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Cone Kodak Camera No. 1, 1898

Lot 0629 Details

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Cone Kodak Camera No. 1, 1898
Eastman Kodak, USA. Produced for sale in Europe, only, similar to the "Pocket Kodak", but with trapezoidal or "Jumelle" shape, records indicate a production on 1,000. Here an unknown version with brown leather covering! Achromatic lens, single speed. - Very rare rollfilm camera! - Literature: McKeown's Price Guide 2005/06, p. 489.

Cone Kodak Camera No. 1, 1898
Eastman Kodak, USA. Eine der wohl seltensten nicht bezeichneten Kodak-Kameras, die nur für den europäischen Markt produziert wurde, weniger als 1.000 Stück gefertigt! Hier eine bisher unbekannte Version mit braunem Lederbezug! Für Rollfilm mit Aufnahmeformat 4 x 5 cm, Filmtyp 102, Achromatic-Objektiv, Einzeitenverschluß, Jumelle-Style. - Absolute Rarität unter den frühen Rollfilmkameras! - Literatur: McKeown's Price Guide 2005/06, S. 489.
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Cone Kodak Camera No. 1, 1898

Estimate €7,000 - €10,000
Oct 01, 2011
Starting Price €5,000
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0629: Cone Kodak Camera No. 1, 1898

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Lot 0629 Details

Description
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Cone Kodak Camera No. 1, 1898
Eastman Kodak, USA. Produced for sale in Europe, only, similar to the "Pocket Kodak", but with trapezoidal or "Jumelle" shape, records indicate a production on 1,000. Here an unknown version with brown leather covering! Achromatic lens, single speed. - Very rare rollfilm camera! - Literature: McKeown's Price Guide 2005/06, p. 489.

Cone Kodak Camera No. 1, 1898
Eastman Kodak, USA. Eine der wohl seltensten nicht bezeichneten Kodak-Kameras, die nur für den europäischen Markt produziert wurde, weniger als 1.000 Stück gefertigt! Hier eine bisher unbekannte Version mit braunem Lederbezug! Für Rollfilm mit Aufnahmeformat 4 x 5 cm, Filmtyp 102, Achromatic-Objektiv, Einzeitenverschluß, Jumelle-Style. - Absolute Rarität unter den frühen Rollfilmkameras! - Literatur: McKeown's Price Guide 2005/06, S. 489.
Condition
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(2-3/2-)

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