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The Ansco company had it's start back in the 1840's with Edward Anthony and in 1902 merged with Scovill & Adams to form Ansco. They merged in 1928 with Agfa to become Agfa-Ansco. The plant was taken over during WW II by the government to make optics for military use. After the war the company became Ansco again. After some other takeovers it later became part of the Kodak Company.
This camera is a simple fixed focus, single-speed shutter, fixed aperture model using 620 film. The body is steel with a lift off top to instal film. It is covered with a leather like material.The condition is good with only a small rub mark on the rounded corner in front of the handle. The plastic flash has two small cracks that are barely visable. There is still a roll of film in the camera.

Ansco Readyflash Camera With Flash Made In 1950s


  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Materials: Metal, Plastic
  • Only ships within United States.
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