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a421t.jpgDESCRIPTION: Kodak Signet 35 camera in original leather case, no handle. Made in 1950-1958. Originally made with military use in mind, so it is a very sturdy camera, you can tell based off the design.
FIND IT: Living Room
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a426t.jpgDESCRIPTION: This is a 1930s-40s Cine-Kodak Magazine 16mm Movie Camera By Eastman Kodak Co,. Rochester N.Y. The item comes in its original leather case. It has a Kodachrome Daylight Movie Film included and comes with instructions for use of the f.I.9 anastigmat lens and exposure guide for 16mm and 8mm cameras. Despite the old age, the movie camera is in great shape. Good for inspired film makers who want to add some vintage flavor to their story lines. Not tested but it looks like the owners seemed to be really respectful of these kinds of things. Last serviced in 1957.
FIND IT: Bedroom Dresser Drawer
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a438t.jpgDESCRIPTION: 1930s, Kodak Junior Six-20 folding camera with Kodon No 0 Lens. Uses verichrom V620, ss pan SS620, panatomic F620, or NC 620 film.
FIND IT: Bedroom Dresser Drawer
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a449t.jpgDESCRIPTION: Brownie, Wratten darkroom safelight lamp, series OA. Made in Rochester, NY by Eastman Kodak Company. Untested.
FIND IT: Bedroom
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a453t.jpgDESCRIPTION: Kodak Retina 50748K. Owner date Sept. 24, 1943. Original brown leather case with strap. Retina was the brand-name of a long-running series of German-built Kodak 35mm cameras, produced from 1934 until 1969. Kodak Retina cameras were manufactured in Stuttgart-Wangen by the Kodak AG Dr. Nagel Werk which Kodak had acquired in December 1931. Retina cameras were noted for their compact size, high quality, and low cost compared to competitors. These cameras retain a strong following today, of both photographers and collectors.
FIND IT: Bedroom
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a461t.jpgDESCRIPTION: Kodak Home Enlarger, Eastman Kodak Co., Rochester, New York, made in the USA. The "Kodak Home Enlarger" was made for beginners and appears in Kodak catalogues from 1934 to 1940. It was listed for $16.50 and included a Kodak 98mm lens, negative holder, and paper holder. Photographers needed to supply their own 60-watt bulb. It holds negatives up to 3-1/4" x 4-1/4" format and able to produce 11" x 14" enlargements. Kodak recommended its own P.M.C. Bromide paper to use with the enlarger. It includes the printing frame for the negatives. It also comes with a glass negative of a train engine (broken in half). Plus another blank glass negative in wood frame that's in great condition.
DIMENSIONS: 27" L 15" W, 12.5" H when extended
FIND IT: Bedroom
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a463t.jpgDESCRIPTION: Vintage Kodak lenses, etc. Projection Ektanar, 2 1/2" f/3.5, lumenized, rack focusing for slide projectors, YCACSE; Kodak compur, retina-tele-xenar, f:4/135mm, Schneider-Kreuznach 10 086 388; Kodak projection Ektanon, 5", f:3.5; Edmund N.J., Japan in leather case; lens cleaners, and two antique lenses.
FIND IT: Bedroom
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a474t.jpgDESCRIPTION: An old Kodacolor II camera bag with goodies inside, broken zipper. Ashai Pentax camera with strap (instruction manual), Rodagon f/5.6-50mm lens, Kodak PK36 mailers, Kodak gelatin filer frame holder, Kodak instamatic reflex close-up lens set - type R/29.5mm, Olympus lens cleaning tissues, Kodak retina step-down ring, Tiffen 52mm polarizer (instructions) in case, Hoya filter lens in case, wide angle attachment V-272, Vivitar close-up lens set in case (instructions), and a Komura Lens - telemore95 II 7-K-M-C for P.K.
FIND IT: Bedroom
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a568t.jpgDESCRIPTION: The Weston Master II S141/735 was an exposure meter manufactured by the Sangamo Weston Company of England. This meter is utilized in the field of photography to measure the reflected light and therefore the brightness level of a scene. It is a photoelectric device with a built-in photocell, which detects light. Weston Master II, universal exposure meter in original leather carrying case. Great collectible for the photographers.
MODEL: 735
FIND IT: DS Family Room
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a641t.jpgDESCRIPTION: Keystone Radioptican projector, model no. 421. Made in Boston, USA, Patented May 9, 1911, Ma6 11, 1911, Feb. 10, 1914. It has two artwork/photo image holders that insert on the backside, two exhaust heat vents, with high powered image enlargement lens. As either an operable enlarger for postcards, or for any art studio or just a photography theme room, home theater decor, this 100 year old unit is in good enough condition for restoration. I'm thinking this would be a great way for a collector to show his/her old period postcards, just as would have been done back in the day.
DIMENSIONS: 12.5" H 11.5" 11.5" D
FIND IT: DS BD 1
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a647t.jpgDESCRIPTION: Logan Power Viewer in original box. Brilliant large magnification, illuminating battery view for 35mm slides. Combination hand and table model for 2" x 2" slides.
MODEL: 320
FIND IT: Family room
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