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The Fotobox, Metabox and Junior (some of these are also labelled Goldy) are box cameras made by Goldstein in France, c.1950, taking 6×9cm images on 620 film. The body is pressed from sheet metal, with a folding viewfinder, apparently on the side — judging by the lens-plate labelling.

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