Friday, November 25, 2011

2A Brownie Model C Aug. 4, 1925 Box Camera

Linking to: 
A Picture is Worth 1000 Words, Tuesday 2nd Time Around
30 days to Christmas
This has been a good year for finding vintage cameras. This is a second Brownie find and I am 'letting it go', it is now in my booth. The others are boxed up waiting to become a display at home. Here is a link showing a large range of Brownie Cameras.


  1. Very cool! I'm just starting to collect cameras. The prices seem to go pretty high on them at auctions lately, but I keep trying!

    Angie @ Knick of Time Interiors

  2. Oh it's fabulous and i love the name!
    I love the holly in the background and the santa is so cute.

  3. Love the holly in the photos! What wonderful Brownie cameras! Thanks for stopping by, Joy. It'a always lovely to hear from you. Enjoy your weekend.


  4. My Grandmother had one of these cameras exactly like the one in your pictures. She carried it everywhere for years and years and it took great black and white pictures even though it had been held together by a rubber band for as long as I knew her to have it. Simple is sometimes just the best.

  5. I love vintage cameras, they are a fun thing to collect! Laura - Cottage and Broome

  6. Those are neat looking cameras. I've picked up a few old cameras in yard sales through the years. I think I gave them to my niece who collects cameras.
    I imagine the Brownie was a significant family investment in 1925.

  7. I would love to find one of those cameras some day!


    The Joyful Thrifter

  8. I love the Brownie cameras. A very cool collection. My hubs collects vintage cameras and I have never shared them. A great idea!!! I enjoyed your photos very much.
    Hugs, Jeanne

  9. Very interesting! Thanks so much for linking to 2nd Time Around!

    Your photos are awesome!


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