Here we go:
The case does, in fact, say Rolleiflex.
The case was in good condition, considering its age.
I did my usual work, which was to clean the case with saddle soap and then apply a fresh layer of black shoe polish and buff to a nice sheen. Some scoff at this method, but it's leather. If shoe polish works for shoes, it will work for camera coverings and bags. Leather is leather.
The chrome fittings were heavily oxidized, but some Flitz brought them back.
With the top open, we can see inside:
It's a Rolleiflex SL26, which uses 126 Instamatic film.
But wait, there's more:
It's a complete SL26 kit in the deluxe padded case. The top of the case holds a UV filter and three Bay 1 Rolleinars 1-2-3 (obviously, no Rolleipars needed).
And here's everything that is packed into the little case:
And the camera:
I've used one of these before, and they're nice cameras. The downside: The loose tolerance of the 126 cartridge and now the limited availability of the film. I'm hoping that Lomography finds a way to revive the format. I still have about six or seven unused cartridges available.
And that's what was inside the mystery box:
By the way, the camera is in good working condition. I plan to pop some film into it soon. Maybe a good candidate for Film Day.