This 1950's camera is a fun piece to add to a vintage home, or to add a little character to any book shelf!
The Spartus "120" Flash Camera is a simple molded-plastic box camera from Herold Products Co., successor to Spartus Camera Corp, offered circa 1953. It is designed for 6×6 cm exposures on (unsurprisingly) 120 film, and has dual sockets offering flash sync for the reflector flashbulb unit provided. Examples have been seen named simply Spartus "120" on a plainer metal faceplate (despite having the same flash connection and "Herold Products" name molding inside the film compartment). Other name variants such as Sunbeam "120" are known.
**A great piece for decor, HAS NOT BEEN TESTED, LIKELY NOT IN WORKING CONDITION.**