Post by cuchulainn on Sept 25, 2010 19:59:02 GMT -5
Today, I was doing a little Yard Sale/ Flea Marketing and I came across two bellows cameras: a Voigtlander Bessa (ca.1931) and a pre-WWII Kodak Vest pocket. Both seem to be functional and in really good shape! She only wanted $10 for the pair; they were in her grandparent's attic. Does anyone know where I may find some info on these oldies?
There has been a Kodak Vest Pocket camera for sale on UK eBay for a few weeks, on a buy-it-now basis. From memory I think it was £19.95 + postage. I had looked it up to find that it was often used by soldiers in WWI. It was the first 127 film camera and must have been reckoned to be pretty small in its day.
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