Pocket camera, 'Pocket Kodak', wood / glass / metal / leather, made by the Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, United States of America, 1895-1900
'Pocket Kodak' camera, consisting of a rectangular shaped wooden box which is covered in black leather. The front of the camera has two apertures for the viewfinder and lens. At the top is a circular viewfinder, a metal winder and a metal lever which is attached to the shutter. At the back of the camera is a transparent red disc.