1928 - Kodak 2A Hawk-Eye Special / Morocco Finish
1962 - BSA BSA Official 127 Flash Camera
Warranty Card - Registered to Harold Thomas, Henry, Illinois…July 28, 1962
1950 - Herbert George 620 Cub Scout Camera
1950 - Herbert George Roy Rogers and Trigger
With original flash unit.
1930- Kodak No.2 Hawk-Eye model C 50th Anniversary Model
Issued in 1930 to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Eastman Kodak Company.
Note the seal on the side with the dates.
1947 - Kodak Duaflex IV
Considered a Pseudo Twin Lens Reflex (TLR) camera, since the top "lens" is the viewfinder.
1946 - Kodak Brownie Flash Six-20
1950 - Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Flash Model
Flash unit came with another camera, that was not in as good condition as this one. Exactly the same as the one that would have come with the camera.
Roll of unexposed film, dated 1969.
1950 - Argus Argoflex Seventy Five
Another Pseudo TLR Model.
Missing a piece of the top miolding on this side.
1939 - Kodak Baby Brownie Special
1924 - Agfa Ansco Antar Box 2A Vogue
Original box. Also have the original instruction manual.
1927 - Kodak Brownie No.2C Model A
1929 - Kodak No.2 Brownie Model F - Green
1930 - Kodak No.2 Rainbow Hawk-Eye Model B Maroon
Maroon Standard Grain Pattern - Dual Viewfinders for portrait and landscape shooting.
1930 - Kodak No.2 Rainbow Hawk-Eye Model C Brown
Brown Brush Stroke Grain Pattern - Single Viewfinder
1917 - Kodak No.2A Brownie
Has nameplate on back "E.A. Schweiger 1525 Broadway / 664 Grand St. Brooklyn, NY"
1907 - Kodak No.2A Brownie - Canadian
Plate on back "Made in Canada by Canadian Kodak Co. Toronto Canada"
1941 - Kodak Target Brownie Six-16
1946 - Kodak Brownie Target Six-20
1934 - Six-20 Brownie Junior
Wrong handle. This handle is for a Six - 16. Didn't notice until I got it home!
1937 - Zeiss Ikon Erabox Nr. 52/2
Shutter not working. Original strap. Made in Germany. Goerz Frontar lens. produced during the main Art Deco period elongated hexagonal motif on front
1930s - Ansco Marvel S-20
Made by Ansco for Sears in the 1930s This is the earlier "Deco" version. Rough shape, but pretty rare.
1948 - Ansco SHUR-SHOT 20
The series began in about 1935, and Shur Shot cameras originally carried the name Agfa-Ansco in use at that time. Post-1943 models were branded as Ansco alone.
No. 2 Ansco Special
Official Senior Girl Scout Camera