Vest Pocket Kodak Model B

Truly a vest pocket camera (5"h x 2 1/2"w x 1" deep when folded), it was popular for almost 20 years. It was made in many different versions starting in 1915. This particular model is an autographic (note the silver stylus used to mark the film with a small notation).

The most sought after of the series is the Vanity Kodak Ensemble (1928-1929). Included was a lipstick, compact, mirror and change pocket. It was made in gray, green, red and turquoise and had a beautiful art deco pattern.

  • 1915 - 1934 Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, New York
  • Meniscus lens with 4 selectable apertures
  • I, T
  • Size A-127 film