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This unique vintage camera bank was made by Tupperware Toys. in the 1960's. Its box describes it as New! Exciting! Fun!

It's a plastic toy that looks just like the cameras of that era did, only it's not a real camera - it's a coin bank. The original box is included. One side features a photo of two children and a paragraph titled "play camera". The other side of the box explains about the "secret compartment" in the camera.

Although the box is well-worn, the camera bank itself is in good overall condition. There are a few nicks but no cracks or broken parts or any major flaw at all.

The camera has inscriptions reading "Tupperware, Orlando, Florida, Made in U.S.A." and "Rexall Drug and Ch. Co., 1966." It measures approximately 5 1/2" long, 2 1/2" tall, and just under 1" in depth (not including the lens)

This would make a neat gift for a photographer friend, or anyone into vintage toys!

Vintage camera bank - "code a coin" - made by Tupperware, Rexall drugs in 1966, includes original box

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1960s
  • Materials: plastic, cardboard
  • Feedback: 55 reviews
  • Ships worldwide from Ohio, United States
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