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These SABRE 620's are the envy of collectors everywhere. Like the Savoy and Imperial Mark XII, they come in various color combinations. They were manufactured from 1956-1972 by Shaw Harrison. There is another version called Valiant 620. They are older and the rarest of these cameras.

As far as I can tell there were 6 colors, and many combinations of the 6 colors. It drives collectors crazy, but how cool is that? Green is HARD to find, but the best colors seem to be rarer.
This little guy is in great condition. This one has a little “rub” mark on the front that looks like a little cigarette burn straight from an episode of “Man Men”.

I have cleaned, lubed and put this one in good working order. It’s less expensive than searching for days and weeks only to find one that doesn’t work. There are a few of these are out there, but many don’t work or they are missing parts. Not a problem here! It’s not cheap, but it is cool!!

You can find a link for film or buy from my website, or you can “roll your own” film using a spare 620 reel and 120 film. Whatever way you go, you are sure to have fun with this little guy!

Convo me with any questions!

WORKING GREEN VIntage Sabre 620