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This camera was issued to celebrate Kodak's 50th anniversary in 1930. As you can imagine, it was issued in enormous numbers, and everyone wanted one. Consequently, it is not rare. They are plentiful on the market. That's why only those in perfect condition with the original packaging command the highest prices.
Based on recent sales of this camera, if your camera is in excellent condition with no original packaging, its current retail (replacement or insurance) value is approximately $50. If you were to sell it, you could expect to get the fair market (private sale or auction) value of approximately 40% of the retail amount, or $20, depending on location and actual condition.
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