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Vintage Bakelite 127 camera, made by the Rolls Camera Mfg. Co. of Chicago, Ill.

Black Bakelite body, shutter level, 50 mm Rollax lens, two exposure settings. There is a viewfinder, and there are two film winding knobs on the top of the camera, and two exposure-number viewing screens on the back of the camera. This camera would have taken 127 film.

This camera was produced in the 1940's. Make a great photo prop or display piece. A great addition to your vintage camera collection!

The specs ::
- In good vintage condition. A little dusty, but no cracks in the Bakelite body. Clean inside. Shutter fires, but the exposure control appears stuck.
- Ships via USPS Priority Mail with insurance.
- Made in USA

{No. 323}

Reserved for Mark -- Vintage Bakelite Camera - Rolls Camera Mfg. Co. Chicago, Illinois Photo Master


  • Vintage item from the 1940s
  • Materials: bakelite, aluminum, camera
  • Only ships within United States.
  • Feedback: 253 reviews
  • Favorited by: 43 people