The Agfa Billy Clack is a very stylish and well made camera from the 1930's.

It has the choice of three apertures, these being f11, f16 and f22.

A spring shutter is operated on the side of the front panel.

The front and top would appear to be a smart black enamel. 

The camera structs are most fictional.

By taking 120 film the camera is usable today.

My example has light tight bellows.

For viewfinder you have a choice of a "sports viewfinder" on the camera body, or on the lens front you have two small reflex windows, one portrait and one landscape.

I found the camera fun to use and the results on the whole good for a fixed lens.