Here's an unused storage case made for holding Kodak instant photos. It's wood-grained vinyl slip case box with 25 album sheets that will hold 4 Kodak Instant Photo prints on each side, making a total capacity of 200 prints. There is no ring-binder to hold the pages, only loose-leaf sleeve pages and the box. It also contains a sheet of gold press-type letters which were intended for personalizes the title on the album. Since this press type is about 40 years old, it may not be good anymore.
On a historical note, Kodak came out with a line of Instant Photo cameras to compete against Polaroid, but they used a process that violated Polaroid's patent, and Kodak had to take the cameras off the market by the mid 1980's, along with paying a hefty settlement to Polaroid.
The box is about, 9.25" tall and deep, 4" wide. The 25 album sheets are 8.5" square. It weighs about 2.5 lbs and will be 3 lbs packed for shipping. Item #1304004
NOTE: Kodak instant photos are 4" x 3 7/8". Polaroids prints are 4 1/4" x 3 1/2" and don't fit into these album sleeves.
CONDITION: These albums are unused vintage stock, salvaged from a camera shop and still in their original cardboard sleeves. The vinyl is in nice shape, and the album pages are still pliable They're from the 1970s or early 80's.
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