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Imperial Flash Camera

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Imperial Flash Camera

25.00

The Imperial Flash Mark XII was one of the first COLOURful plastic cameras of the 1950s. Herbert George Co. (Chicago) started using eye-catching colours and styles to spur sales of what were otherwise very basic designs of the times.  The Mark XII was dubbed both, the 'official girl scout camera' as well as the 'official brownie scout camera.'  Celebrate the timeless aesthetics of the Imperial Flash and other classic cameras from our series of six. 

This high-quality reproduction of an original watercolour painting is precisely colour-calibrated and printed on a premium 100# Neenah Classic Crest, Solar White Eggshell paper.   Each 8" x 10" print is embossed with the MFC seal and signed by the artist, Annie Scaglione.

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The Imperial Flash Mark XII was one of the first COLOURful plastic cameras of the 1950s. Herbert George Co. (Chicago) started using eye-catching colours and styles to spur sales of what were otherwise very basic designs of the times.  The Mark XII was dubbed both, the 'official girl scout camera' as well as the 'official brownie scout camera.'  Celebrate the timeless aesthetics of the Imperial Flash and other classic cameras from our series of six. 

This high-quality reproduction of an original watercolour painting is precisely colour-calibrated and printed on a premium 100# Neenah Classic Crest, Solar White Eggshell paper.   Each 8" x 10" print is embossed with the MFC seal and signed by the artist, Annie Scaglione.