KOMBI Camera and Graphoscope by KEMPER,  USA 1892-
A very interesting (and cute) mini-box camera: Believed to be The first miniature roll film camera (film manufactured by Kodak?),  Took 25 exposures of 1 1/8inch square. Notice also at the metal bar which says "LOADED" to keep the photographer from the common mistake of forgetting that the camera has film in it and openning the camera in light.

 The KOMBI camera opens revieling the film. At the back there is another round door so the back can to be used as a viewer (a graphoscope) for positive transparency roll of film. That's why it's called KOMBI (a combination of a camera and a viewer).
 
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