Kodak No 3A Model B2 Folding Pocket camera manufactured by Eastman Kodak Co., Rochester, N.Y., U.S.A, circa 1910.
The camera uses 3¼" x 5½" exposures (postcard size) on122 mm roll film, features a Bausch and Lomb rectilinear lens and ball bearing shutter. It was first patented 9 December 1890.
The No. 3A Folding Pocket Kodak camera range had over half a dozen variants in the series that were made from 1903 until 1915.

Physical Description

Dark tan, vertical folding-bed camera. Red bellows and polished wood insets on the bed of the camera. It has a brass and chrome metal lens face. Leather case handmade from harness leather.

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