No. 2-C Kodak Jr. (Autographic)

Very similar to the No 1-A in the design and construction but with a larger film format. This example demonstrates the poor condition many old cameras. The leather covering is eroded and missing and there are copper sulfate “bumps” on the back. These bumps were caused but the reaction of the copper and brass rivets to moisture. As the copper sulfate builds over time it creates bumps under the leather covering.

  • 1916 - 1927 Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, New York
  • Rapid Rectilinear, Bausch & Lomb Lens
  • Ball bearing leaf shutter, T, B, 25, 50, 100
  • Size A-130 film