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06-26-2007, 03:35 PM   #1
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[SOLD] Any interest in some Vintage Kodak P&S Cameras?

I just came across a box of 8 Vintage cameras, mostly Kodak... I was just wondering if anyone here would be interested? If so, let me know and I will get some pics.
  • Spartus Folding Camera (Pictured)
  • Kodak Duaflex II Camera (1950-1954) (Pictured)
  • Kodak Brownie Reflex Synchro Model (1940-1952) (Pictured)
  • Kodak Brownie "Holiday Flash" Camera w/Kodalite Midget FlashHolder (1953-1962)
  • Brownie Junior Six-16 (1934-1942)
  • Kodak Folding Camera
  • Kodak Baby Brownie Special (1939-1954)
  • Kodak Brownie Starflash Camera (1957-1965)
  • Four Misc. Leather Cases


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How old and what models ? I collect old rangefinders, might be interested.
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Hvae no idea on age, but it's the following models: (Miscounted... only 8 Cameras)

Let me know if they are worth anything to you.

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None of them are rangefinders, thanks for the answer but not what I collect :-)

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Added a pic of the first few cameras.... Are they worth anything?
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Just a guess, $5 to $15 each. The Folder will probably get the most attention. Mint condition might get a little more. The film for the cameras are very hard to find if not completely unavailable. You can google them and get an idea. Yahoo groups has vintage camera boards, I get some info from the Kodak section, mostly repairs and manuals and such. Most of the Kodaks were mass produced and the price stays low.
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Thanks... I was thinking of maybe just posting them as a lot on ebay. Those seem to go for more than the individuals anyway.
 

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