The Seroco Junior, a folding bed camera for 4x5 inch film plates, may have been made by Conley for Sears (ca. 1905). It looks almost like a Conley Model VII, also a wooden single extension folding plate camera with the same lens standard and Wollensak Junior shutter with time, bulb and instant mode (shutter speed 1/50 sec.). The lacquered inner wooden parts including the wooden reflecting type viewfinder together with a brown leather bellows gave it an elegant appeareance. It is badged "Manufactured by The Seroco Camera Co.".

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