Last week, I was roaming in a local yard sale when I saw on a table two folding cameras, in closed position. I slightly opened them and... waooh! rapidly closed them back. Trying to hide my excitement I bargained during few seconds to obtain the lot for 40 euros (about 45 USD). The two gems I got are as follows: A Zeiss Ikon Super Ikonta C (531/2) This coupled rangefinder camera from Germany is the 1949/1950 version fitted with a Compur Rapid shutter and a rare Tessar Opton lens. A "Teleroy" from the French manufacturer Royer. Produced at the same period of time as the Zeiss. It is also of the coupled rangefinder type. Fitted with a nice SOM Berthiot Flor treated lens and characterized by its yellow tinted rangefinder lens. I already had a Teleroy camera in my collection but with the distance numbers engraved in feet on the lens. Some evidence that Royer was trying to export at the time.