Folding bellows Pocket Kodak Camera No 3-A Model C; Kodak; 1910 - 1918; CR1977.4...
Folding bellows Pocket Kodak Camera No 3-A Model CAbout this object
Folding pocket camera No 3-A Model C, made by Eastman Kodak in United States of America, 1910 - 1918, for roll film.
The camera has a flat rectangular shape, rounded to fit pocket; with a metal box, black leather cover and chrome plated catches and fittings. The back unclips to insert film. On back is a hinged metal flap for putting hours on the film and is engraved NO. 3A Autographic Kodak. Use film no.A-122. 'Kodak' is engraved on catch. Ball bearing patch screwed onto front.
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1910 - 1918Place Made
Processed material, leather
Processed material, metal; chromium
Inner back - NO. 3-A FOLDING POCKET KODAK MODEL C. U.S. PATENTS
??N.21.1898 SEP.20.1898 OCT.8. 1901
??N 21.1902 APR.29.1902 JULY 8.1902
SEP.9. 1902 SEP.7. 1909 OCT.19.1909
OTHER PATENTS PENDING
EASTMAN KODAK CO.
MADE IN U.S.A.
LICENSED FOR USE ONLY WITH AUTOGRAPHIC FILM. PAT APPLIED FOR
NO.3-A FOLDING POCKET KODAK MODEL C
H X 250mm X W 120mm X 53mmSubject and Association Keywords
From the Collection of the Cromwell MuseumObject Type
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