Vintage Kodak Brownie Holiday art deco Bakelite camera from the 1950s. A cool piece of camera history—it would be a great display item or prop. It takes Type 127 film.
The Bakelite is in very good vintage condition and the camera seems complete, but due to lack of film I can't test its actual picture-taking capability, so it is being sold in Found Condition. Note the patch of rust on the silver side latch in pic 4, and the raveled section on the strap in the last pic.
The camera itself is approx. 3" high by 3 1/2"wide by 2 1/2" deep.
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Returns & exchanges
I want you to love your purchases! I try to be very honest, detailed, and accurate in the descriptions and photos. Please keep in mind, vintage items are rarely perfect —- they've already been a part of someone's life (sometimes many!) before they come to start yet another part of their history with you. If you have any concerns about an item, please don't hesitate to contact me with questions, or to request additional photos of a detail that you feel I haven't shown well enough.
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