This is the Kodak Brownie Flash Six-20 Camera with flash attachment made some time between 1946 and 1955, when this model was discontinued. The camera has a metal box body with an unusual shape (i.e. wider and rounded at the back). It features an optical direction vision finder, a built-in close-up lens, and time exposure capability. Although it lacks multiple apertures, it has special features such as multiple exposure guard and tripod socket. This camera and attachment have clearly been used and have minor rust spots, particularly where the paint has worn away. It is not known if the camera still works, although the shutter does seem active. Ideal as a decorative collectible or for use in an art work.