The simple Spartus Full-Vue plastic 120 format pseudo TLR was made from 1948 to 1960 by American manufacturer Spartus. Its finder lens is larger in diameter than its camera lens, giving a bright finder image on the hooded matte screen.
The name "Full-Vue" resembles of an other box camera with big reflecting finder, the British Ful-Vue. There were various designs of face plate and body decoration over the production period. Early examples were made of Bakelite, although later models may have been other plastics.