Large Antique Kodak Folding No. 3A Camera with Original Leather Case c.1902-1912
A large Eastman Kodak No. 3A folding camera with red bellows and original leather case. The body is wrapped in leather with chrome and brass accents. The camera folds to 2 inches. The leather case has a brass lock. This piece has retained its original finish with minor structurally damage to the leather. The camera may or may not work but is sold as a decorative objects.
- CREATOR Eastman Kodak Company
DATE OF MANUFACTURE c.1901-1912.
MATERIALS AND TECHNIQUES Metal, Leather, Chrome, Brass, Fabric.
- CONDITION Good. Wear consistent with age and use. The bellows appear to be intact. Leather handle on the case is broken on one side.
- DIMENSIONS H 10 in. W 5 in. D 8.5 in.
The Kodak No. 3A is one of Kodak’s early folding cameras and was designed to take a variant of 122 format film, commonly known as the postcard format.