This camera comes with a 30-day Warranty and includes a 1-hour Coaching video call to help you load your first roll of film and understand how to get the best from your camera purchase.
A collectible camera, given the fine condition it is in. S#562813.
The following is taken from the camera wiki:
The Old Standard model of Rolleiflex was made by Franke & Heidecke in Braunschweig, Germany, from 1932 to 1938.
Franke & Heidecke introduced the 6×6 TLR design in 1929 with their original Rolleiflex. While the model discussed here is sometimes (confusingly) called the "original" Standard, this is a revised model offering several improvements over the 1929 Rolleiflex: Hinged back, crank film transport, and a sports finder giving a very different appearance to the viewing hood. "old standard" was not the name at the introduction; it became known by this name after the introduction of the new standard in 1939.
These names are not to be found anywhere on the camera; Rolleiflexes are generally dated and identified by serial numbers. Collectors distinguish between the three sub-variants of the old standard with the factory's internal type numbers: 620, 621, and 622. The war photographer Robert Capa, later a co-founder of Magnum, used an old standard Rolleiflex (as well as a Contax) during World War II.
I rate the camera - cosmetically - an 8/10, with the condition commensurate with age. All the nameplates on the front of the camera are fairly intact. Functionality-wise works perfectly. See the images taken with it on Arista.edu 200 ISO film. The viewing and taking lenses are clear of fungus or separation. Both lenses have scratches invisible to the eye unless you shine a bright light through them. However, neither impacts the images taken with them.