The No. 1A Folding Pocket Special Model D was produced between 1908 and 1912 by Eastman Kodak. The 1A used 116 film as opposed to the No 1 which used 120. The camera could take 8 exposures of 2 1/2 by 4 1/4. The “A” designation indicates that that camera had autographic function, though this example is missing the stylus.

Manual from Butkus.org

 

Make Kodak
Model No 1A Folding Pocket Special
Model D
Year 1908 – 1912
Format 116
Shutter Ball Bearing
Speed T,B,25,50,100
Lens Rapid Rectilinear
Focus 6,8,10,15,25, 100 to ∞
Aperture f4 – f128 (current f8 – f45)
Light Meter No
Rangefinder No