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An vintage Kodak amateur printer, patented in 1922. Housed in an attractive finger jointed wooden box, this is a contact printer that was frequently used.
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This item has been shown 7 times. Vintage Kodak Amateur Printer $30. For sale is Vintage Eastman Kodak Amateur Printer -UNTESTED, UNKNOWN, SOLD dirt.
This belongs in a museum. Or in the private collection of a camera collector and historian of photography. It's a Kodak Amateur Contact Printer and it's a.
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Kodak amateur printer vintage darkroom contact printer vgc. Albert Specialty Co. Masking bars are moveable. Antique Printer. Appears to be in good shape, but needs cleaning. -10#.
For your consideration this Antique Eastman Kodak Amateur Printer - Its in rough condition - wiring is frayed I wouldn't plug it in. good for display or a fix it project -has some rust, latching mech is part broken -not completely see pic 7. I try to point out all issues but its still a cool piece - old bulbs inside.
Historical Item. Name Kodak Amateur Printer. Category Machine. Uses Used to print negatives upto 3''x5'' in size and mass produce post cards. Description ca. 1921 It was made of wood, with bulbs inside and a reflective interior.