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No.2 Brownie Special Worldsfair 1933 emblems

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 € 145



No.2 Brownie Special Worldsfair 1933 emblems

MANUFACTURER: Eastman Kodak Company

PLACE MANUFACTURED: US, NY, Rochr

INTRODUCTION DATE: Nov. 1933

PRODUCTION DATES: Nov. 1933-Feb. 1934

FILM TYPE: 120 rollfilm IMAGE SIZE:6x9cm 2¼ x 3¼ inch.

STANDARD LENSES/SHUTTERS: Kodak Doublet

The No.2 camera is a basic box camera using 120 film with a Kodak Doublet lens. As a mostly export-only model these are less common than other Brownie.

This model was probably the last 120-film Brownie box camera to be produced by Kodak in the USA.


No2 Brownie special with two world fair emblems.

One is a 1833 Chicago 1933 anniversary

emblem and the other one is an emblem of the Chicago World fair 1933.

   Unknown if this camera is sold at the Chicago     world fair 1933 with those emblems or that they      are later pasted