The No. 2 Hawkette is a Folding Camera using 120 roll film, made by Kodak in 1930.
The body is mottled brown Bakelite with art-deco details. Takes eight 6x9cm frames on 120 film. This camera has a very simple lens, with three unlabelled f-stops and a working rotary shutter with Time & Instant settings.
These cameras were never offered for sale but used as "premiums" (e.g. used as free gifts or exchanged for coupons, etc.) for products such as Cadbury Chocolates and Australian cigarettes, amongst others.
Being made of Bakelite, these cameras are quite rare in this condition. The camera's body is crackfree. The bellows have some pin-holes during light-tests, so a dark cloth would be needed to be placed over the bellows if you wanted to take photos with the camera. The camera's bag is in good condition and protects the camera well.