Large Antique Kodak Folding No. 3A Camera with Mahogany Inlay c.1910
A large Eastman Kodak No. 3A folding camera with red bellows and Mahogany inlay. The body is wrapped in leather with chrome and brass accents. The camera folds to 2.5 inches. 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 object. Shown with life size hand.
- CREATOR Eastman Kodak Company, USA.
DATE OF MANUFACTURE c.1910.
MATERIALS AND TECHNIQUES Metal, Leather, Chrome, Brass, Mahogany.
- CONDITION Good. Wear consistent with age and use. The bellows appear to be intact. .
- DIMENSIONS H 11 in. W 6.5 in. D 11 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.