Quote Originally Posted by Karl K View Post
With all due respect to BMbikerider, I must disagree with his dating estimate.
Kodachrome rolls of 18 exposures were introduced at the very beginning of the 35mm Kodachrome lifecycle, around 1936-1937.
You have in your hands, Rich, a glorious piece of photographic history.
Here is what the outside box looked like.
I hope someday that you will find an original box and complete the package.
Best of luck.
Sorry I didn't make myself clear. I started around 1961 with photography so cannot say what took place before that with film cassettes. I remeber those well because they were re-usable for bulk film and not 'throw away' like they are today. I actually had to BUY re-usable cassettes when they stopped using this design and went over to the crimped type.