5/8" exposure on 127 film Year 1941- 1952 Film Size 127 Value - Original list price - Acquired July 30, 2010. Purchased on ebay for Sample Photos


Downtown Wichita FallsTX July 22, 2011

 

Retina I (Type 010)

Description Similar to pre-war Type148. Kodak Ektar f3.5 50mm Compar-Rapid lens Year 1945 - 1949 Film Size 35mm Value -85 - Original list price - Acquired September 2010 Gift from parents Sample Photos

Classic Cars Texas Roadhouse Bedford TX September 26, 2010

 

Brownie Target Six-16

Description Metal and leatherette box camera. Name changed from Target Brownie to Brownie Target in 1946. Year 1946- 1951 Film Size 616 Value - - Original list price - Acquired May 1, 2005. Purchased on ebay for .99. Sample Photos

Currently untested

 

Brownie Target Six-16

Description Metal and leatherette box camera. Name changed from Target Brownie to Brownie Target in 1946. Year 1946- 1951 Film Size 616 Value - - Original list price - Acquired Unknown Sample Photos


My niece standing next to a Coca Cola ad on an old building. Grand Saline TX May 14, 2010

 

Duaflex II

Description TLR camera with fixed-focus Kodex f/15 lens. Year 1950 - 1954 Film Size 620 Value - - Original list price - Acquired June 2005. Gift from parents. Sample Photos


Fort Worth Stockyards Fort Worth TX October 20, 2010

 

Duaflex II

Description TLR camera with fixed-focus Kodex f/15 lens. Identical to above, but with I and B settings rather then I and L Year 1950 - 1954 Film Size 620 Value - - Original list price - Acquired Unknown Sample Photos

Currently untested

 

Brownie Hawkeye Flash Camera

Description Molded plastic box camera Year 1950 -1961 Film Size 620 Value - - Original list price - Acquired c1997. Gift from parents. Sample Photos


Old Bedford School Bedford TX July 4, 2010

 

Brownie Hawkeye Flash Camera

Description Molded plastic box camera Year 1950 -1961 Film Size 620 Value - - Original list price - Acquired 2009. Christmas gift from coworkers. Sample Photos


Grapevine Vintage Railroad. Grapevine TX July 17, 2010

 

Duaflex IV

Description TLR camera with Kodar 72mm f/8 lens. Brown leatherette and plastic covering. Year 1955 - 1960 Film Size 620 Value - - Original list price - .50 Acquired September 9, 2005. Gift from a friend. Sample Photos


Fort Worth Stockyards Fort Worth TX October 20, 2010

 

Pony IV

Description Non-interchangeable Kodak Anastar f3.5/44mm Year 1957 - 1961 Film Size 35mm Value - Original list price - Acquired July 2005. Friend picked up for me at an auction in Ben Wheeler, TX for . Sample Photos


River Legacy Parks Arlington TX August 15, 2010

 




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