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  No. 4 Bullet Special Kodak Camera

The No. 4 Bullet Special Kodak Camera was manufactured by the Eastman Kodak company from 1898 to 1900. Capable of taking twelve rectangular pictures, 4 x 5 inches on a film cartridge without reloading or single 4 x 5 inch images on plates. Fitted with a rapid rectilinear, and Eastman triple action shutter, two finders, two tripod sockets, a focusing scale and a rear focusing ground glass. Originally priced at $18.00

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