This black, roll film, Kodak Brownie 127 camera has vertical lines to the body and cream coloured knobs. The lens is housed in a square shaped protrusion and has a metal label riveted around it. The body of this camera is in two parts which are help together with metal fasteners. It has a simple meniscus lens and a curved filmplane to reduce errors caused by the simple lens and sold in the millions during the 1950s and 1960s. This item forms part of the Plastics Historical Society (PHS) collection.