Kodak Brownie (1900 Type) with Palmer Cox boxgreenspun.com : LUSENET : Brownies Buy and Sell : One Thread
I recently acquired a Brownie (1900 Type) in perfect condition with an original Palmer Cox Brownie box (missing one end flap). I would like to know what the actual value of such an item is (not what they are bringing on eBay). I would like other SERIOUS Brownie collectors to respond.
-- Robert Maynard (email@example.com), June 01, 1999
Since posting the original question in 1999, I have had 5 serious offers for the camera. The range has been from a low of $450.00 to a high of $795.00, the latter being offered in June of 2003. The camera still sits in my display case at home. Like a fine wine, it will only increase in value.
-- Robert Maynard (firstname.lastname@example.org), August 30, 2004.
I have never bought a kodak brownie, though i understand that they are quite rare today. originally they were priced at 1.00 each, but that was in the 1900's when they first came out. any original brownie bought today would easily be an antique.
-- sophia nguyen (email@example.com), August 29, 2004.
Hello Robert. I paid $100 Aust. For my Cardboard body,Kodak Brownie No.2 with original box(Brownie character on side)and instruction booklet.The camera and box are in a very good condition.
-- Damien Liew. (firstname.lastname@example.org), July 28, 1999.
I,ve bought mine for 345,= giulders aprox. $180,= with a rol of film
-- maarten (email@example.com), June 04, 1999.