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Vintage Polaroid 420 Automatic Land Camera with Original Literature Early 1970s

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Harking back to the early 1970s is this really cool Polaroid Automatic Land Camera.

Case de-tatches and camera folds out on bellows.

Really cool piece! Comes with carrying strap, original owners manual, flash operations and 2 "cold clips."

Condition is good, but has been used. Almost all pieces seem to be there except missing flash attachment which goes on top right of camera - can see three holes where it would have gone (see last picture right hand side). Besides that, all appears to be there. Did have battery still in it, which was removed for safety.

Do not know if this camera still operates! It is being sold UNTESTED! I am not sure if they make film for this model anymore.

This camera measures closed:

4 1/4 inches tall
8 inches long
3 inches wide

When opened, the interior bellows pull out to about 6 inches.

Would make a fantastic display piece and sure to generate conversation! Really neat piece of Polaroid history!

Please keep in mind, this camera is being sold as is for a display piece or possibly could be used if film is still made. It has not been tested and may or may not be functional.

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Vintage Polaroid 420 Automatic Land Camera with Original Literature Early 1970s

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