The Wayfarer's Collection

A few select finds from our travels.

We love to travel, and are always on the lookout for unique items. To be honest, Jen loves to shop! We always enjoy discovering antique shops and junk stores tucked away off the beaten path.

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Kodak Instamatic


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Kodak Instamatic
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Kodak Instamatic

Remember the package of 5 block flash bulbs, each of the four sides it’s own flash?! If you do, then you know the Kodak Instamatic well! We grew up with this type of camera, and having it in plain sight can bring back great memories of childhood. A worthy addition to any book shelf! It’s in great shape, and everything is in working order. However, it’s not been film tested but it should work if you want to take it for a spin!

The Instamatic was a series of inexpensive, easy-to-load 126 and 110 cameras made by Kodak beginning in 1963. The Instamatic was immensely successful, introducing a generation to low-cost photography and spawning numerous imitators. The first Instamatics went on sale in early 1963. They were the first cameras to utilize Kodak's new 126 format. The easy-load film cartridge made the cameras very inexpensive to produce, as it provided the film backing plate and exposure counter itself and thus saved considerable design complexity and manufacturing cost for the cameras.

Original Kodak Instamatic Commercial

About the Wayfarer Collection

We're always on the lookout for great finds and unique items. Each with a story it's own. As we stroll, roam, and meander through rural areas of the northeast, the hippest neighborhoods in New York, or the back woods of southern states, it never ceases to amaze the beauty found in small tucked away corners of our world. This collection will continue to grow over time, so keep your eyes open!

We'd be thrilled to hear your thoughts, comments, & feedback!