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Instant Collection of Midcentury & Mod Vintage Camera Pals

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Jumpstart your vintage camera collection with these three choice specimens from the 1950's and 1960's! Here we have a Kodak Instamatic 124, an Imperial Debonair, and a German-made Regula Sprinty. Each camera has mild to moderate cosmetic wear, and are in semi-functional condition, for one reason or another. Here's a rundown of their flaws...

Imperial Debonair - missing metal plate on knob, chip to bakelite right above the knob. Shutter works! Takes 620 film.

Kodak Instamatic 124 - fair bit of wear to face, silver decals have rubbed off. 124 film is no longer sold, so this is essentially a non-functional camera.

King Regular Sprinty - Minor rust to lens carriage, a decorative metal ring that encircles the lens is missing. Shutter seems stuck. Comes with black case, not pictured.

Despite their cosmetic flaws, they still make an attractive trio of retro design items!

All three cameras will be packed and shipped domestically via USPS Priority Mail in a medium flat-rate box. USA shipping price includes delivery confirmation!

Instant Collection of Midcentury & Mod Vintage Camera Pals


  • Vintage item from the 1960s
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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