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Kodak Brownie Six-20 Flash Camera, circa 1940
By Eastman Kodak
Located in San Francisco, CA
About This is an original Kodak Brownie Flash Six-20 camera. The body is wrapped in leather and flash arm is Bakelite. This camera has retained its original finish and has the app...
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Early 20th Century American Industrial Sports Equipment and Memorabilia

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Metal

Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Flash Camera, circa 1949-1961
By Eastman Kodak
Located in San Francisco, CA
About  This is an original Kodak Brownie Hawkeye flash camera. The body and flash arm are Bakelite. This camera has retained its original finish and has the appropriate amount of ...
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Early 20th Century American Industrial Sports Equipment and Memorabilia

Materials

Metal

Brownie Target Six-16 Box Camera, circa 1946-1951
By Eastman Kodak
Located in San Francisco, CA
About: This is an original leather Eastman Kodak brownie target six-6 box camera with original leather strap. This piece has retained its original finish with minimal structural d...
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Early 20th Century Industrial Photography

Materials

Leather, Fabric, Optical Glass

Antique Eastman Kodak No. 2 Folding Brownie Camera and Leather Case, circa 1919
By Eastman Kodak
Located in San Francisco, CA
About An antique no. 2 folding brownie camera and original leather case. It has a rectangular body, and a sliding lens post connected to the body by bellows. It folds smoothly clo...
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Early 20th Century Industrial Photography

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Chrome

Antique No. 2A Brownie Box Camera, circa 1916
By Eastman Kodak
Located in San Francisco, CA
About This is an original leather Eastman Kodak No. 2A brownie camera with original leather strap. This piece has retained its original finish with minimal structural damage. Came...
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Early 20th Century Industrial Photography

Materials

Leather, Fabric, Optical Glass

  • Antique No. 2A Brownie Box Camera, circa 1916
  • Antique No. 2A Brownie Box Camera, circa 1916
  • Antique No. 2A Brownie Box Camera, circa 1916
  • Antique No. 2A Brownie Box Camera, circa 1916
H 5.25 in. W 3.5 in. D 6.5 in.
Eastman Kodak "Brownie Junior Six-16" Camera, circa 1934-1942
By Eastman Kodak
Located in San Francisco, CA
About This is an original "No. 2 Folding Pocket Brownie" camera. It has a rectangular, wooden body, and a sliding lens post connected to the body by red leather bellows. It folds ...
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Early 20th Century Art Deco Sports Equipment and Memorabilia

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Brass

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