Kodak No.2 Folding Autographic Brownie A pretty basic folding camera- these are unusual because the lens is behind the shutter. There is a screw thread in front of the shutter for additional 'portrait' lenses. About 1922.
Most folding cameras from the 20s and 30s took 6 x9 cm negatives- big enough for contact printing. Very few photographers got their pictures enlarged. Autographic simply means there is a door in the back,and a stylus for writing on the back of the film. Autographic film was backed with a kind of carbon paper, allowing the photographer to label the negatives . (You'll often see white writing on the edges of old photos. ) The billows have some wear and tear and all round looks as old as it is. The shutter works great and all the moving parts work just fine.
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