The Savoy Mark II camera was made by the Imperial Camera Corporation of Chicago Illinois in circa 1960. It was a simple and inexpensive box camera made of plastic. It featured a built-in eye-level view finder, a simple fixed focus meniscus lens, and an instantaneous shutter. It captured exposures on 620 roll film. This camera was similar to the Royal by Herbert George.
This camera is clean inside and out . All parts seem to work but it has not been tested with film. It does have some hairline cracks around the back film counter window. There are also various scrapes and scuffs on it. Someone has etched 620 onto the front face plate in two places. Please see photos.
***I am selling this camera for decorative purposes only as I do not know if it actually works. Sold As Is- No Guarantee/No Returns.
It measures approximately 3 1/2" x 3" x 3".
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