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Kodak Bullet 127 camera. USA 1930s/1940s. Art Deco

Kodak Bullet 127 camera. USA 1930s/1940s. Art Deco

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Art Deco Kodak "Bullet" bakelite camera. Manufactured in the United States between 1936 and 1942 by Eastman Kodak. Designed to make photography quick and easy, it was priced at $3.
Rescued with love in Vienna.
The camera body is made of Bakelite, with a metal viewfinder that unfolds at the top and an extendable circular front. It has a fixed focal position from two meters. The film loading wheel is on the bottom left, so the camera cannot be placed horizontally on a surface to shoot. It also does not incorporate a slot to attach a tripod.
The beautiful "Bullet" is in very good cosmetic condition (8/10) with some loss of color around the lens with a small dent on it. Includes original packaging (no instructions).

MATERIALS: Bakelite, glass, metal. Packing: Carton
MANUFACTURING: Eastman Kodak CO, Rochester, NY.
PERIOD: 1936-1942
CONDITION: It is in very good cosmetic condition (8/10) with some loss of color around the lens with a small dent on it.
CONDITION: Includes the original packaging (without instructions).

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