I received this camera as a gift from a family member some time ago. It was a bit of a mystery at first as the name-plate is missing and I was unable to find any other markings naming the manufacturer. But the camera had the look and feel of a store-brand, so I flipped through McKeown's to the Sears section and there it was. The camera is a Sears Tower Reflex III, manufactured in Germany in the 1950's. I was lucky, the shutter release (grey button below the taking lens) is rather distinctive, which made the camera easy to identify. A nice thing about this camera is that it takes 120 film which I have in ample supply. While I call it a TLR, this camera is what others refer to a a "pseudo-TLR". While the taking lens can be focused, it is not coupled to the viewing lens.
TLRTower Reflex IIIclassic camera