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Kodak Brownie Model 1 620 Roll Film Camera Circa 1957


This metal body box camera has a Morocco grained imitation cover.


It has two brilliant finders and a horizontally striped front panel.


Type: Box Rollfilm

Introduced: May 1957

Discontinued: 1959

Film Size: 620

Picture Size: 2 1/4 X 3 1/4"

Manufactured: UK

Lens: Kodet F/14 Fixed Focus

Shutter: Rotary

Kodak Reflex

This popular camera has a "twin-lens reflex" pattern with a large brilliant finder with folding hood.

Slight Staining to Viewfinder Mirror

Kodak Brownie 44A


The Brownie 44A, with a black moulded plastic body, grey "sculptured" top, and a fabric covered aluminium back, was designed by Kenneth Grange. This "modern" and intelligently functional camera features an integral flexible plastic ever-ready cover, and an optical direct vision finder.



Kodak Brownie Six-20 Model D 620 Roll Film Camera Circa 1953


Type: Box Rollfilm

Introduced: 1946

Discontinued: 1957

Film Size: 620

Picture Size: 2 1/4 X 3 1/4"

Manufactured: UK

Lens: Meniscus F/11, 100mm, With Portrait Lens

Shutter: Single Blade



Kodak No. 2A Brownie Model B 1911


 Kodak No 2 Cartridge Hawk-Eye Model C




Manufactured: 1926

Discontinued: 1934

Film Size: 120

Picture Size: 2 1/2 X 4 1/4"

Manufactured:, UK From 1926-1934

Lens: Meniscus

Shutter: Single Speed Rotary




Kodak Six-20 Popular Brownie Circa 1938

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Kodak Brownie No. 0 Roll Film Camera Circa 1917



Kodak Brownie 127 Roll Film Camera Circa 1957


This is one of the updated first models with the Brownie 127 camera with the patterned lens face-plate.


Type: Solid Body Eyelevel Rollfilm

Introduced: 1952

Discontinued: 1959

Film Size: 127

Picture Size: 1 5/8 X 2 1/2"

Manufactured: UK

Lens: Meniscus F/14, 65mm

Shutter: Single Speed 1/50 Sec


Kodak Brownie 44A


The Brownie 44A, with a black moulded plastic body, grey "sculptured" top, and a fabric covered aluminium back, was designed by Kenneth Grange. This "modern" and intelligently functional camera features an integral flexible plastic ever-ready cover, and an optical direct vision finder.


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Kodak Brownie 127 Roll Film Camera Circa 1952


This is one of the first models with the Brownie 127 camera with the plain lens face-plate.


Type: Solid Body Eyelevel Rollfilm

Introduced: 1952

Discontinued: 1959

Film Size: 127

Picture Size: 1 5/8 X 2 1/2"

Manufactured: UK

Lens: Meniscus F/14, 65mm

Shutter: Single Speed 1/50 Sec

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