Here is a great example of the beautifully designed Eastman Kodak Jiffy Kodak Six-16 folding camera, manufactured in Rochester, New York between 1933 and 1937. It features a lovely art deco faceplate and leatherette case. This camera features a Twindar Lens and takes Kodak Film SS 616, V616, or 616. The camera folds and unfolds smoothly and is overall good condition. It features two viewfinders, one for holding the camera horizontally, and one for holding the camera vertically. The horizontal viewfinder is a bit loose in the camera, but if you jiggle it, it falls into place and is usable. The camera does show some signs of use, such as a small scratch on the front face plate, wear in the leatherette case, and some separation from the leatherette on the edges of the back cover. Overall, it is in good condition for its age. The shutter appears to function normally.
This is a vintage camera and is sold as is with no guarantees as to functionality. It has not been film tested. Though there is a possibility it is operational, it should be considered a collectors item or shelf piece.