London, South Kensington
22 January 2007
Kodak No. 3 no. 282
Eastman Dry Plate & Film Co., Rochester, NY; rollfilm, with lens in a string-set shutter
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Thomas Ganz (1994), Die Welt im Kasten, p. 115.
Brian Coe (1988), Kodak Cameras. The First Hundred Years, p. 12-13.
Condition: 4B(ii)Cosmetic: Normal use and wear. Mechanical: Apparently working. Lenses: Clean and clear, minor handling marks.
The No. 3 Kodak was introduced in December 1889 and discontinued in 1897.
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