The Imperial Mark 27 is a nifty plastic camera made by the Herbert George Co. of Chicago, probably in the 1950s. It's called a "3-way flash camera" on the box, and a "3-in-1 hideaway flash camera" on the instructions. Apparently, this is because the camera can: - Take color slides - Take color snapshots - Take black & white snapshots
The layout is vaguely related to some of the Kodak Star series, with the film advance winder in the base, an aperture selector (marked COLOR/B&W) below the lens and horizontal lined styling on the back. This camera appeared under other nameplates, including Cinex, and the Boy Scouts' 3-Way Camera. WITH ITS ORIGINAL BOX. UNTESTED. SOLD AS IS.
Used. Excellent conditions, box in good vintage conditions, showa some wear due to use and age. UNTESTED, SOLD AS IS.