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I have what appears to be an ancient copy machine. I have

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I have what appears to be an ancient copy machine. I have several pictures of this for you to look at, I only need an email to send them. It is too hard to try and explain. I only want to know if it is worthless or priceless..............
Lloyd XXXX
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Antiques
Expert:  Nora replied 1 year ago.


Yes, this is an antique wooden photo printer box from the early 20th century; they were primarily sold to amateur photographers for home use. Kodak made a box of this type.

Here is a link for you to an example of a Kodak photo box in excellent condition that sold for $100:

In fair condition, these sell for $25 - $40.