Eastman Kodak NC Non-Curling Film for Kodak No.4 Cartridge camera, in original box.
Eastman Kodak Co
1903 - 1921
Metal, Photographic film, Cardboard
35 mm (Width) x 35 mm (Depth); 130 mm (Length)
Place of origin
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Fox Talbot Museum, Wiltshire (Accredited Museum)
Eastman Kodak NC Non-Curling Film for Kodak No.4 Cartridge camera, in original box. Yellow cardboard box with red and black design and text giving the same information in English, French and German. "Eastman NC Non-Curling film cartridge. No. 4 Folding Pocket Kodak, No. 4 Screen Focus Kodak. 6 Exposures. 4 x 5 inches. Non-halation. Orthochromatic. Manufactured by Eastman Kodak Co, Rochester, NY". On the box end: " NC 6 Ex. 4 x 5, 123". On the base of the box: "Develop before Oct 1 1921." The film roll is wrapped in foil covered paper. Kodak NC film was first introduced in 1903.
Part of the Fenton Collection. A gift from British Film Institute in 2017. From 1986-1999, part of BFI collection for the Museum of the Moving Image. BFI purchased collection in 1986 from James Fenton's Museum of Photography, Port Erin, Isle of Man 1976-1986.
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Eastman Kodak Co , manufacturer