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No.2 Beau Brownie rose

#US7

The value of the camera is only an indication and based my own observations and purchases,value is based on an undamaged camera in any way whatsoever-the original packaging of the camera falling sharply in value if not comlete is equipped with tape or smudged - well defined in the McKeown camera price guide;The price of an antique camera dependent upon the moods of the buyer and seller at the time of the transaction.Camera value € 450



  with original box €  800

No.2 Beau Brownie rose

MANUFACTURER: Eastman Kodak Company

PLACE MANUFACTURED: US, NY, Rochester

TEXT ON STRAP: none

INTRODUCTION DATE: Oct. 1930

INSIDE LABEL NUMBER:

PRODUCTION DATES: 1930-1931

FILM TYPE: 120 rollfilm IMAGE SIZE: 2¼ x 3¼ inch.

STANDARD LENSES/SHUTTERS: doublet lens rotary shutter  

Also manufactured in Canada by Canadian Kodak Co. ltd. some have a logo inside "made in Canada" but not all cameras.

Camera styled by Walter Dorwin Teague with two-tone enameled geometric Art Deco design front panel, in five colours; black, blue, rose, green and tan,

with matching leatherette covering.

Green and rose models sold only in 1930 and 1931, and were not available in UK. The doublet lens allowed a shorter body than with the usual Brownie boxes.

Some have "Eastman Kodak" but not all cameras.