The original Box Tengor is a medium format film box camera made by Goerz and produced between 1924-26.
The model for sale is one of the first Zeiss Ikon Box Tengor, which was released in 1927, when the German branch of Goerz was saved from bankruptcy by being merged with ICA, Contessa-Nettel and Ernemann to form Zeiss Ikon.
A typical box camera for type No. 120 rollfilm, a camera of a type that was made by camera makers all over the world as one for beginners. It is switchable from instant to bulb mode, and two different apertures are selectable. The lens is a pretty clear Hahn-Goerz Frontar 110mm ƒ/11 and the shutter is a fully working one speed with T and B speeds.
Considering its age, the camera is in good condition (see photos) and has a fully working shutter in both modes, plus the different apertures are selectable. The leatherette has a few worn bits (see photos) and some of the metalwork has minor rust (see photos). The 'Box Tengor' branded carry handle it still in place.