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No. 4 Bullet Special Model C  (1901)

On the outside the No. 4 Bullet Special is just a plain black box, on the inside however it is a beauty. Apart from the fine wood and shining shutter this camera also is a top of the line Kodak box. It is not a cheap and simple product like the plain No. 2 or 4 Bullet, but a camera with a better lens and shutter.

There are two versions of the No. 4 Bullet Special: the 1898 model (May 1898 - April 1901) and the Model C (April 1901 - April 1904). Both took 4 x 5 inch pictures on film or plates.

The orginal price for the Model C was $ 22.50.
  

  

 

 

 

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