A vending machine Kodak rare films of the 50s made by Brecknell, Dolman & Rogers, this vending machine Kodak film is a remarkable survivor and is in very good working condition with only a few minor areas of paint loss. It was used by Forest Photos, Ringwood, Dorset from late 50s to early 60s is equipped for dispensing roll film in black Kodak 620, 120 and 127 and white, for it takes a maximum of 4 / - ( 2 x 2s). Thanks to a (still operating) smart device in each of the three rounds dispensers at the top of each column, may be preloaded with a different amount of change for each film size, so it can charge different prices. He pulled to the outside every night and was screwed to the wall for safety (the brackets are included) so people could buy the movie after hours There is a tab at the top where you could leave the exposed film for processing. It is believed that the store had an awning or a small alcove protecting the climate machine over the years. After the machine was" withdrawn" in the 60s, it ended up in the garage of the owner. The two original keys are still present. Photos Forest closed in 1981. Standing 167cm x 44cm approximately 23cm x is very heavy.