Kodak Vollenda 620 roll film camera produced in the Nagel factory Germany from around 1932 to 39.
This is quite a rare model of this camera being fitted with a Schneider Xenar 10.5cm F4.5 lens and an optical viewfinder, these Nagel designed cameras have a pleasing art deco inspired appearance to them.
This is from my own collection which i am now trimming down, the camera is in good clean condition with no damage and has a nice bright appearance to the leather and chrome parts, their are odd marks to the black paint as would be expected for a camera of this age, please see photo,s the Compur shutter runs on all speeds without sticking or hesitation 1 sec to 1/250 and sound appropriate, on the B setting the blades are slow to fully open, the T setting is not working correctly, the optical viewfinder is clear and bright as is the lens with no cleaning marks ect, the camera is complete with case which shows age related wear and patina but is fully intact.
This is a private sale for UK only please.
Any questions please ask, but please allow time for a reply.
Postage via RM 2nd tracked and signed for, items are always safely packaged.
Please note i do NOT give partial refunds.
Thank for looking.
Category: Cameras and Photography:Vintage Photography:Vintage Cameras:Folding Cameras