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Own a piece of Girl Scout history! Offering an Official Girl Scout Camera.

A highly collectible box camera made from hard plastic Bakelite type material. Manufactured by Herbert-George Co. of Chicago 6, Illinois. I'm guessing this is from the 1940s or 1950s. It doesn't say Imperial on it, but I believe it's one of the first Imperial models. It takes 620 film (sorry, film not included).

Measures approximately 4 1/4" tall by 3" wide by 3 1/8" deep. Comes with its original carrying strap.

The camera is adorable and in great condition overall. There's some surface wear. No chips or cracks. The front is especially nice. All the parts move, including the shutter, and it appears to be in working condition, but it has not been tested with film and comes as is.

Would make a great addition to a Scout memorabilia collection, a vintage camera collection, as a prop, or as a decor item - and is representative of early mid century technology.

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1950s GIRL SCOUT Official 620 Camera, Imperial Model, Box Camera, Herbert George Company, Collectible