This is a Kodak Brownie 127 Camera, the 1st model of the very popular 127 series. It has a plain face-plate indicating that it was produced from 1952-1955 in England.
It uses 127 film and produces amazingly large 4cm X 6cm negatives. It uses a simple meniscus lens with f/14 aperture and an original shutter speed of 1/50th.
This particular Kodak Brownie 127 Camera looks to be working well, has a snappy shutter and the original neck strap. There are no cracks or chips on the camera or around the seal. The lens looks good and I’ve added a take-up spool so it’s ready to go with a roll of film.
I’ve cleaned it up but like all old cameras like this, it could use a personal cleaning to make it your own.
Here’s more information on The Brownie Camera Page.
The Brownie Camera Guy says:
Load it with some film, go out and use it…the Kodak Brownie 127 Camera is fun and easy to use.