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No.2 Brownie Special Worldsfair 1933 emblems
Camera value € 145
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