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    Vintage one gallon can Kodak Polydol Replenisher. Circa 1965

    Vintage one gallon can Kodak Polydol Replenisher. Circa 1965. A must have darkroom accessory. Impress your friends. Sealed with the all-important key still attached.
    $8.00 + shipping. It's heavy, but will ship cheapest way possible.

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    Vintage one gallon can Kodak Polydol Replenisher. Circa 1965

    Quote Originally Posted by Karl K View Post
    Vintage one gallon can Kodak Polydol Replenisher. Circa 1965. A must have darkroom accessory. Impress your friends. Sealed with the all-important key still attached.
    $8.00 + shipping. It's heavy, but will ship cheapest way possible.
    Interested, pictures? Also have you had it since new? Hehe how has it been stored?

    Thanks


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    Kodak developers in cans lasts for decades. I have some DK-50 bought as WWII surplus that still is as good as the day it was canned.
    A rock pile ceases to be a rock pile the moment a single man contemplates it, bearing within him the image of a cathedral.

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    I bought this can in 1978.
    I saw it at a local camera shop, where it had been sitting on the shelf.
    The owner bought the store in 1963 and he said that the can was already on the shelf when he bought the store from the previous owner.
    So who knows?

    Here are three pictures:
    1. Front
    2. Bottom with key
    3. Top with date
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails can.jpg   key.jpg   date.jpg  
    Last edited by Karl K; 01-25-2013 at 08:46 AM. Click to view previous post history.

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    Vintage one gallon can Kodak Polydol Replenisher. Circa 1965

    Cool PM sent


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