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can anyone tell me about kodak nos.2c and 3a autographic juniors?
-- melissa sumner (firstname.lastname@example.org), August 16, 1999
Here's some quicky info on those 2 cameras:
No 2C Autographic Kodak Jr. was introduced in June 1916 and discontinued in Jan 1927. It takes A130 film with a picture size of 2 7/8 X 4 7/8" and was made in the US. Around 200,000 of these where made. Look at the lens - Kodak Anastigmat f/ 7.7 was made from Jun 1916 - Jan 1925 and a Kodar f/ 7.9 was from May 1925 - Feb 1927. There was a UK variation that used a Zeiss Tessar f/ 6.3 in 1926.
The No 3A Autographic Jr. is a very similar camera: Introduced in April 1918 and discontinued in Feb 1927. It uses A122 film with a 3 1/4 X 5 1/2" picture size. It was also made in the US. It used the exact same lenses except The Kodak Anastigmat f/ 7.7 was used from Apr 1918 - Jan 1925.
These cameras seem to be worth approximately $10 - 30, maybe abit more if in good shape.
-- Chuck (email@example.com), August 18, 1999.