Vintage Kodak tripod and another, Edwardian photography camera support
Vintage Eastman Kodak Co. tripod. No. 0.B brass and steel telescoping tripod, pat. Oct. 31 1911 and another of the same age and style, without a makers name. Both in good working order with plenty of signs of age and use, including some rust and discoloration, flaking of paint etc. Amazing to use for their original photography purposes, or why not use them as a base for a tripod lamp or other piece of home decor?
Price is for one. (KODAK TRIPOD IS SOLD)
Comes up to about waist level for a person of 5'9"
Each weighs around 500 grams.
Let me know at checkout which one you'd like to receive (same price).
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