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1961 Imperial Reflex 620 Duo Lens
The Imperial Reflex 620 duo lens was a simple plastic box camera made by Imperial for 620 film. This camera was made by the Herbert George Company of Chicago Illinois in circa 1961. There was a version of this camera marked "OFFICIAL CAMERA, Boy Scouts of America."
The Imperial Reflex 620 duo lens was a simple plastic box camera made by Imperial for 620 film. This camera was made by the Herbert George Company of Chicago Illinois in circa 1961. There was a version of this camera marked "OFFICIAL CAMERA, Boy Scouts of America." An interesting historical aside is that this is the camera used by Lee Harvey Oswald's wife to take the famous picture of him with the rifle before he assassinated John F. Kennedy.
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Flat rate of €16 -DHL Express (1-2 Working Days)
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