That premium runs to about ,000 or £5,990 for the body, ,300 with the XCD 45mm f3.5 lens or ,000 with both the 45mm and XCD 90mm f4.5 lenses.(Pricing for the UK and Australia wasn't available for the kits.
Some Items have a four-letter code indicating month and year: "YROC" would indicate 05-61, or May, 1961.
In Kodak's United Kingdom division, the same system was used, but with code word "CUMBERLAND".
French and Brazillian divisions may have used other words. ) It should also be noted that George Eastman was a strong proponent of the International Fixed Calendar, (you can read a bit more about it here:
I think most of us know this, but a quick search showed no posts with the word CAMEROSITY in the title, so I'm posting this for reference.
Kodak cameras and lenses can be dated to the month and year of manufacture by the code word CAMEROSITY, where each letter indicates numerals 1 through 0: C A M E R O S I T Y 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 (Sorry, the forum doesn't let me line up the letters perfectly, but you get the idea!