M.I.O.M. Photax III
Photax III Bakelite camera in pretty decent condition, for a Bakelite camera from the late 1940s: no missing pieces, some finish wear, and a back that has a bit of a (non-structural) deformation and also appears to have been painted black. Made by a Parisian company called M.I.O.M., the Photax III is a simple machine with a fixed-focus Boyer lens, two apertures ("1" and "2") and three shutter speeds (1/25s, 1/100s, and T). Worth noting: This camera is designed to shoot 620 film, which is no longer available ready-to use. If you want to shoot this camera, you'll need to wind 120 film onto a 620 spool yourself, or source hand-spooled 620 film from a specialist company. Includes the original lens cap and a case which may or may not be original, but looks pretty cool.