Vintage Kodak Brownie Camera Lamp
According to the Kodak Classics website, this one is a Six-20 Brownie, that was made between 1934 and 1942. "Featuring two brilliant viewfinders, a "T" setting for the 'flip-flop' shutter and a smaller aperture on a pull-up strip, the unusual thing about these cameras is that when set for "close-up", the front lens element moves out of the way." The camera has a Menisus lens, a rotary shutter, and on its film roller says: Use Kodak Film 620.
The camera itself is in really good, age-related condition. We've mounted it on a rectangular base and topped it with an 8" bottom new black parchment lampshade. The lamp is 13" high and takes a 60 watt bulb.
-- Vintage Kodak camera base
-- 8" bottom new black parchment shade that clips onto a regular light bulb
-- Lamp is 13" high from bottom of base to top of lampshade
-- All new wiring and lamp parts -- 60 watt max.
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