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1934 Kodak Vollenda 620 with Compur shutter

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1937 Kodak Vollenda 620

with Kodak Anastigmat lens and uncommon Compur shutter

Due to the lack of serial numbers on Kodak lenses accurate dating is not possible. However, the camera was produced from 1934-39.

The 'Vollenda' was originally a Nagel design, the name coming with the company when Kodak bought it in 1931.

1934 saw the introducing not only of the Vollenda, but also the Duo-620 and the Retina with its innovative 35mm cassette.

In 1939 it was replaced with the similarly styled Vigilant Six-20 ($38/1939-49) and Six-16 ($42.50/1939-42).

 

 

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