Here is a cool ANSCOFLEX Camera - beautiful industrial design - sliding the lens cover up automatically opens the viewfinder.
Here's some info on the Anscoflex: A classic 1950's camera - designed by Raymond Loewy - the father of industrial design.
"So how does one of the most prolific designers get involved with Ansco to design a camera? Through their mutual friend, Sears. Ansco was never a name associated with high photographic quality cameras, they where a practical mans camera company, much like Kodak. In an attempt to distance themselves from the competition they hired Raymond Loewy to design a camera that would look like nothing else on the market - they got exactly what they wanted. Not only does the Anscoflex not look like any other camera out there, it is built unlike any other camera out there. It has a refined feel to it, the soft corners, the ergonomic controls, it just feels slick in your hands."
In very nice condition - the shutter works - a few exterior scuffs - clean good glass - still has the original strap.
This camera is working and uses 620 film - great start for exploring film photography.
These cameras are excellent choices for TtV work - a big bright glass viewfinder and hood to help block glare. Last photo is an actual TtV image taken with this camera.