Let's take a trip back to the 1950's when kids and adults took pictures with the Savoy Camera. This colorful easy to use camera was used by millions of people of all ages all across the country. It was produced by The Imperial Camera Corporation of Chicago, Illinois.
The Savoy Camera was made from 1956 through 1965 during the early days of the space race. The Savoy came decorated with graphics and satellites and grills on the aluminum face plate and molded futuristic fins on the top and down the sides of the camera. This is one of four different models that they made until 1965.
The camera came in several colors---blue, tan, gray, black-red, and green. It took Number 620 roll film which gave you twelve 6" x 6" pictures. It was so popular because it was easy to operate. They said even a three year old could take out of the world pictures using the Savoy.
**Condition: Near Mint Condition. The camera is tan in color. Where you would view the number on the roll on the back of the camera there is a very tiny tan spot(this can be seen on the back view of the camera in our photos). There still is a roll of film inside the camera. The shutter works well. Although it seems everything works fine I didn't take pictures or have the roll in the camera developed to see if it's in working order.
A neat gift for a parent or grandparent who may have used a Savoy Camera in the 1950's.
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