This small 127 box camera comes with the original box with stamps.

This is a simple small box camera made of leatherette-covered cardboard with a metal face. The Hawkeye was manufactured by Kodak Ltd – London, the British subsidiary of Eastman Kodak. It was first made in 1936.

This camera takes 127 roll film – still available.

The camera is in good overall condition but there are light scratches and scuffs on the front metal plate. The shutter works but it has not been film tested.

The camera has a meniscus lens and single-speed shutter operated by a sliding button. Sliding the button in either direction makes an exposure. The lens has a fixed aperture and fixed focus and there is a pull-out wire frame viewfinder.

The box is worn but still sound with the old graphics and text and stamps.

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