Introduced in the 1930's, this 020 Box was manufactured by the Coronet Camera Co. in England.
Designed as an inexpensive box camera for taking 6 x 9 cm exposures on 120 roll film, the camera is covered in black leatherette and features the 'Every Distance' lens. The camera's body is constructed from fibreboard and metal.
Apart from a bit of rust on the metal work and on the edges of the leatherette, this camera remains in good condition for such an early model (see photos). The shutter fires nicely, plus the viewfinders are still useable. The early leather handle is also still in place, which is quite rare for these cameras. The case is in good condition and still protects the camera well.