Kodak Duaflex I
- 620 film
- Fixed Focus
Kodak Duaflex I
Another shop in Wilmington we came across was “Paraphernalia Antiques”. We went in there and the very first thing we saw was a shelf FULL of cameras. Many of them were the box Brownie cameras. They were selling for $10 each or 2 for $15. He told us the reason he had so many cameras was because a woman gave him a lot of 300. We bought two cameras from this shop, this being one of them.
|Years Made||1947-1950 (73 to 76 Years Old)|
|MSRP||$17.25 ($174.96 2012 Dollars)|
|Viewfinder Mirror(s)||MIRK04 |
|Country of Manufacture||USA|
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